Britney Spears stopped by cops for a second time in 2 months ahead of bombshell book release

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Britney Spears stopped by cops for a second time in 2 months ahead of bombshell book release

Britney Spears has racked up another traffic offense ahead of the release of her highly anticipated memoir. Page Six ca

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Britney Spears has racked up another traffic offense ahead of the release of her highly anticipated memoir.

Page Six can confirm that the pop star was pulled over earlier this month by California Highway Patrol for making an improper turn.

The “Stronger” singer was slapped with a $327 fine for crossing over double lines, per court records obtained by TMZ.

Her reps did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment.

The “Toxic” hitmaker, 41, was previously issued two separate violations on Sept. 10 for driving without possession of a license and failing to provide proof of insurance.

As a result, she had to pay $1,140 in fines.

According to court records, the “Lucky” singer was ticketed for making an improper turn.
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Spears’ attorney, Mathew Rosengart, exclusively told Page Six at the time: “Britney at all times had a license and insurance; this is the functional equivalent of a parking ticket.”


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A source also confirmed to us that the “Lucky” songstress “had and has insurance and a license.”

According to the court records, Spears had an “appearance” and “due date” set for Tuesday — the same day her memoir, “The Woman in Me,” hits stores.

Spears was charged a fine of $327 as a result.
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However, an insider told Page Six that she was not required to appear in court and her outstanding balance could be paid online.

The music icon only regained her freedom behind the wheel in 2021, just months before her controversial conservatorship was terminated.

In her forthcoming tell-all book — which has already hit No. 1 on Amazon’s bestsellers list — the singer reveals why she “went along” with the conservatorship.

The pop star’s latest driving offense came ahead of the release of her highly anticipated memoir, “The Woman in Me.”
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“I did it for my kids,” Spears writes, per an excerpt obtained by CBS News.

The Grammy winner, who shares sons Sean Preston and Jayden with ex-husband Kevin Federline, temporarily lost custody of her children in 2008 following a series of public mental breakdowns.

“Because I played by the rules, I was reunited with my boys,” she adds.

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