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Some Justice for Britney, Paparazzi Arrested

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Video grab image from TMZ. Watch a video of the incident over there.

Some of the most annoying and disgusting people in Los Angeles are the cut-throat paparazzi. There is a special circle in hell reserved for them.

Last night around 11:20 p.m., Britney Spears was driving in Mission Hills in the Valley. LAPD Mission Division officers on routine patrol observed several vehicles traveling at a high rate of speed and making dangerous lane changes near Woodman and Plummer. Eight vehicles were pulled over and four photographers were arrested, according to Officer Harding of the LAPD in a telephone interview. The paparazzi were released on $5,000 bail.

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Way to go LAPD. Thank you.

According to TMZ, Britney was also pulled over and she told the police one of the cars "may have tried to 'run her off the road.'" She couldn't identify the car, no arrest was made to that specific claim.