January 7, 2003

The following item was published in today's edition of the New York Post:

If pop tart Britney Spears insists on popping out of her clothes, she can hardly fault her fans for causing a commotion. Cruising around Los Angeles in her brand-new $150,000 Mercedes SL-600 convertible on Sunday, Spears and a gaggle of galpals stopped into Jerry's Deli on Melrose Avenue for refreshments. But when she got back in her car, a throng gathered around it and cops had to break up the traffic jam. The night before, the naughty nymphet hung out with "XXX" star Vin Diesel at the Polo Lounge after a hard day's "recording session" with LIMP BIZKIT bad boy Fred Durst. Meanwhile, Spears is in talks to play a modern-day Sherlock Holmes in a new flick. Maybe she can trade in that newsboy cap for Sherlock's deerstalker.

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