Britney Spears, according to Us Weekly, tried on underwear in porn shop Hustler Store on November 18th and then took away a wig on her way out of the store.
Her antics just keeps going on. Never to shy away from bad publication, Britney Spears has again become major media headlines with her being labeled as a shoplifter. With her on-going custody battle makes the gossip pages everyday, the troubled singer is now reported to have tried on underwear in a porn shop and stole a wig.
The latest report from Us Weekly stated that Britney was spotted paying a visit to the X-rated Hustler Store in West Hollywood shortly before 1 a.m. back on November 18th. Inside the store, she loaded up on naughty underwear and wanted to try them on in a fitting room.
Being told by the store employees that they don't allow people to try on underwear, Britney according to a source in the know "was really upset [and] looked out of it. There was nothing going on behind her eyes."
She, however, then proceeded to take off her own underwear before trying on a pair of boyshorts in the middle of the store while the 15 other customers looked on. "The employees kept saying 'Don't change out here!' She's just like, Well, I couldn't take them in the fitting room!," the source revealed further.
The eyewitness, to make Britney's antics even more interesting, went on saying that when "The staff told her she had to pay, and she rolled her eyes, but paid with a credit card." And as payback, on her way out of the store, the reluctant paparazzi magnet snatched the wig off the head of a mannequin. She stole it.
No words from Britney's camp regarding this, maybe they're still busy slamming on her pregnancy report brought to public notice by In Touch Weekly. The publication said she's four months pregnant with music producer JR Rotem's baby. However, BFF Sam Lutfi debunked this rumor in a text message to Ryan Seacrest's KIIS-FM radio show, claimed the rumor as "BS" adding that "Don't know who made it up. J.R. doesn't even know whats up. It's fake. Completely fake."