A woman was arrested Thursday morning for sneaking into Britney Spears' private property in Calabasas and peeping inside the windows of her home, Usmagazine.com confirms.

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The woman, identified as 26-year-old Miranda Tozier-Robbins, was wearing camouflage fatigues and carrying a backpack and video camera when private security noticed her trespassing into the community, which Spears moved into in January.

Tozier-Robbins is likely a fan of Spears, as a woman by the same name has left comments on Britney Spears' official site as recently as April 11.

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Security personnel asked her to leave, but the woman "balked at their requests" and had to be physically escorted off the property, according to the police report.

Sheriffs arrived shortly after and physically escorted her off the property. They then took her to a local station where she was booked on charges of trespassing and disorderly conduct. Bail was set at $5,000, but she was released on a citation.

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Tozier-Robbins -- who resides in the Inglewood, Calif., neighborhood -- will appear in court on June 16.

Spears -- who moved into the $8.9 million Prado De Los Suenos house in The Oaks community in Calabasas -- was not home at the time. The pop star, however, is currently in town for a performance from her Circus tour at L.A.'s Staples Center on Thursday evening.