Stolen clothes, bizarre behavior on set

The New York Post posted the following about Britney Spears's nightmare photoshoot and interview with OK! mag:

"After wiping her fried chicken-grease-covered hands on a $274 dress and picking up her puppy's poop with a $6,700 Zac Posen gown, Britney Spears shocked OK! magazine staffers at her photo shoot last Thursday by storming out with thousands of dollars worth of merchandise. Spears allegedly fled the shoot wearing $12,861 worth of jewelry, a $974 Vera Wang dress, $380 Lanvin heels and a $281 Pucci scarf. When the clothes she ruined are added, the total comes to $21,267. The pop-tard "wander[ed] around babbling like a baby" as well as "fondling her breasts...as if not aware she's not alone," according to a post on LaineyGossip.com. OK! says in the issue hitting stands today it's exposing the "dark side of fame" that Spears revealed at the shoot, where her behavior became increasingly erratic. The issue includes an unflattering picture of her leaving the set. Spears "promptly banished everyone except the hair/makeup team to another floor in the house," according to OK! "Then, even the hair and makeup people were ordered out so that Brit's friends could do the job, using the equipment brought in by the pros... The wardrobe crew was informed that the high-end selection of clothing just wasn't sexy. The items weren't short enough or tight enough." Following a brief interview - after which Spears broke for lunch and rubbed grease from her fried chicken on the front of her dress - she "used the restroom repeatedly without bothering to close the door," OK! reports, adding that her "new Yorkie puppy followed suit by pooping on a $6,700 Zac Posen gown." Earlier this week, Spears was captured on camera swearing at paparazzi while her two boys, Jayden James and Sean Preston, sat crying in the back seat. According to insiders, Spears was asking for $1 million as well as control of photographs and editorial content. But since the shoot was canceled, OK! paid her nothing. Reps for the magazine had no comment on the terms of the deal.

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