Los Angeles (AP) Britney Spears showed up at the county courthouse in Los Angeles for a custody hearing today, but there were no screaming fans, no signs or banners, no frenzied chase into the parking garage.
Dozens of photographers, reporters, sheriff's deputies and prospective jurors saw her arrive as a front seat passenger in a white Land Rover. Then she disappeared into the garage.
It's been three months since spears slipped away from a psychiatric ward and stirred up a paparazzi car chase, a scene that looked like the beginning of even more erratic behavior for the troubled pop star.
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