Oops ... did she do it again?
The LAPD is conducting an investigation into a traffic mishap last Friday, when Britney Spears allegedly ran over an L.A. County Sheriff deputy's foot, law enforcement sources told TMZ.
The "traffic collision complaint" was filed by the Sheriff's Department and the LAPD is conducting an "active investigation." It's also looking at the possibility of a hit-and-run, TMZ reported.
An officer on duty at the Stanley Mosk Courthouse in L.A. was trying to help Spears leave her custody hearing on Oct. 26 when the singer allegedly rolled over her foot.
The officer was one of the people helping Spears maneuver through a crowd of photographers as she pulled out of the garage.
In the video posted on TMZ.com that day, you can hear an officer yelling at Spears to "Make a left, make a LEFT!" — but she went right.
The victim has no broken bones but is hobbling around the courthouse on crutches and has been reassigned to light duty, sources told TMZ. Just a week earlier, Spears ran over the foot of a TMZ photographer in Beverly Hills.