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Britney Spears’ Controversial New Music Video (VIDEO)

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Britney Spears is being criticized for her actions in her music video ‘Criminal’. The video was filmed in Britain and it features her and real life boyfriend Jason Trawick doing a Bonnie and Clyde style crime spree. It shows Britney running out of the local Town Hall holding a gun and the officials think that’s insensitive in the wake of the London riots that just happened last month. The council thinks that Britney should apologize for the ‘rudeness and damage she’s done to the community’ and make a sizable donation to a local charity.

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