Britney Spears, struggling after losing the custody over her son, has run over a photographer's foot with her car.
According to celebrity Web site Hollywood.TV, Spears was driving out of a Beverly Hills medical-building parking structure Thursday afternoon, when the incident happened.
Messages left late Thursday with Spears' attorney were not immediately returned. A police dispatcher in Beverly Hills said late Thursday no police report had been filed.
Video on the Web site shows elements of the incident, though not the tire actually rolling over the cameraman's foot.
The video shows Spears beginning to pull out of the structure when her car is surrounded by over a dozen celebrity photographers. The car comes to a stop.
Spears honks and the car lurches forward a few feet - when the photographer is apparently hit.
Shouting is heard, and the camera jerks around as fellow photographers apparently help a man up.
Spears drives off. Second later, video shows what appears to be a tire mark on the unidentified paparazzo's sock. The man, wearing sandals with white socks, doesn't respond to questions from the cameraman but instead walks off without any apparent problems.
Earlier Thursday Spears learned she cannot even visit her young sons, who are in the custody of ex-husband Kevin Federline, until she complies with a court order, Superior Court Commissioner Scott Gordon ruled.
Spears' apparent accident is not the first time she has had trouble behind the wheel. She already faces hit-and-run charges and driving without a valid license from an Aug. 6 wreck.
In that incident, Paparazzi filmed Spears steering her car into another vehicle as she tried to turn into a spot in a Studio City parking lot. The video showed her walking away after assessing the damage to her own car.
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