Ms Tozier-Robbins was arrested on charges of trespassing in April
A woman found guilty of snooping at Britney Spears Californian home has been sentenced to three years probation and 240 hours of community service.
Miranda Tozier-Robbins was arrested in April after police in Calabasas found her wearing camouflage, carrying camera equipment and peering into windows.
She claimed to be working on a documentary about paparazzi tactics.
LA court spokeswoman Patricia Kelly said Tozier-Robbins had been ordered to stay away from Spears and her home.
The singer was not in her house at the time Tozier-Robbins was arrested.