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Britney Not in New York, Not the "Cloverfield" Monster

January 10, 2008 11:17 AM ET

After all her worried family members descended from Louisiana to L.A., pleading with Britney Spears to get help, the troubled pop star did what any sensible person would do: She ducked out of sight and flew to New York City. In a move that seemed to confirm message board speculation that she is in fact the Big Apple-attacking Cloverfield monster, Spears and her paparazzi friend Adnan Ghalib flew from Van Nuys airport to Teterboro airport in New Jersey at

Stop the presses! Updated reports are insisting that Britney DID NOT fly to New York and instead drove down to Mexico. Brit and Adnan were caught on film by Mexican paparazzi south of the border earlier this morning. The escape to Mexico was the end result of an elaborate ruse orchestrated by Britney and her "people" in which they convinced everyone that they were coming to New York. No word on what her Mexican agenda is, but it's doubtful she's meeting with the president to encourage aid to Africa.

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