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'Ok!' Magazine Reveals Britney Spears' Meltdown

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Jul 25, 2007 | 6:38am EDT

Britney Spears' controversial new interview with OK! magazine started 45 minutes late and ended with the pop star storming off after two hours with more than $15,000 of designer clothes and jewelry brought in specifically for the accompanying photo shoot.

Spears also damaged designer clothes, which included an Alisha Levine dress she left with grease stains after wiping the remnants of a fried chicken lunch on it.

Former WENN reporter Ryan Smith oversaw the train-wreck meeting with the fallen pop superstar on July 19, which Spears set up herself in a bid to clear up rumors about her.

After a video shoot in downtown Los Angeles, Spears turned up 45 minutes late for her Hollywood Hills interview with assistant Shannon Funk, a bodyguard, three pals and new pet Yorkshire terrier London in tow.

Smith reports, "The hair and makeup people were ordered out so that Brit's friends could do the job, using the equipment brought in by the pros."

Funk later took over as the pop star's stylist after complaining the designer outfits chosen by OK! weren't sexy enough.

After settling down for the interview in a pink Alisha Levine dress, Spears quickly opted to break for lunch--where she dined on fried chicken and used the dress to wipe her hands.

Spears then donned a Zac Posen gown for the photo shoot portion of the OK! session, but appeared "disorientated" and "erratic" after one of many toilet breaks with Funk.

After a brief photo session, the "Toxic" singer suddenly stormed off, taking the Vera Wang dress she had just changed into and a collection of jewelry and accessories.

Smith concludes his OK! report by stating, "We'd love to have our old Britney back. But what we experienced was a young girl who is in need of help."

OK! editors chose not to use the photographs taken during the shoot for their article, instead just showing pictures of the troubled pop star arriving for the session and leaving, wearing items used for the ill-fated interview.

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