While she's certainly drawn her critics, Britney Spears has a supporter in Hollywood hunk George Clooney.
The Syriana stud told Entertainment Tonight in a recent interview, "You look at the footage of Britney running the red light – there's eight guys with cameras at night in the middle of the street. There are no rules now. It's getting to a point where people that are not involved are getting hurt."
And there's good reason behind the 46-year-old's decision to speak out against the paparazzi, as he almost crashed his motorcycle last week in the Hollywood Hills area as a result on their pestering behavior.
"What they're doing is illegal, it's high speed chases and they're competing with each other. They're not trying to catch me doing something stupid; they're trying to create me doing something stupid. You don't get to break all these laws and then say, 'I'm just doing my job.' The guys that commit all these crimes are rewarded for it. It creates bounty hunters in a way," Clooney tells.
At interview's end, George left one piece of advice, hoping to change his photo-takers' ways: "Take your pictures but don't go 60 mph down a one-way street. Don't cause injury to people who aren't involved."
Enjoy the pictures of George out to eat at Il Cielo last week (November 16).