June 22, 2011 10:57

Britney Spears attacks paparazzi in new video 'I Wanna Go'

Singer also flashes policeman and swears at journalists

Britney Spears attacks paparazzi in new video 'I Wanna Go'
Britney Spears is shown attacking the paparazzi in the video for her new single, 'I Wanna Go'.

The Chris Marrs Piliero-directed clip shows the singer attacking photographers with her microphone lead. We also see the troubled pop singer flashing a policeman and swearing at journalists during a press conference.

To see the clip, scroll down below.


A source told HollywoodLife that the video was "very personality and action driven". They added: "It seems like Britney is hung up on the press, which is ironic because for the most part they seem to be leaving her alone."

This isn't the first time Spears has come to blows with the press in her music videos. 'Overprotected' and 'Everytime' also feature a similar theme.

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