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Britney Gets Hot and Heavy With Jason Trawick in 'Criminal' Video

October 18, 2011 (6:20 am) GMT
Britney Spears finds love in a criminal, but she embraces his dangerous life as a 'villain of the devil's law' pretty well.
Britney Gets Hot and Heavy With Jason Trawick in 'Criminal' Video

has finally premiered a music video for her latest single "Criminal". In it, she dumps her rude boyfriend for a criminal played by her real-life love Jason Trawick. She kicks the douche guy in the balls before leaving with her knight in shining armor.

Sparks instantly fly drawing Britney and Jason to a number of steamy love scenes including a hot-and-heavy one in the shower. Not only does she become a passionate partner in bed, but the southern belle also turns into an excellent sidekick in his crime spree.

Britney filmed the clip in the Hackney borough which was wounded during the riot over the summer. She's criticized for carrying a gun during the video shoot. "It's images like this, with popstars glamorizing gangs, which means that some young people... get drawn in," a member of London's Hackney Council said.

In response to the protest, Britney issued a defensive statement insisting that she didn't mean to offend anyone. "The video is a fantasy story featuring Britney's boyfriend, Jason Trawick, which literally plays out the lyrics of a song written three years before the riots ever happened," a representative for her explained.

Britney Spears' "Criminal" music video

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