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Brit Could Be Involuntary Commitment Candidate

1/31/2008 10:16 PM PST BY TMZ STAFF

Sources at UCLA Medical Center tell TMZ Britney Spears has been classified as "G.D." -- Gravely Disabled. That is a huge and dangerous deal. That means the patient is unable to take care of basic needs, such as the acquisition of food, clothing or shelter. Being G.D. is one of the criteria for involuntary commitment.

Several health care professionals tell us Britney has fallen into a "manic state" due to her bipolar disorder. We're also told she arrived at the hospital this morning at around 2:15 AM, but wasn't admitted until 4:15 AM because she was causing such a scene in the hospital.

We first reported that Britney accused her mother of sleeping with her boyfriend. Now we have more. We're told Britney screamed, "The only reason she's admitting me is because she wants to be alone with her boyfriend! She wants to sleep with my boyfriend!!" Britney never said exactly who she was talking about.

When Brit calmed down, she talked about her kids, how much she misses them and how it's unfair that she doesn't have them.

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Attractive?    

This is so sad. What happened to this young lady?

2372 days ago
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Felonious Monk    

the correct terminology is "GRAVELY disabled."

TMZ, doing its part to hire the mentally handicapped.

2372 days ago
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She looks like hell    

Anyone who works in the health field including a nursing aide (someone who changes bedpans for example) can be called a health professional. YOU HAVE NO IDEA IF SHE HAS BIPOLAR DISORDER. STOP TRYING TO DIAGNOSE HER YOU MORONS. What idiots you all are.

2372 days ago
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Lisa    

yes this is very hard to believe since there is a law thats called patient privacy rights..I really doubt they would just come and and tell TMZ Britneys condtion..your starting to sound like the national inquirer now full of B.S.

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