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It's Adnan against the music.
Britney's Spears' ex-beau Adnan Ghalib voluntarily turned himself in at the Van Nuys, Calif., courthouse this morning to face felony charges for allegedly ramming his car into a process server who was trying to serve the paparazzo with a restraining order on behalf of the pop princess' family.
Ghalib, 36, pleaded not guilty to one count each of assault with a deadly weapon, battery and hit-and-run for the alleged Feb. 11 incident, according to district attorney spokeswoman Jane Robison. He was booked into the Van Nuys jail and released around 11:45 a.m. PT without having to post bail.
No word yet on a court date. If convicted he could face up to seven years in jail.
Meanwhile, a few miles away in downtown Los Angeles, another judge agreed to extend the temporary restraining order against Ghalib, Spears' former manager Osama "Sam" Lutfi and attorney Jon Eardley.