The "Toxic" singer was seemingly leaving her kids (and undergarments) at home, while she was busy roaming around Hollywood and causing choas. In one instance in early 2008, Spears allegedly left her white Mercedes in the middle of the road when she got a flat tire. "It was blocking the roadway," one officer from the Los Angeles Police Department told People. A few months later, Spears was accused of causing a three-car pile-up on the Ventura Freeway in Los Angeles when she rear-ended a vehicle, which in turn, hit the car in front of it. "Britney just appeared to lose concentration," a bystander reportedly told Contact Music. Spears also has been charged with a hit and run, driving without a valid license, and was under fire as well for running over a paparazzo's foot, driving with her baby on her lap, and later, wrongly installing a car seat. She was eventually banned from driving with her sons in the car, The Daily Mail reported. Spears' driving debacles gave new meaning to her debut track, "(Hit Me) Baby One More Time."