London, Jan 27 : Britney Spears' on-off paparazzo lover Adnan Ghalib has reportedly recorded six deranged video diaries of the troubled pop star and is hoping to sell them for a whopping 1 million pounds.
The British born photog has been filming the 'Toxic' star's bizarre antics following her recent breakdown, and is planning to sell the clips to the highest bidder.
Ghalib believes that he'll net over 1 million pounds by exposing the fallen pop princess.
However, a source who claims to have seen four of the six recordings, revealed that the videos are like something out of a horror movie.
"It's like something out of a horror movie. Britney spends the whole time ranting, raving and weeping. It's not entertainment," News of the World quoted the source, as saying.
"Adnan is just determined to wring as much out of Britney as possible before their relationship burns out.
"But these videos are a step too far. They're sinister and disturbing and show Britney at her very lowest," the source added.
Clip one shows the 26-year-old mother of two sitting on her bed wearing a nightie and talking about herself in the third person as well as rambling about her childhood.
She's heard saying: "When Britney was a child, she had to work really hard. When she was 13 years old, she won all the beauty pageants."
The second clip shows the singer wrapped in a white bath towel, again perched on the edge of the bed. Talking to thin air, mumbling: "Britney has an angel looking out for her, don't you, angel?"
And, clip 3 shows Britney talking to Adnan, who's holding the camera, and calling him by his pet name Bubba.
She smiles: "I'm really happy. Bubba's here for me now. It's all good."
Ghalib, 35, is still withholding clips 4 and 5, but clip 6, which was reportedly filmed last week, shows Britney crying hysterically after a night out.
With mascara running down her face, she wails: "Britney wants to live. I'm not crazy. I miss the kids and I did love Kevin."
"Adnan's sunk lower than ever. He's proved himself to be a manipulative rat by making these tapes and he's convinced they're worth at least 1 million pounds," the source said.