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Britney Jets To Mel's Costa Rican Ranch For A Little R&R

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We all know Britney Spears has not experienced the best of times lately, so perhaps a little vacation right now is exactly what she needs.

Taking the advice of her friend Mel Gibson (the two used to live in the same Malibu community), Britney and her Dad are joining him and his wife for a little down-time on his new $24 million ranch in Costa Rica. As reported earlier, Gibson — facing his own issues — sold off properties in Malibu and Connecticut earlier last year to purchase the 403-acre property. It’s as pretty much close to a natural paradise as one can find these days with minimal tourism and wooded, mountainous landscape bordered by beautiful beaches.

While no green details of Gibson’s new home have emerged, having someone simply own the property who is a committed conservationist and investor in sustainable technologies is good enough for us. We hope all enjoy their time — and Britney, please just chill out girl. LA can wait.

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