Ghalib, 37, entered the plea on Friday, stemming from an incident on February 11.
At the time, the paparazzo allegedly drove his car at a man who was attempting to serve him a restraining order obtained by Britney's father, Jaime Spears, which covered his daughter.
Ghalib allegedly drove his car toward the man and then drove away.
According to the Los Angeles District Attorney's Office, two felony counts against Ghalib will be dismissed at his sentencing on November 20 as a result of the plea.
Ghalib could spend up to a year in jail for the offense.
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