Britney Spears ex-husband, Jason Alexander officially pleaded not guilty after attempting to crash the singer’s wedding to Sam Asghari at her residence last month. According to Page Six, Alexander was arraigned via Zoom on the charges in Ventura County Superior Court on Tuesday. Alexander has made an innocent plea on all counts.
As reported by Page Six, Jason pleaded not guilty to charges of one felony of stalking with a previous conviction for domestic violence and three felony felonies, refusing to leave private property, vandalism and battery. Spears and Jason were married for two days in 2004. As for his recent attempt to crash her wedding, Jason was seen doing the same during a live session on Instagram.
During the live session, he was heard calling himself Britney’s first husband. Currently, Alexander is also facing a special charge of raise because he was on probation on an unrelated Tennessee case at the time of his alleged crimes in California, although he has denied the charge of the special charge. The next hearing in Alexander’s case is on August 2.
If convicted, Britney’s ex-husband could face up to five years in prison. on Spears’ wedding day, one of the singer’s guards reported that Alexander tried “several times” to open the singer’s bedroom door on the second floor of the mansion, but was unsuccessful. After his attempt to crash her marriage, Spears was given a restraining order against her ex and reportedly changed her security team as well.