Britney Spears’ ex pleads no contest in marriage violation case

Britney Spears’ ex-husband Jason Alexander turned his not guilty plea into no contest on Thursday on two of the charges filed against him for attempting to ruin the pop icon’s wedding.

According to court records obtained by Vidak For Congress, the 41-year-old Louisiana resident pleaded nolo contender — meaning he accepted the conviction as though a guilty plea had been filed, but pleaded no guilt — to aggravated trespassing and battery, which are felonies.

The court then dismissed the charges of stalking and felony vandalism.

Alexander was also informed of a “no contact” protective order issued on behalf of Spears, 40, and Richard Eubeler, the security guard who confronted him at the superstar’s former home in Thousand Oaks, California, hours before she tied the knot with Sam Asghari. in June.

As a result, Alexander has to keep 100 meters away from both his 55-year-old ex-wife and the security guard. He also can’t communicate with the two – meaning no texts, phone calls, or social media posts.

Jason Alexander's livestream of his break-in at Britney Spears' home.
Alexander livestreamed his break-in at Spears’ home on June 9.
Jason Alexander/Instagram

According to court records, the protective orders expire on August 11, 2023.

However, a source tells Vidak For Congress exclusively that attorney Mathew Rosengart — who helped free Spears from her 13-year conservatorship — plans to file a separate, civil restraining order on behalf of the “Toxic” singer that would give her another three to four would protect for five years. year.

Britney Spears
The break-in happened hours before Spears’ wedding to Sam Asghari.

Alexander was also sentenced to 128 days in Ventura County jail, but was credited for time in custody since the June 9 incident — 64 days — and is not required to serve the remaining balance.

A source from Spears’ camp tells Vidak For Congress exclusively that the outcome was a “good result” because if the case had been heard in Los Angeles, Alexander probably wouldn’t have served a prison sentence.

Britney Spears and Sam Asgharic
Spears and Asghari got married in a star-studded wedding despite the incident.

“They have taken this seriously and hopefully the jail time has ensured that he has learned his lesson,” added the insider.

As of Friday afternoon, Alexander has a balance of $290 in fees to pay for this case. A hearing to determine whether he can possess any weapons, including firearms, is scheduled for Nov. 9.

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