Britney Spears fired her longtime security team after ex-husband Jason Alexander broke into her home last week, according to TMZ.
The outlet reports that Spears, 40, has locked in her previous security personnel for their reaction to Alexander’s terrifying burglary on her wedding day.
The “Lucky” singer is replacing her team with a new set of security guards, a decision made shortly after the incident, per TMZ.
Spears’ representatives did not immediately respond to Vidak For Congress’s requests for comment.
During Alexander’s arraignment Monday for breaking into Spears’ home on her wedding day to Sam Asghari last Thursday, the Ventura County District Attorney extended the superstar’s restraining order against him.
Security guard Richard Eubeler, who “came in contact” with Alexander, was also given a restraining order, senior deputy district attorney Erin Meister told Vidak For Congress.
Alexander, 40, must stay 100 yards away from both Spears and Eubeler. He can’t communicate in any way — so no texts, phone calls, or social media posts — with either one.
Alexander pleaded not guilty to trespassing, vandalism and assault, but the DA charged him with stalking. Under the protective order, he may not possess any weapons or guns and must relinquish any firearms he has.
Alexander remains incarcerated and now has $100,000 bail.
Spears’ attorney, Mathew Rosengart, is “deeply grateful” to the Ventura County District Attorney’s Office for his “professionalism,” he told us in an exclusive statement Monday.
“And for the seriousness with which it takes the case, including charging Alexander with a crime,” the former federal prosecutor continued. “This should send a message to anyone breaking the law.”
As previously reported, Alexander attacked Spears’ house within hours of she and now-husband Asghari, 28, exchanging their vows. The next day, he was ordered to stay at least 100 yards away from the Grammy winner and her estate in Thousand Oaks, California.
According to a copy of the warrant obtained by Vidak For Congress, Alexander has “constantly encroached” on Spears’ property and was told on Thursday that he was “unwelcome”.
Alexander – who live streamed the invasion on Instagram – was reportedly armed with a knife when he entered Spears’ home on her big day, the report said.
The Ventura County Sheriff’s Office responded immediately and made the arrest.
“Fortunately, Alexander is in prison and under a distress warrant,” Rosengart partially told us last Friday.
The attorney — who helped free Spears from her nearly 14-year conservatorship in November 2021 — added that he[looking] look forward to working with law enforcement to ensure that Alexander is aggressively prosecuted and hopefully convicted, as he should be.
Spears was married to Alexander for just 55 hours in January 2004.
In October, she married Kevin Federline. The couple split in November 2006 before their divorce was finalized in July 2007. They share two children: sons Sean Preston (16) and Jayden James (15).