Jason Alexander pleads innocent after Britney Spears’ wedding crash

Britney Spears’ ex-husband Jason Alexander has officially made a not-guilty plea after attempting to crash the pop star’s wedding last month, Vidak For Congress has learned.

Erin Meister, Ventura County’s senior deputy district attorney, tells us that Alexander, 41, was arraigned Tuesday on the charges in Ventura County Superior Court, where he emerged from prison via Zoom.

He entered a not-guilty plea on all counts, including one count of stalking with a previous domestic violence conviction and three felony counts of aggravated trespassing, refusing to leave private property, vandalism and battery.

Spears’ childhood friend – who was married to the singer for two days in 2004 – is also facing special charges because he was on probation on an unrelated Tennessee case at the time of his alleged crimes in California.

He denied the charge of special charges during Tuesday’s arraignment.

Alexander’s next hearing is a pre-trial conference scheduled for August 2.

He will remain in prison in lieu of a $100,000 bail and could face up to five years in prison if convicted.

Jason Alexander appears via Zoom at Ventura County Superior Court
Jason Alexander pleaded innocent after attempting to crash Britney Spears’ wedding.
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In the hours leading up to Spears and Sam Asghari’s June 9 wedding at her property in Thousand Oaks, California, Alexander bypassed security and allegedly broke into the home while live-streaming himself via Instagram.

According to one of Spears’ guards, Alexander tried “several times” to open the singer’s bedroom door on the second floor of the mansion, but was unsuccessful.

The Ventura County Sheriff’s Department eventually responded to the alleged break-in and arrested Alexander, confiscating a box cutter and other items from his possession.

Britney Spears and Sam Asghari pose for photos at the Los Angeles premiere of "Once upon a time in Hollywood"
Spears married Sam Asghari at her California home on June 9.
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At the June 27 preliminary hearing, Alexander’s public defender argued that the offense of stalking his client should be reduced to a felony because there was insufficient evidence that he was there to harm Spears.

The judge disagreed and confirmed the charges before ruling that Alexander would remain behind bars.

Shortly after the ordeal, Spears, 40, was given a restraining order against her ex and fired her security team.

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