Speak now or be silent forever. Britney Spears’ ex-husband Jason Alexander famously crashed the singer’s marriage to Sam Asghari. According to NBC News, the ex-husband showed up unannounced at Spears’ home in California on their wedding day, smashed a door and punched a security guard. He live streamed himself as he walked through the private venue.
“So here’s the inside scoop on the bulls*** wedding,” the singer’s ex-husband said on the live stream while exploring the wedding venue (via People). He filmed himself greeting people and shaking hands. “My name is Jason Alexander,” he said, introducing himself to the workers. “Britney invited me here. She is my first wife, my only wife. I am her first husband. I’m here to crash the wedding.”
Spears “freaked over” about what happened. Alexander was taken away by security forces and convicted of trespassing and battery after the incident. The judge sentenced the “Toxic” singer’s ex-husband to 64 days in prison, according to BBC News. But it seems that Alexander was already wanted for another crime.
Jason Alexander already had a warrant out for his arrest
Entering and crashing into Britney Spears’ wedding wasn’t the only time Jason Alexander got in trouble with the law. The former husband of the “Gimme More” singer already had a grand theft warrant out in Napa County, according to TMZ. The outlet reported that Alexander rented a room in a woman’s home in 2015, and after just “about a month,” she reported that her $2,000 bracelet was missing. The ex-husband admitted stealing it and selling it at a pawn shop for $180. The 2016 case was brought up when police were called during the wedding incident.
“We got a call from Ventura County that he’s in their custody,” the spokesman for the Napa County Sheriff’s Office told E! News after the wedding debacle. “It automatically shows up in their system that he has an active warrant in Napa County … At this point the plan is still to go there and transport him back to Napa County.”
On August 16, Spears’ former husband was arrested in Napa County. Having already served time for crashing the “Circus” singer’s wedding, he faces two felony counts in the 2016 jewelry incident — grand theft and buying or receiving stolen property — per ABC7 News. Alexander is scheduled to be charged on August 17 with $20,000 bail.