Britney Spears’ ex-husband Jason Alexander previously claimed that Britney Spears’ team forced him to annul his marriage to the pop star. Fans know about their short-lived marriage as well. Jason Alexander, not the Seinfeld actor, also pleaded not guilty after crashing her wedding.

Jason Alexander did the unthinkable as he crashed Britney Spears and Sam Asghari’s wedding. As previously reported, Jason Alexander has been booked for trespassing, vandalism and 2 batteries related to his physical altercations with Britney’s security.

That is not all, as he was also carrying a knife during the wedding. He is also wanted for grand theft. He was also in jail since his arrest. He then accepted a plea deal recently.

According to Hollywood Life, after spending 64 days behind bars in Ventura County Jail, the court ordered Jason to spend an additional 64 days there, for a total of 128 days. Britney Spears personally feels disappointed at the short prison sentence as well.

“After having one of the most difficult weeks of her life, Britney is relieved that Jason was found guilty for what he did on her wedding day. “Britney does not think that Jason’s sentence is long enough for what he did, but she and Sam believe that justice has been served.

She feels safe knowing that Jason is behind bars for now and she believes that the three-year restraining order she was granted against him is sufficient.”

Britney Spears is currently dealing with her other ex-husband Kevin Federline, so Jason Alexander is the last of her worries now. We’ll keep you updated on this ongoing story.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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