Britney Spears has been granted a restraining order in opposition to her ex-husband, Jason Alexander, after he broke into her house Thursday throughout her wedding ceremony to her longtime companion Sam Asghari.
“I thank the Ventura County Sheriff’s Workplace for his or her good work,” Spears’ lawyer Mathew Rosengart mentioned in a press assertion (by way of Billboard). “This was an outrageous and disgraceful safety breach and I hope regulation enforcement does every thing attainable to make sure Mr. Alexander is absolutely and vigorously prosecuted and convicted for his prison actions.”
Rosengart additionally famous that an Emergency Protecting Order, which expire after 5 to seven calendar days, had been put in place. EPOs perform like restraining orders, however may be implement far more rapidly, making them helpful for pressing instances.
Spears married Alexander, a childhood buddy, throughout a 2004 Las Vegas ceremony. The wedding was annulled after solely 55 hours. In response to TMZ, Alexander started an Instagram livestream on Thursday shortly earlier than making an attempt to crash Spears’ wedding ceremony to Asghari. The Ventura County Sheriff’s Division was dispatched to the pop star’s house after Alexander confronted her safety, leading to a bodily altercation.
Alexander has been charged with trespassing, vandalism, and two counts of battery; police reported that he was armed with a knife on the time of his arrest. Upon being taken into custody, Alexander was additionally discovered to have an excellent felony warrant for larceny. Spears — whose conservatorship was efficiently terminated final November — and her new husband have but to touch upon the incident.