Britney Spears’ Ex To Face Trial For Felony Stalking After Crashing Her Wedding

Britney Spears‘ ex-husband, Jason Alexander will face trial after crashing her wedding site while streaming live on Instagram. The childhood friends were married for just three days back in 2004.

This week, a California judge ruled that there was enough evidence surrounding his felony stalking charge to warrant a trial.

Earlier this month, Alexander made his way into her home and tried to gain access to the bedroom she was in. According to a guard, who’s since been fired, the door was locked.

The security guard also testified that Alexander had attempted to gain access to the house and property multiple times leading up to the June 9 nuptials, including the day before, despite being told to stay away.

Police say that on the day of the wedding, Anderson was armed with a knife and was demanding to see Spears.

An attorney for Alexander entered pleas of not guilty for all charges, including the felony stalking charge, as well as vandalism, trespassing, and battery.

Alexander remains in custody with bail set at $100,000.

TL;DR:

  • Britney Spears‘ ex-husband, Jason Alexander will face trial after he crashed her wedding site while streaming live on Instagram.
  • Police say he was armed with a knife and was demanding to see Spears.
  • Alexander remains in custody with bail set at $100,000.