Britney Spears’ ex Jason Alexander arrested at her wedding

Britney Spears’ ex-husband Jason Alexander was arrested in Thousand Oaks on Thursday afternoon after reportedly trespassing at their wedding.

MPs were called around 2pm to a report of an intruder at a house in Block 2300 of White Stallion Road, Captain Cameron Henderson said.

At the scene, the deputies met Alexander, who was eventually arrested on a pending warrant in another county, Henderson said. Nobody was injured in the encounter.

The captain said he didn’t know what the warrant was for or what district it was from. MPs were still investigating the unauthorized part of the call late Thursday afternoon, he said.

Henderson didn’t connect Alexander’s arrest to Spears’ wedding, which was first reported by TMZ.

Spears married personal trainer Sam Asghari, her partner of about six years, on Thursday.

The ceremony was attended by about 100 guests, including Spears’ older brother, Bryan. The singer’s estranged mother, father and sister, Jamie Lynn, were not present, according to TMZ. The arrest was made on a block where Spears has a home.

The wedding comes less than a year after a Los Angeles judge cleared Spears of her longtime conservatorship, during which she was reportedly told she could not marry Asghari or have children with her. The couple became engaged in September and the conservatory officially ended in November.

She married a childhood friend, Alexander, in 2004, but the marriage was annulled 55 hours later.

https://www.latimes.com/california/story/2022-06-09/britney-spears-ex-husband-jason-alexander-arrested-while-allegedly-trespassing-at-her-wedding Britney Spears’ ex Jason Alexander arrested at her wedding

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