Britney Spears’ Ex-Husband Jason Alexander Pleads Not Guilty To Charges After Gatecrashing Her Wedding
Britney, for her part, was getting ready for her big day when Jason decided to livestream and gatecrashed her residence where the wedding preparations were taking place.
And yet, Jason has denied any culpability on all the claims being directed against him including stalking, trespassing, not leaving the property, battery and vandalism. As of now, Jason is expected to remain behind bars as the bail is at $100,000.
With that being said, the next hearing should take place on Tuesday, 2nd August 2022. And if Jason does end up being found guilty, he could face up to 5 years in jail. Regardless of whether Jason manages to escape the charges, one thing for sure is that his public reputation has been damaged.
This is irrespective of the fact that his marriage to Britney had only lasted for 2 days. And as Britney has gathered a huge source of support ever since she came through her conservatorship victory, Jason’s standing in the public eye has only diminished due to his actions.
And this was reflected in the comments that followed on social media. A significant proportion of people demanded that Jason be held accountable for his actions. And in the process of doing so, they demanded that he be given the most appropriate punishment to ward off any future type of similar conduct.
One person wrote: “The man has literally threatened bodily harm when it comes to Sam and said he was going to bust in and ‘take’ Britney. He had a knife on him. She was in danger and so was Sam.”
While another person stated: “There’s literal self video recorded footage of his actions, he’s guilty as hell.” Time will tell how it all plays out going forward. So there you have it folks. What did you think about this? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.
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