Britney Spears‘ ex-husband Jason Alexander was reportedly one of the men apart of the mob as the Capitol was damaged.
According to reports, Jason was present for the attempted coup in Washington D.C. earlier this week. A photo is making the rounds showing a man that looks like Jason posing in front of a Trump crowd while wearing a beanie with 45 stitched on it.
Jason, who is known for his 55-hour Vegas wedding to Britney in 2004, was first called out by an alleged family member who identified him on social media.
An alleged screenshot of a Facebook comment written by Jason’s relative is being spread around Twitter. It read, “YUP. I’m also processing the fact that dumbass cousins (who also married Britney Spears for 55 hours) is on Capitol Hill. I’m really related to a domestic terrorist.”
Many Britney fans wanted her to be left out of Jason’s antics. One said, “Britney has it hard enough right now lol leave her out of this ?.” Another sarcastically remarked, “Did Britney break a mirror or something cause ffs she can’t catch a break.”
Before the attack on the Capitol, Jason recently attended a #FreeBritney event held outside the Los Angeles Superior Court in August. He reportedly traveled from Nashville to LA to speak out against the court-ordered conservatorship.
He spoke to reporters about showing up to the rally for supporters of the movement who think Britney should be let out of her 12-year long conservatorship.
Jason told Us Weekly, “I’m here to show support for the #FreeBritney movement and Britney.”
He claimed to have spoken to Britney the day before the hearing.
He added, “This is an unfortunate situation that’s been in her life for a long time. It’s affected me and her, and that makes me part of it. I’ve been quiet for 10 years, and I feel [like] what a good time to come forward now with the movement making noise and the conservatorship hearings going on.”
Britney is also asking the court to have over $300,000 spent by her father on management fees be returned to her estate. She believes the money spent was excessive and unnecessary.
The judge shut down Britney’s first motion to ax her father but is allowing the singer to continue on with her fight for removal.