A woman claims that he stole expensive jewelry from her back in 2015. On Tuesday, September 13, Alexander was due to appear before a judge in Napa County… but he never showed up and is now wanted by police.
Britney Spears’ Ex-Husband Wanted By Police After Missing Court Date For Felony Charges
As reported by TMZ, Jason Alexander is facing two felony charges of grand theft along with buying and receiving stolen property. A woman claims he stole expensive jewelry from her in 2015 and filed charges against Britney’s former friend and husband.
Although a court date was set for Tuesday, September 13, in Napa County, Alexander never showed up. A court clerk told the outlet that he never showed up, which prompted the police to issue a warrant for his arrest. It’s unclear why Alexander never made it to the hearing, but law enforcement officials are currently investigating the case.
Although Alexander tried to avoid the 2015 felony charges against him, he was arrested in June when he tried to crash Britney’s wedding at her home. When he was arrested by law enforcement officials who arrived on the scene – and stayed on the scene to make sure Britney’s wedding went off without a hitch – they also found that he already had a warrant out for his arrest due to the felony burglary charges.
Alexander was extradited to face the charges after a 60-day jail sentence but was then freed and told to return to court on Tuesday for the hearing, which he missed.
Jason Alexander Found Guilty Of Battery And Trespass After Wedding Break-In
As The Blast previously reported, a California court found Jason Alexander guilty of battery and trespassing after he tried to interrupt Britney Spears’ wedding to Sam Asghari. Alexander had pled no contest to the charges against him and a judge found him guilty.
According to a press release from the District Attorney’s office, the court had issued a criminal protective order against Alexander on behalf of Britney and her security team, even though his public defender argued that he was only trying to check on her and make sure she was okay, and not hurt her.
In addition to the protective order, Alexander was also ordered to spend 128 days in county jail. That being said, her ex-husband never actually spent any time behind bars due to his previous 64-day jail sentence. He was credited that time and had been released on good behavior.
Jason Alexander Arrested After Crashing Britney Spears’ Wedding… And Live-Streaming It!
Britney Spears’ ex-husband Jason Alexander breaks into her home and crashes her wedding on Instagram Live:
“Where’s Britney? I’m here to crash the wedding.” pic.twitter.com/rgTjE0mmVe
— Pop Crave (@PopCrave) June 9, 2022
On June 9, Britney Spears’ ex-husband Jason Alexander broke into her home and live-streamed the whole event on Instagram. Although he was stopped by security at the gate and actually told them that he planned to “crash the wedding,” he somehow made it inside her residence and was only stopped by Britney’s locked bedroom door.
In a video shared by Pop Crave, Alexander can be heard saying, “So, here’s the inside scoop, guys, of the bull— wedding. Jason Alexander, what’s up? My name’s Jason Alexander. Britney invited me here. Britney Spears invited me here. She’s my first wife, my only wife. I’m her first husband. I’m here to crash the wedding.”
Britney’s longtime assistant, Vicky T., shared an update on her Instagram page and let concerned fans know that Britney was all right and that the wedding would proceed as planned.
A few days after the wedding, Britney’s attorney, Mathew Rosengart, revealed that a judge had granted Britney restraining order and said that Alexander was being detained at a county jail. On June 27, Alexander was charged with misdemeanor counts of trespassing, vandalism, battery, a stalking felony, and refusal to leave private property.
Britney Spears was married to Jason Alexander for only 55 hours in January 2004. She eloped with her childhood friend at the Little White Wedding Chapel in Los Angeles, but their families quickly ended the marriage after they found out what had occurred.