Jason Alexander found guilty of trespass and battery after crashing Britney Spears’ wedding to Sam Asghari | English Movie News
According to the court’s online report, Alexander was sentenced to credit for time served after serving 64 days in prison since his arrest in June.
He has also been issued a criminal protection order banning him from being within 100 meters of both Britney and her security guards, who intercepted him and attempted to remove him from the property. of the singer.
“We are very happy with the outcome,” said Erin Meister, deputy DA supervisor who prosecuted the case.
“The defendant claimed responsibility for what he did on June 9th – he ended up serving two months in prison – and the priority of the victims was the order of protection,” Meister said in a statement by USAToday. .
Alexander was arrested at Spears’ residence on June 9 after he appeared uninvited. He reportedly broke a door and banged a security guard while being removed from the singer’s property.
Not long after the incident, Spears and Asghari were issued restraining orders against Alexander.
Security officials have stated that Alexander was armed with a knife at the wedding ceremony.
A California judge found that there was enough evidence against Alexander to go to trial on a stalking charge. After a two-hour preliminary hearing, Judge David Worley of Ventura County ruled that the 40-year-old should be held to answer on this charge, along with misdemeanors such as trespassing. , vandalism and battery usage.
Jason and Britney were childhood friends and were married in 2004 for 55 hours, after which the marriage halted.