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Jason Alexander pleads not guilty to four counts after crashing ex-wife Britney Spears’ wedding

Britney Spears’ ex-husband, Jason Alexander, pleaded not guilty to four counts today as he was arraigned in a Ventura, California court on charges of trying to crash the pop idol’s wedding last week while armed with a knife.

Dressed in a blue prison jumpsuit over an orange T-shirt, Alexander, 40, who has been in jail since his June 9 arrest, denied one felony count of stalking, one assault, one felony vandalism and one count. trespassing and refusal to exit $7.4 from Spears. million dollars in Thousand Oaks where she married her fiancé Sam Asghari that day.

Despite his intrusion, the wedding went off without a hitch. But the next day, June 10, the newlyweds were granted a temporary restraining order against Alexander, forcing him to stay at least 100 yards away from them or their home.

At today’s 15-minute hearing, Ventura County Superior Court Judge Catherine Voelker set bail at $100,000 and ordered Alexander to appear again on Wednesday for a “pre-trial risk assessment.”

The judge told Alexander, who appeared in court via video link from the local jail, that if he could raise the $100,000 bail due to felony stalking, he would not be allowed to “contact, harass, harass “to Britney and to Britney. her new husband, and not come within 100 yards of them for three years.

Spears married her childhood friend Alexander in Las Vegas in January 2004. The marriage was annulled 55 hours later, with Spears’ attorneys saying the singer “didn’t understand her action.”

Spears was previously married from 2004 to 2007 to Kevin Federline, with whom she shares two sons, ages 14 and 15.

She met Asghari in 2016 on the set of the video for his song “Slumber Party.”

Jason Alexander pleaded not guilty to four counts in a California court on Monday after allegedly crashing his ex-wife Britney Spears' wedding.

Jason Alexander pleaded not guilty to four counts in a California court on Monday after allegedly crashing his ex-wife Britney Spears’ wedding.

Assistant District Attorney Erin Meister makes her way to court as Alexander watches through a video screen behind her.

Assistant District Attorney Erin Meister makes her way to court as Alexander watches through a video screen behind her.

At today's 15-minute hearing, Ventura County Superior Court Judge Catherine Voelker set bail at $100,000 and ordered Alexander to appear again Wednesday for a hearing.

At today’s 15-minute hearing, Ventura County Superior Court Judge Catherine Voelker set bail at $100,000 and ordered Alexander to appear again on Wednesday for a “pre-trial risk assessment.”

Britney Spears' attorney Mathew Rosengart stands in the back of a Ventura County, California, courtroom as his client's ex-husband appears charged with felony stalking and assault.

Britney Spears’ attorney Mathew Rosengart stands in the back of a Ventura County, California, courtroom as his client’s ex-husband appears charged with felony stalking and assault.

Britney Spears' wedding was dramatically interrupted, as her first husband, Jason Alexander, showed up trying to sneak into the event.

Britney Spears’ wedding was dramatically interrupted, as her first husband, Jason Alexander, showed up trying to sneak into the event.

Judge Voelker also told him that if he posted bail, he would not be allowed to purchase or possess firearms or other dangerous weapons and any he already owns would have to be surrendered.

Asked by Alexander if he agreed to the bail terms, whose not guilty pleas were entered by public defender Matthew Terry, he said “yes.”

Even if he were to raise bail to $100,000, in the next two days before the next hearing, he would not walk free.

Alexander has an outstanding warrant for his arrest from 2016 in Napa County, Northern California, accusing him of stealing a $2,000 sapphire and diamond tennis bracelet from a woman who was renting a room from him and then pawning it for $180.

Judge Catherine Voelker presides over the case in Ventura County Court

Judge Catherine Voelker presides over the case in Ventura County Court

Spears and Alexander were married here in 2004, although their marriage was annulled just 55 hours later.

Spears and Alexander were married here in 2004, although their marriage was annulled just 55 hours later.

Soears' lawyer argued at the time that the singer did not understand his actions at the time of the wedding

Soears’ lawyer argued at the time that the singer did not understand his actions at the time of the wedding

According to the warrant, Alexander, 40, who livestreamed his attempts to break into the wedding, was

According to the warrant, Alexander, 40, who livestreamed his attempts to break into the wedding, was

According to the warrant, Alexander, 40, who livestreamed (pictured) his attempts to crash the wedding, was ‘armed with a knife’ when he trespassed on the singer’s $7 million California estate.

At one point, Alexander entered the wedding tent that had been erected for the couple's nuptials.

Security Staff Never Left Behind

At one point, Alexander walked into the wedding marquee that had been erected for the Spears’ nuptials (left), but security was never far behind (right)

The newlywed pop star, 40, was seen smiling from ear to ear in the newly released wedding photos, which reveal every detail of her one-of-a-kind dress, from the sweetheart neckline to the shoulders. .  white choker necklace

The newlywed pop star, 40, was seen smiling from ear to ear in the newly released wedding photos, which reveal every detail of her one-of-a-kind dress, from the sweetheart neckline to the shoulders. . white choker necklace

He can be seen in aerial footage being escorted off the property.  He has been charged with two counts of assault, one of vandalism and one of burglary.

He can be seen in aerial footage being escorted off the property. He has been charged with two counts of assault, one of vandalism and one of burglary.

Warrant charges include grand theft and purchase or receipt of stolen property.

As for today’s charges arising from him trying to crash Britney’s wedding, according to Ventura County Sheriff’s deputies, just hours before the fairytale ceremony, Alexander scaled a fence and went down a slope. rocky to reach the blonde singer’s 20-acre property in the interior. an exclusive gated community.

Running up to Spears’ 12,464-square-foot Italianate-style villa, he reportedly yelled, ‘I’m Jason Alexander. The first husband. I’m here to crash the wedding.

Deputies say he then walked into the wedding tent where the 40-year-old Spears would soon be nuptials and yelled, “She’s my first wife, she’s my only wife.”

After allegedly getting into a fight with Britney’s security guards, he was tackled to the ground and later arrested on suspicion of assault, vandalism and breaking and entering. The felony charge of stalking was only added today.

One of the security guards involved in the incident also received a restraining order against Alexander.

In their request for a restraining order, Spears and Asghari, 28, alleged that Alexander was carrying a knife when he was arrested.

Following today’s hearing, Britney’s attorney, Mathew Rosengart, told DailyMail.com: ‘I give a lot of credit to the Ventura County Sheriff and the Ventura County District Attorney who are clearly taking this very seriously. I laughed.

‘Personally I am outraged by what happened. Now, quite rightly, (Alexander) is charged with stalking and is being held on $100,000 bail as a result.

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