Jason Alexander, Britney Spears' ex-husband, has formally entered a not guilty plea to all charges after allegedly attempting to crash her June wedding to Sam Asghari
Report: Britney Spears' ex-husband enters a "not guilty" plea to the charge of wedding crash.
The ex-husband of Britney Spears entered a not guilty plea to all charges, including three misdemeanour counts of aggravated trespassing and one felony count of stalking with a prior domestic violence conviction.
After attempting to interrupt the pop star's wedding last month, Britney Spears' ex-husband Jason Alexander formally entered a not guilty plea, according to Page Six.
Page Six reports that Alexander, 41, appeared from jail via Zoom on Tuesday following a summons in a criminal complaint in Ventura County Superior Court.
He refuted the special charge accusation at his arraignment on Tuesday.
A pretrial meeting for Alexander will be held on August 2nd.
According to Page Six, he continues to be detained in lieu of a $100,000 bail and may spend up to five years in prison if found guilty.
Shortly after the incident, Spears, 40, fired her security staff and received a restraining order against her ex.
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