Britney Spears has had a hectic week dealing with controversy from both of her ex-husbands! Britney’s previous husband, Jason Alexander, 40, was convicted of aggravated trespass and violence on August 12 for crashing her wedding to her current husband, Sam Asghari, 28, on June 9 at her old home in Thousand Oaks, Calif. After spending 64 days in the Ventura County Jail, the court sentenced Jason to spend another 64 days behind bars, for a total of 128 days.
Britney was forced to deal with her other ex-husband, Kevin Federline, 44, firing cheap shots at her in a scathing interview, which brought the couple’s two children — Sean, 16, and Jayden Federline, 15, into the mix. “After having one of the most difficult weeks of her life, Britney is relieved that Jason was found guilty for what he did on her wedding day,” a source told HollywoodLife.
Britney, according to the insider, does not believe that the timing corresponds to the crime. Britney does not think that Jason’s sentence is long enough for what he did, but she and Sam believe that justice has been served,” the insider told the outlet. “She feels safe knowing that Jason is behind bars for now and she believes that the three-year restraining order she was granted against him is sufficient.”
According to reports, Jason broke security during Britney and Sam’s expensive wedding and streamed the whole event live on his social media. Jason was contacted and got into an altercation with one of her security personnel that resulted in his detention.
“Britney is so grateful to the law enforcement for handling it the way that they did that day,” the insider said. She was less than thrilled, though, that Jason had even managed to gain access to her property. According to the insider, Britney replaced the security that was on duty that day with better security.
The marriage of Spears and Alexander was dissolved 55 hours later, a decision Alexander claims was imposed by Spear’s management and her mother, Lynne. According to the annulment, Spears was “incapable of agreeing to the marriage” at the time.