Britney Spears’ ex-husband Jason Alexander was hit with a felony and must stay away from her for the next three years, Page Six can confirm.
During Alexander’s arraignment Monday for breaking into Spears’ home on her wedding day last Thursday, the Ventura County District Attorney extended the pop icon’s no-contact order against him.
Security guard Richard Eubeler, who “came into contact” with Alexander during the incident, also obtained a restraining order, Senior Deputy District Attorney Erin Meister tells Page Six.
Alexander, 40, must stay 100 yards away from both Spears, also 40, and Eubeler. Additionally, he cannot communicate with the two whatsoever — meaning no texts, calls or social media messages.
Alexander pleaded not guilty to trespassing, vandalism and battery, but the DA has also now slapped him with a felony stalking charge. Under the protective order, he cannot possess weapons or guns and has to relinquish any firearms he may have.
Alexander remains incarcerated and now has a bail set at $100,000.
Should Alexander make bail, there are conditions. In addition to the 100-yard stay-away order, he has to report to probation within 24 hours of his release and be monitored via an ankle bracelet by the Ventura County Probation Department.
Spears’ high-powered attorney, Mathew Rosengart, was present at Alexander’s arraignment and is “personally incensed” by last week’s intrusion, a source tells Page Six.
However, Rosengart is “very thankful” to the Ventura County District Attorney’s Office for its “professionalism,” he told us Monday in an exclusive statement.
“And for the seriousness with which it is taking the matter, including charging Alexander with a felony,” the former federal prosecutor continues. “This should send a message to anyone out there who violates the law.”
As previously reported, Alexander invaded Spears’ home hours before her nuptials with Sam Asghari. One day later, he was ordered to stay at least 100 yards away from the Grammy-winning singer and his estate in Thousand Oaks, Calif.
“Fortunately, Alexander is incarcerated and under an emergency protective order,” Rosengart told us in part last Friday.
The lawyer — who helped free Spears from her nearly 14-year conservatorship in November 2021 — added that he was “[looking] forward to working with law enforcement to ensure Alexander is aggressively prosecuted and hopefully convicted, as he should be.”
While previous reports suggested that Asghari, 28, was also a part of the restraining order, Ventura County Senior Deputy District Attorney Erin Meister clarifies to us, “There didn’t appear to be any direct threat specifically [to Asghari]and the parties did not ask for it.”
According to a copy of the order obtained by Page Six, Alexander has “continuously trespassed” on Spears’ property and had been advised Thursday that he was “not welcomed.”
Alexander — who live-streamed the invasion on Instagram — was allegedly armed with a knife when he entered Spears’ home on her big day, the report also stated.
The Ventura County Sheriff’s Office promptly responded and made the arrest.
Alexander — who was married to Spears for a mother 55 hours in 2004 — has faced a series of legal setbacks in recent years. He notably violated an order of protection and stalked an unidentified woman in December 2021.
He pleaded guilty to those charges in January and was ordered to serve nearly a year of probation.
Alexander was previously arrested for driving under the influence in January 2021 and was taken into custody again that August for breaking security protocols at an airport.
Despite Alexander’s incursion into Spears’ mansion, she and Asghari happily exchanged vows in front of a starry crowd that included Madonna, Paris Hilton, Selena Gomez and Drew Barrymore.
“The crew who created our home into literally a dream castle were fantastic!!! The ceremony was a dream and the party was even better!!!” Spears enthused in an Instagram post Friday. “So many incredible people came to our wedding and I’m still in shock!!!”