Sam Asghari won’t get much — if anything — from Britney Spears should things go south between the newlyweds.
“Britney and Sam signed a prenup in her favor,” a source tells Page Six. “Any money she made before the wedding is protected.”
And it was all Spears’ idea.
Page Six previously reported that she had put her attorney, Mathew Rosengart, to the task of hiring a family lawyer to prepare the agreement.
At the time, Spears and Rosengart, a former federal prosecutor, expressed in court documents that they were worried her estranged dad, Jamie Spears, would pump the brakes on their plan, as Jamie was still the conservator of Britney’s multimillion-dollar estate at the time.
But Jamie, 69, was suspended days later, and the pop icon’s 13-year conservatorship was terminated in November 2021.
After Britney, 40, and Asghari, 28, got engaged in September 2021, many fans wondered what would happen to her money if they were to ever divorce.
Amid the chatter, the personal trainer-turned-actor joked on his Instagram Story, “Of course we’re getting [an] iron-clad prenup to protect my jeep and shoe collection incase [sic] she dumps me one day.”
Britney and Asghari tied the knot last Thursday in the backyard of her mansion in Thousand Oaks, Calif.
The couple were accompanied by A-list celebs like Madonna, Selena Gomez, Paris Hilton and Drew Barrymore, who partied by their side the entire night.
Britney’s parents, Jamie and Lynne Spears, and her younger sister, Jamie Lynn Spears, were not present during the nuptials. Her sons, Sean Preston, 16, and James Jayden, 15, also missed the celebration.
Her brother, Bryan Spears, reportedly was invited but decided to skip the ceremony because his daughter was graduating from elementary school that same day. Bryan, 45, shares 11-year-old Lexie with ex-wife Graciella Sanchez.
“Both ceremonies were around the same time,” a source told Page Six exclusively. “Bryan couldn’t be in two places at once and didn’t want to disappoint Lexie by running off to a wedding immediately after her moving up ceremony, where she made a special speech. He wanted to be there to celebrate his little girl.”
But that wasn’t the only sour note during Britney’s big day, which was almost ruined after her first husband, Jason Alexander, was arrested outside her home for attempting to crash the wedding.
While on Instagram Live, Alexander, 40, showed off the inside of his ex-wife’s home and even took a look inside the wedding tent before being caught by security.
Alexander claimed that Britney had invited him before threatening to crash the wedding. Before the Live ended, a physical struggle occurred between Alexander and security.
Ventura County police officers then responded to the scene and made the arrest.
“Jason Alexander has been handcuffed, taken into custody and arrested. I express my thanks to the Ventura County Sheriff’s Department for their prompt response and good work,” Rosengart told Page Six exclusively. “I’m working closely with law enforcement to ensure Mr. Alexander is aggressively prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.”
A source told Page Six that Britney was “shaken” but refused to let the incident “get her down.”
She and Alexander were married for only 55 hours after getting hitched in Las Vegas in 2004.
Months later, the Grammy winner married backup dancer Kevin Federline. They divorced in 2007 and share Preston and Jayden.