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- On January 26, 2021, Jason Alexander, the first husband of popular singer and actress Britney Spears, was arrested in Nashville
On January 26, 2021, Jason Alexander, the first husband of popular singer and actress Britney Spears, was arrested in Nashville
A few days ago, the patrol police detained the former spouse of the celebrity Jason Alexander for driving under the influence of alcohol, as well as illegal possession of illegal substances.
This incident is reported by the American edition of Page Six.
Law enforcement agencies opened a case against 39-year-old Jason Alexander on three charges at once, to which the man voluntarily confessed. Drunk driving, possession of illegal substances in your car, and illegal use of drug accessories.
A few hours after the man was detained, a bail of two and a half thousand US dollars was paid for him. Jason was released from the police on the same day, January 26th. However, he will not be able to avoid trial, the first meeting at which Alexander's punishment will be considered will take place two months later - on April 30, 2021.
And we want to remind you that Britney Spears and Jason Alexander have been good friends since early childhood. Their official wedding took place in 2004 in Los Angeles. Young people went there to have fun, they went overboard with alcoholic beverages. Several sources report that Jason and Britney were even drugged. In this state, the wedding of young people took place. Fortunately, their marriage was canceled 55 hours later, when they both got out of an inadequate state and realized what they had done. After the sudden wedding, the relationship between Britney and Jason has not changed, they still maintain a friendly relationship.
By the way, it is worth noting that quite recently in America there were protests under the slogan "Freedom for Britney." Fans and caring people took to the streets of the country to support the singer in gaining independence from her guardian, father Jamie Spears. Among the crowd defending Britney's rights was Jason Alexander, who was actively involved in the movement on the streets of Los Angeles.