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Britney Spears' Ex Jason Alexander Imprisoned for a Day after Alleged Security Violation

Junie Sihlangu
Sep 05, 2021
03:40 A.M.
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Over the past weekend, Britney Spears’ ex-husband Jason Alexander was arrested at an airport. He ended up in temporary custody and was charged by the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office.


Jason Alexander, 39, was arrested Sunday at a Nashville airport, according to “Page Six.” Alexander, who is Britney Spears’ ex-husband, was imprisoned for an alleged security violation.

Criminal court records revealed that he was temporarily taken into custody and charged with a misdemeanor. He is best known for marrying Spears in 2004 for only 55 hours.

Jason Alexander at a UFC Fighting Championship on January 31, 2004, and Britney Spears at her Las Vegas residency announcement on October 18, 2018 | Photos: Chris Farina/Corbis and Ethan Miller/Getty Images


His court records also showed that he had bail set at $2,500. On Tuesday, a representative for the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office confirmed Alexander’s arrest and booking.

The representative said Spears’ former husband was booked on August 29, 2021, and released the following day. However, he’s due back in Nashville’s Justice A.A. Birch Building on September 24, 2021.


What happened to land him in prison wasn’t clear; however, on Monday, he shared a lengthy Instagram Live video post where he touched on being arrested. He didn’t, however, explain exactly what occurred that day.

Other reports said the “Toxic” pop star’s ex-husband was imprisoned for allegedly trespassing into the “non-secure” area of the TSA. He was reportedly trying to skip the line at the airport.

Britney Spears seen on the streets of Manhattan on September 29, 2008, in New York City | Photo: James Devaney/WireImage/Getty Images


Reports said he was then handcuffed and taken in for questioning at the airport. This wasn’t his first brush with the law because, in February 2021, Spears’ ex was arrested for driving under the influence.

He was also held for the possession or casual exchange of a controlled substance. “Page Six” found out that those cases against Alexander are still open and being investigated.


Even though he and the “Lucky” singer aren’t together anymore, Alexander has made it a point to support her using his own platforms. For instance, last August, he was spotted at a #FreeBritney protest.

The protest was held to fight against the singer’s father, Jamie Spears, controlling her finances and general life. In an Instagram Live post, he confirmed that his ex-wife wanted her father out of the conservatorship.


He also gave an interview to the “Daily Mail” about how Spears' family intervened in their relationship. Alexander claimed the musician’s parents forced them to sign paperwork to end their marriage.

On July 13, 2021, he also featured on an episode of the “Toxic: The Britney Spears Story” podcast, where he made the same claims. He said he stayed in touch with his ex even after their marriage was dissolved.

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