Britney Spears’ “Stalker” ex-husband Jason Alexander was ordered to stay 100 meters from the star after a failed wedding

BRITNEY Spears has been awarded a three-year restraining order against her “Stalker” ex-husband Jason Alexander after he crashed their wedding.

Alexander’s bail was set at $100,000 during his arraignment in Ventura Monday afternoon, The Sun can confirm.

Jason Alexander was thrown to the ground after crashing Britney's wedding earlier this month

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Jason Alexander was thrown to the ground after crashing Britney’s wedding earlier this month
The 40-year-old was very briefly married to the star after a wedding in Vegas in 2004

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The 40-year-old was very briefly married to the star after a wedding in Vegas in 2004

He was also charged with stalking when he appeared in court via Zoom, represented by a public defender.

He has been ordered to stay away from Britney and a member of her security team for at least 100 years and is unable to contact the star.

Alexander pleaded not guilty and must surrender any firearms he may have in his possession.

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He was thrown to the ground outside her LA home and arrested just hours before she married her partner Sam Asghari on June 9, The Sun previously reported.

Ventura County police officers announced that the 40-year-old has been arrested and charged with assault, vandalism and trespassing.

Meanwhile, he still has a case against him in Northern California after being accused of committing a grand larceny dating back to 2016.

Alexander, who was infamously married to Britney for 55 hours in 2004, turned up at his ex’s wedding uninvited.

He filmed himself at her mansion on Instagram Live.

He contacted event security and claimed he was invited by Britney.

He revealed that she was his first and only previous wife.

In the clip, Alexander yelled, “Don’t put your hands on me” and asked, “Where’s Britney?” while ignoring security orders.

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He was pacing the property as he appeared to be looking for his former wife.

He described the event as “bulls**t” as he showed off the flower arrangements.

Alexander entered Britney’s home before he was attacked by security guards.

An eyewitness told The Sun: “Jason walked up the Los Robles trail next to Britney’s property, it must have taken him almost an hour.

“He said he’s been coming here for three weeks and was live on Instagram then he just jumped the fence.

“Two security guards in black SUVs were parked nearby, but I don’t know if they spotted him.

“Later, I heard sirens wailing as police officers arrived at the scene.”

The witness claimed: “Jason had a confused look in his eyes as if he hadn’t slept.

“He was carrying nothing but his phone, he had no bag or backpack.

“He was wearing a t-shirt, shorts, sneakers and a baseball cap.”

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Britney’s attorney, Mathew Rosengart, told TMZ that the intruder “needs to be locked up.”

He told the outlet, “I am personally working with the sheriff’s department to ensure that Mr. Alexander is aggressively prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.”

Britney or Sam have not addressed the situation.

Jason Alexander live streamed himself on Instagram as he crashed the wedding

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Jason Alexander live streamed himself on Instagram as he crashed the wedding
Emergency vehicles were seen at the home of Britney Spears in LA

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Emergency vehicles were seen at the home of Britney Spears in LA

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