Britney Spears enough has been chaotic Week dealing with the drama of your two ex-husbands! Britney’s first husband on August 12, Jason Alexander40, was convicted of grievous trespass and battery for obstructing her marriage to her current husband, Sam Asghari28, at their former home in Thousand Oaks, California, on June 9. After spending 64 days behind bars in the Ventura County Jail, Court ordered Jason To spend an additional 64 days, for a total of 128 days. and now, hollywoodlife has learned EXCLUSIVELY how Britney, 40, feels about Jason’s punishment.
A source told us, “After having one of the toughest weeks of her life, Britney is relieved that Jason was found guilty on her wedding day,” referring to the fact that Britney was also was forced to deal with him. ex husband, Kevin Federline44, cheap shot firing In a scathing interview with her, which brought up the couple’s two children – Sean16, and Jaden Federline, 15, in the mix. However, the source told us that the “Toxic” singer doesn’t think timing is conducive to crime.
“Britney doesn’t think Jason’s sentence is long enough for what she did, but she and Sam believe justice has been done,” the insider said. hollywoodlife, “She feels safe knowing that Jason is behind bars now and she believes that three year ban order What was given against him is enough. ,
As reported, Jason breached security at Brittany and Sam’s lavish wedding and filmed the whole thing live, which was broadcast on his social media. After being contacted, Jason gets into a fight with one of his security guards, who led to his arrest. According to the source, “Britney is very grateful to law enforcement for the way they handled it that day.” But she wasn’t so happy with the fact that Jason — who was married for 55 hours in 2004 before annulling her — was able to hold onto her property at all. “Britney removed her security guard on duty that day and replaced her with higher security,” the source told us.
After their marriage, Brittany A. went in $12 Million Mansion In a gated community in Calabasas, Calif.—and who can blame him? “Their new home is so safe because their community is heavily patrolled,” the source said. “And as for Sam, who reassured her that he would never let anything happen to her. In the end, the whole situation was terrible.”