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Jason Alexander, the ex-husband of Britney Spears, has been found guilty of aggravated trespassing and battery charges, California officials have announced.
Alexander, 40, did not contest the misdemeanor charges Thursday, according to the Ventura County District Attorney’s Office.
Alexander was arrested at Spears’ residence on June 9, where she and husband Sam Asghari were married.
Authorities say Alexander – who was not invited to the nuptials – damaged a door and beat a security guard who tried to drag him away after he refused to leave the wedding.
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Alexander was credited with time served Thursday after serving 64 days in the Ventura County jail since his arrest. He is also under a criminal protective order, which means he is prohibited from being within 100 yards of Spears and the security guard involved.
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Spears and Alexander – who were childhood friends – hit it off on a whim in the early morning hours of January 3, 2004. The couple, who were both 22 at the time, held their ceremony at the Little White Wedding Chapel in Las Vegas. Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez recently got married at the same Vegas landmark last month.
Spears and Alexander’s wedding was called off 55 hours later – a decision Alexander says was forced by Spear’s management and her mother, Lynne. The annulment claimed that Spears was “unable to accept marriage” at the time.
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“We were looking at each other and we were like, ‘Let’s do something crazy, crazy. Let’s get married, just for fun,'” Alexander told Access Hollywood a day after the marriage dissolved.