Los Angeles: A California judge has dismissed Jason Alexander’s attempt to get out of jail on charges of stalking to obstruct the marriage of his ex-wife Britney Spears.
Alexander, who was married to the pop icon for 55 hours in January 2004, asked Ventura County Judge Katherine Woelker to lower his $100,000 bail or release him on his identity during Wednesday’s hearing, records say.
Voelker declined the request, citing the seriousness of the allegations, Alexander’s past criminal history and previous instances where he failed to appear in court, court minutes show.
Justice sent Alexander back to the Ventura County Jail and set another court date in the case for June 22.
The 40-year-old was caught last week during her fantasy-land wedding to model and actor Sam Asghari at Spears’s Thousand Oaks estate and has been charged with stalking, battery, trespassing and vandalism, records show. .
In the footage he posted on Instagram, Alexander could be seen inside the megastar’s house and even took a video of a backyard tent where the wedding was to take place.
The livestream showed a confrontation between Sikandar and incident security where he falsely claimed that he was invited to the festival.
He then threatened to end the marriage and a physical struggle ensued before the camera of his phone was cut.
Alexander, who grew up with Spears in Louisiana, had an open warrant for grand theft of embezzlement and possession of stolen property at the time and was previously busted for stalking at an airport, driving under the influence and breaking security protocols was.
He pleaded not guilty to the latest set of charges.