Jason Alexander, who crashed his ex-wife Britney Spears’ wedding in June, has formally entered a not guilty plea.
Alexander, 41, appeared through Zoom from jail following his arraignment in Ventura County Superior Court on Tuesday, July 12.
Alexander pleaded not guilty to all charges, including one felony count of stalking with a prior domestic violence conviction and three misdemeanor counts of aggravated trespassing, refusing to leave private property, vandalism, and battery, according to Ventura County Senior Deputy District Attorney Erin Meister.
The suspect, who was also a childhood acquaintance of Britney Spears, wed the singer in 2004 for a brief period of time.
He also faces a special enhancement charge since, at the time of his alleged actions in California, he was on probation for an unrelated case out of Tennessee. He refuted the special charge accusation at his arraignment on Tuesday.
Alexander will stay in custody on lieu of $100,000 bail until his upcoming hearing, a pretrial conference, which is slated for August 2. If found guilty, he may spend up to five years in prison.