Britney Spears’ ex-husband Jason Alexander changed his not guilty plea to no contest Thursday on two of the charges filed against him for attempting to crash the pop icon’s wedding.
According to court records obtained by Page Six, the Louisiana native, 41, pleaded nolo contendere — meaning he accepted conviction as though a guilty plea had been entered but did not admit guilt — for aggravated trespassing and battery, which are misdemeanors.
The court then dismissed a felony stalking and misdemeanor vandalism charge.
Alexander was also informed of a “no contact” protective order issued on behalf of Spears, 40, and Richard Eubeler, the security guard who confronted him at the superstar’s former home in Thousand Oaks, Calif., hours before she tied the knot with Sam Asghari in June.
As a result, Alexander must stay 100 yards away from both his ex-wife of 55 hours and the security guard. He also cannot communicate with the two whatsoever — meaning no texts, calls or social media messages.
According to court records, the protective orders expire on Aug. 11, 2023.
However, a source exclusively tells Page Six that attorney Mathew Rosengart — who helped free Spears from her 13-year conservatorship — plans to file a separate, civil restraining order on behalf of the “Toxic” singer that would protect her for another three to five years.
Alexander was also ordered to serve 128 days in Ventura County Jail, but was credited for the time he has been in custody since the incident occurred on June 9 — 64 days — and is not required to serve the remaining balance.
A source from Spears’ camp tells Page Six exclusively that the outcome was a “good result” because had the case been handled in Los Angeles, Alexander likely would not have served any jail time.
“They did treat this seriously and hopefully the jail time caused him to learn his lesson,” the insider adds.
As of Friday afternoon, Alexander still has a balance of $290 in fees that he must pay for this case. A hearing to determine whether he can possess weapons, including firearms, is scheduled for Nov. 9.