Jason Alexander will face a trial for felony stalking charges related to his breakin at Britney Spears’ residence on the day of her wedding to Sam Asghari.

Alexander filmed himself wandering around the premises and asking event staff where Britney was. He was charged with felony stalking, as well as trespassing, refusing to leave private property, vandalism and battery. He has pleaded not guilty to all charges.

Spears and Alexander were childhood friends and got married for only 55 hours in 2004 before their wedding was annulled. He has pleaded guilty to stalking other women in the past.

The singer was granted a protective order declaring Alexander must stay at least 100 yards away from her at all times and may not attempt to contact her. The order has since been extended to last until June 13, 2025.

Security Guard Richard Eubeler provided testimony of the incident for the preliminary hearing. He claimed Alexander was spotted around her home in the days before the wedding, and that he attempted to force his way through Spears’ locked bedroom door at one point.

Eubeler also claimed that Alexander broke a handle to a door that he was holding shut with his foot during the altercation, and that he had a “Gerber folding box cutter” in his possessions when he was eventually detained.

A detective who was reportedly called to the scene, Dave Foley said Spears was “distraught, crying, shaking [and] panicked,” after the incident. She and Asghari left her home briefly but eventually returned to do the wedding after they both calmed down.

Alexander is being held with his bail set at $100,000. His next court date will be on July 12.

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