Britney Spears’ Ex-Husband Attended the Violent Pro-Trump Protest At the US Capitol

Britney Spears has been in the spotlight for over two decades, and has been one of the most apolitical figures in pop music for years. But the same can’t be said for some of the people who’ve been in her orbit.

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Singer Britney Spears walks the red carpet at the 2017 Pre-GRAMMY Gala | Scott Dudelson/Getty Images

Britney Spears has been married twice

Spears has been dating personal-trainer-turned-model Sam Asghari for over three years, but the couple is reportedly in no rush to tie the knot. This is a stark difference from Spears’ relationships in the past, which included two marriages with short periods of courtship.

Spears famously dated Justin Timberlake back in the day, but perhaps her most famous relationship came during one of the most tumultuous times in her career. At the height of her fame in 2004, she married dancer Kevin Federline after just three months of dating.

Spears and Federline had two kids together, who later became the center of a highly publicized custody battle after Spears’ public meltdown in 2007. Their marriage ended that same year.

Britney Spears’ first marriage is often forgotten

While Spears’ second marriage to Federline often receives the most attention, many people forget about Spears’ brief first marriage.

In January 2004, Spears married her childhood friend, Jason Allen Alexander, in a quickie ceremony in Las Vegas. Just 55 hours later, however, Spears moved to have the marriage annulled.

Spears’ lawyers told the court that she “lacked understanding of her actions” and didn’t realize the serious commitment she’d made. By the end of that year, Spears would be married again to Federline.

Britney Spears performs at KIIS FM's Wango Tango at the Staples Center on May 14, 2011 in Los Angeles, California | Kevin Winter/Getty Images
Britney Spears performs at KIIS FM’s Wango Tango at the Staples Center on May 14, 2011 in Los Angeles, California | Kevin Winter/Getty Images

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Britney Spears’ ex-husband was at the violent US Capitol protest

After their marriage, Alexander remained out of the spotlight. But the native Louisianan is back in the headlines after sharing on social media that he attended the violent protest at the US Capitol incited by President Donald Trump.

Sporting a beanie that read “Trump” with the number 45, Alexander posted a selfie of himself in the crowd gathered in Washington to protest Congress’ certification of Joe Biden’s Electoral College victory. “DC,” he said in the caption, adding that “millions showed up” for the occasion.

According to PinkNews, Alexander notes in his Facebook profile that he’s a “journalist researcher at Conspiracy Theories & History.” In a deleted video posted two days before the violent insurrection, Alexander expressed excitement about traveling to Washington for the protest. “Where [are] all my patriots?” he said. “I’m on the Trump train. What will you tell your grandkids?” He captioned the video “See you in DC.”

Alexander attended the protest because he believes the 2020 election was rigged and that Trump is the rightful winner. While it hasn’t been confirmed that Alexander was one of the rioters who broke into the Capitol building, Spears’ ex-husband didn’t mince words about the incoming president.

“Don’t be surprised if a civil war ensues,” Alexander warned. “If I ever meet this f*cker [Biden] he is getting fed to the alligators, straight up.”

Jason Alexander, ex-husband of Brittany Spears during the 2005 BET Awards Afterparty Hosted by Gabrielle Union | Enos Solomon/FilmMagic
Jason Alexander, ex-husband of Brittany Spears during the 2005 BET Awards Afterparty Hosted by Gabrielle Union | Enos Solomon/FilmMagic

Britney Spears’ ex-husband is a conspiracy theorist

Alexander’s now-private Facebook feed is filled with conspiratorial memes and theories, including claims that the Earth is flat and that COVID-19 is a hoax, anti-vaccination videos, messages from right-wing commentators such as Candace Owens, and rants about why wearing a mask is “tyrannical.”

“I don’t consent to the mark of the beast practices and I don’t value material sh*t and I’m locked and loaded ready to kill anyone or thing that tries to make me,” Alexander said in a post. “Now cowboy up, all you b*tches.”