AceShowbiz - Britney Spears wants to make sure that she is safe from her troubled ex. Upon learning of Jason Alexander's 128-day jail sentence, the "...Baby One More Time" hitmaker reportedly thinks that it's "not long enough."
HollywoodLife.com reported on Friday, August 12, "Britney does not think that Jason's sentence is long enough for what he did." Though so, the pop star and her husband Sam Asghari reportedly "believe that justice has been served." A source told the outlet, "She feels safe knowing that Jason is behind bars for now and she believes that the three-year restraining order she was granted against him is sufficient."
"After having one of the most difficult weeks of her life, Britney is relieved that Jason was found guilty for what he did on her wedding day," the source said, referring to the fact that Britney recently had to deal with her other ex-husband, Kevin Federline, who recently aired their family's dirty laundry on social media and said that their two kids, Sean, 16, and Jayden, 15, embarrassed by her frequent postings of nude selfies.
Jason received the jail sentence after he pleaded no contest to trespassing and battery, a charge which was related to him allegedly hitting a security guard. He was not allowed within 100 yards of Britney, or the member of her security team who was involved in the incident as he's placed under a criminal protective order.
In June, Jason breached security at Britney and Sam's lavish wedding and filmed the entire thing live, which was broadcast on his social media. After being approached, Jason got into a fight with one of her security guards, which led to his arrest.
Following the arrest, a source said that Britney "is so grateful to the law enforcement for handling it the way that they did that day." However, the "Toxic" hitmaker apparently was not so pleased with the fact that Jason, whom she was married to for 55 hours in 2004 before getting it annulled, was able to get onto her property at all.
"Britney fired her security that was on duty that day and replaced them with top-notch security," added the so-called insider. "Her new home is so much safer because her community is heavily patrolled. And for Sam, who reassured her that he would never let anything happen to her. In hindsight, the entire situation was terrifying."