Britney Spears recently announced her engagement to Sam Asghari
Britney Spears’ ex-husband of 55 Hours, Jason Alexander, is wishing the “Lucky” pop star after good news her recent engagement To actor Sam Asghari.
“I’m always going to love her,” he said in a new interview. “If she’s happy with Sam and it’s going to happen, then I’m happy for her.”
The 39-year-old said he’s trying to be “as good as he can be” for his ex and his fiancé — whom she’s been dating since 2016 — and that she thinks Asgari is finally the one for her.
“She’s really the only person who’s been around for a few years, so without her she would have been single,” Alexander told inside version on Tuesday.
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Spears and Alexander, who have known each other since they were kids in Louisiana, had a whirlwind marriage in 2004 that barely lasted more than two days.
Their wedding, which took place at A Little White Wedding Chapel in Las Vegas, made front-page headlines.
Alexander recently shared on the podcast “Toxic: The Britney Spears Story” that he felt cheated on signing the manifestos.
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“They told me that if I would sign the contracts – annulment – they would let me and Britney continue our relationship, and if we felt the same way in six months, they would give us a proper marriage,” he recalled. “So I had no reason to believe otherwise.”
Alexander alleged to Inside Edition that he was still in contact with Spears, but was unable to prove it when asked to call the “Toxic” singer over the phone.
Spears’ ex has clashed with the law several times over the past year.
In February, Alexander was Arrested on DUI and drug charges, including drunken driving, unlawful use of drug paraphernalia, and possession or accidental exchange of a controlled substance.
Then in August, that was Arrested at Nashville Airport Allegedly for trespassing into TSA’s “non-secure” area and attempting to skip the line.