Britney Spears’ first husband Jason Alexander – who she famously married in a 4am Vegas wedding back in 2004 – has reportedly shared a statement statement addressing her bombshell court hearing.
Twitter account @FreeBritneyLive posted what they claim to be an exclusive statement from Jason, where he allegedly says that Spears’ testimony ‘didn’t even scratch surface’ of the abuse that has gone on over the years.
Spears, 39, whose marriage to Alexander was annulled after just 55 hours, told a court last week that she was banned from removing her IUD birth control or marrying her boyfriend, Sam Asghari.
Support: Britney Spears’ first husband Jason Alexander has reportedly shared a statement statement addressing her bombshell court hearing (the pair pictured in 2004)
Alexander allegedly writes in the message that he ‘forced to sign an NDA but cannot in good faith stay silent about the things I saw happening.’
The message reads: ‘Even back in the day we all saw signs of Jamie’s greed. He had his daughter on a tight chain then just like he does now.’
Speaking out: Jason pictured in 2005
‘I don’t want to get into it too much because it ain’t my story to be telling but when Britney does finally do any interview or write a book or whatever she chooses to do if she chooses to do that, I can say with fact the things she reveals will be bone chilling to the core.’
‘Her testimony last week doesn’t even begin to scratch the surface of everything she’s been had to endure and it goes beyond the 13 year conservatorship,’ it went on.
The message then talking about Britney’s sister Jamie Lynn who is an executor on one of the singer’s financial trusts, and who spoke out in support of the singer this week.
‘Jamie Lynn also hasn’t had a conversation with Brit in almost a year so I don’t know what the brad was sproutin off about yesterday. I know I’m really just an outside in all this and most don’t care to hear my opinion but I think at this point it’s obvious any and everyone only wants Brit happy and healthy.’
However, on Wednesday, Spears’ father Jamie, 68, filed legal documents claiming he has had zero involvement in her conservatorship for nearly two years – and instead leveled blame at co-conservator Jodi Montgomery.
Claim: Twitter account @FreeBritneyLive posted what they claim to be an exclusive statement from Jason (pictured above)
He also claims Montgomery has blocked him from communicating with his 39-year-old daughter TMZ reported.
Montgomery, an experienced conservator with a degree in social welfare, was brought on to co-manage Britney’s affairs in September 2019, when her father Jamie Spears became ill.
She has remained in charge of Britney’s personal affairs, working as her ‘care manager’, while Jamie still controls her $60million fortune.
Britney told an LA judge last week: ‘I want to be able to get married to my boyfriend and have a baby but the conservatorship told me I can’t do that.
Britney Spears’ father Jamie has turned the blame onto co-conservator Jodi Montgomery for the restrictive rules placed on his pop star daughter and claims that he has been blocked from communicating with her
‘I have an IUD [intrauterine device[ inside me to prevent me from having a baby.
‘I want to go to a doctor and take it out so I can have a baby but they (the conservatorship) told me no.’
According to Wednesday’s documents, Jamie claims that when Britney’s lawyer filed to appoint Montgomery he said at the time that his daughter did not have the mental capacity to make decisions about her treatment and that it was left to a conservator of her person which is now Montgomery.
Jamie claims that the court had never found that she was unable to consent to medical treatment and that the court had never made such an order, according to TMZ.
The father went on to allege that it was Britney’s own lawyer, Sam Ingham, who has been seeking to take away his client’s right to make medical decisions on her behalf while authorizing decisions solely in the hands of Montgomery.
According to TMZ, the legal documents read: ‘Ms. Montgomery has been fully in charge of Ms. Spears’ day-to-day personal care and medical treatment, and Ms. Montgomery has made all decisions related to those matters.’
Jamie goes on to say that he had consented to Britney’s marriage when she was engaged to Jason Trawick in 2011 but the couple had split in 2013 before ever walking down the aisle.
Later on Wednesday, Montgomery hit back, with her lawyer telling TMZ that her goal was ‘to assist and encourage Britney in her path to no longer needing a conservatorship of the person.’
The lawyer insisted that Britney’s wish to get married and have a baby would not have been decided by the conservatorship.