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Britney Spears fired security team after her ex’s burglary

Britney Spears has fired her former security team after her ex-husband Jason Alexander broke into her home last week, Page Six can confirm.

With the help of her high-powered lawyer, Mathew Rosengart, Spears, 40, canned her former security staff, a source tells us exclusively, because of their response to Alexander’s chilling intrusion on the day of his marriage.

The “Lucky” singer is replacing her team with a new group of security guards, a decision that came shortly after the incident.

TMZ was first to report Spears’ security overhaul.

Rosengart is “furious” about the burglary, our insider adds, and continues to work with the Ventura County District Attorney’s Office in the prosecution of Alexander.

Jason Alexander
Alexander, who is currently incarcerated on bail set at $100,000, walked into Spears’ house on his wedding day.
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During Alexander’s arraignment on Monday for breaking into Spears’ home on the day of her wedding to Sam Asghari last Thursday, the prosecutor extended the superstar’s no contact order against him.

Security guard Richard Eubeler, who “came into contact” with Alexander, also obtained a restraining order, Senior Assistant District Attorney Erin Meister told Page Six.

Alexander, 40, must stay 100 yards from Spears and Eubeler. He can’t communicate at all — that is, no texts, calls, or social media messages — with either.

Alexander pleaded not guilty to trespassing, vandalism and assault, but the prosecutor slapped him on a stalking charge. Under the protection order, he cannot own any weapons or firearms and must give up any firearms he may have.

Alexander remains incarcerated and now has bond set at $100,000.

Member of Britney Spears' security team
An apparent member of Spears’ security team appeared on Alexander’s Instagram live stream of the incident.
Jason Alexander/Instagram

Spears’ attorney, Rosengart, is “very grateful” to the Ventura County District Attorney’s Office for their “professionalism,” he told Us in an exclusive statement Monday.

“And for the seriousness with which he takes the case, in particular by accusing Alexandre of a crime”, continued the former federal prosecutor. “That should send a message to anyone breaking the law.”

As previously reported, Alexander invaded Spears’ home hours before she and husband Asghari, 28, exchanged vows. The next day, he was ordered to stay at least 100 yards from the Grammy winner and her estate in Thousand Oaks, Calif.

According to a copy of the order obtained by Page Six, Alexander “continually trespassed” on Spears’ property and was told Thursday that he was “not welcome.”

Spears and Sam Asghari tied the knot on Thursday.

Alexander – who live-streamed the invasion on Instagram – was allegedly armed with a knife when he entered Spears’ house on the big day, the report also states.

The Ventura County Sheriff’s Office responded quickly and made the arrest.

“Fortunately, Alexander is incarcerated and on an emergency protective order,” Rosengart told us in part last Friday.

The attorney – who helped release Spears from her nearly 14-year conservatorship in November 2021 – added that he was “[looking] looking forward to working with law enforcement to ensure that Alexander is aggressively prosecuted and hopefully convicted, as he should be.

Alexander and Spears were married for 55 hours in 2004.

Spears was married to Alexander for just 55 hours in January 2004.

In October, she married Kevin Federline. The couple separated in November 2006 before finalizing their divorce in July 2007. They share two children – sons Sean Preston, 16, and Jayden James, 15.