After the "Toxic: The Britney Spears Story" podcast unearthed court documents that showed there was a $9,150 payment on October 1, 2012, for "consultation [on] dissolution of marriage," Extra’s Billy Bush texted pal Trawick asking if the rumors were true.
The handsome hunk responded: "I believe you would have known if I was married," jokingly adding: "But you would have made a perfect usher."
Spears and Trawick began dating in April 2009 when he was the "Toxic" songstress' agent. To avoid any conflicts of interest, the 49-year-old resigned the following May to pursue his relationship with the mother-of-two.
Over one year after Trawick proposed to the blonde babe in December 2011, he became a co-conservator of Spears' personal affairs alongside her dad, Jamie Spears — who is reportedly stepping down from her conservatorship — which was set up in 2008.
According to the new documents, it was believed that the former flames secretly wed and got divorced before they announced their split in January 2013. OK! reported the suspicious payment was listed under “conservatee’s legal fees,” and was made to the “law offices of Alexandra Leichter," a Beverly Hills-based family attorney.
As Estate specialist Austin Bertrand — who is not involved in Spears' headlining case — pointed out on the podcast episode, "‘Dissolution of marriage’ only means one thing, which is divorce." Bertrand also speculated that the payment was for "legal services that were rendered directly for [Spears’] benefit and nobody else’s."
Meanwhile, there were two other payments made to Leichter that year. However, they were redacted in the screenshot of the report, which made Bertrand believe "they missed a redaction,” referring to the “consultation [on] dissolution of marriage" payment.
If Spears did in fact marry Trawick, that would've made him her third husband, as she previously married childhood friend Jason Alexander for 55 hours and backup dancer Kevin Federline — with whom she shares 15-year-old son Sean Preston and 14-year-old son Jayden James. She and Federline tied the knot in 2004 and split three years later.
The questionable accounting report was brought to light because of the "Lucky" singer's controversial conservatorship case. As OK! previously reported, Spears spoke out about the legal binding for the first time in June, calling the conservatorship "abusive" and asking for her life back.
At the time, she explained she wanted to marry her longtime boyfriend Sam Asghari and start a family with him, but said she had an IUD she cannot get removed. “I wanna be able to get married and have a baby," she pleaded at the time. “I was told right now in the conservatorship I am not able to get married or have a baby.”