Britney Spears' ex-husband Jason Alexander was arrested over the weekend by airport police in Nashville, according to a new report.
On Sunday, August 29, Alexander was arrested on a misdemeanor and spent the night at the Davidson County Sheriff's Office. He was released the following day after posting a $2,500 bond, according to the booking sheet, obtained by Radar.
Radar reported Alexander was arrested after he left the secure side of TSA and tried to bypass the line. According to The Davidson Country Criminal Court Clerk, Alexander was "double-locked" in handcuffs and detained at the Nashville airport. He was then taken into a secure room for questioning.
Alexander is reportedly due in court on Friday, September 24.
His recent run-in with the law comes days before he's due to appear before a judge on Thursday, September 9, regarding the three misdemeanors he was arrested and charged with seven months prior.
Apart from driving under the influence, Spears' first husband was charged with unlawful use of drug paraphernalia, and possession or casual exchange of a controlled substance, per the outlet.
Alexander and the "Oops!... I Did It Again" singer were married for 55 hours in 2004 before the embattled pop star filed to annul their marriage. Spears' decision to call it quits reportedly came after her parents, mom Lynne and dad Jamie Spears, expressed their concern about their spontaneous Las Vegas nuptials.
Following her short-term marriage to Alexander, Spears was married to Kevin Federline from October 2004 to July 2007. The former flames share 15-year-old son Sean Preston and 14-year-old son Jayden James. The "Gimme More" singer is now dating personal trainer and actor Sam Asghari, who she has been with since 2016.
Years after Alexander and Spears saw the demise of their marriage, he reportedly spoke out about his ex-wife's 13-year conservatorship battle with her father, alleging he "saw signs of Jamie's greed" way back then.
According to the #FreeBritney account @FreeBritneyLive, Alexander claimed he was "forced" to sign an NDA but decided to address Spears' controversial conservatorship case because he "cannot in good faith stay silent about the things [he] saw happening."
Alexander claimed Jamie — who announced earlier this month that he was stepping down as her conservator amid the drama — "had his daughter on a tight chain then just like he does now." Jamie previously controlled his daughter's personal affairs and estate.
However, the handsome hunk said the matter was not his story to tell, it was reported, and added that when Spears decides to speak out, it will be "bone-chilling to the core."
In regards to her shocking testimony two months ago — during which she called the conservatorship "abusive" and begged for her freedom — Alexander reportedly said it didn't even "begin to scratch the surface of everything she's been had to endure."
Apart from dealing with her headline-making case, Spears may be hit with a battery charge after she was accused by her housekeeper of hitting her amid a scuffle over the singer's two dogs. OK! reported the Ventura County Sheriff's Department concluded their investigation, but they have yet to announce whether they'll charge the "Toxic" singer.