It seems like the third time wasn't a charm for Britney Spears when it came to marrying her soulmate.
Unearthed court documents, which were found by the "Toxic: The Britney Spears Story" podcast, reportedly revealed Spears may have secretly married her then-fiancé Jason Trawick in 2012 while under her conservatorship.
While looking at an accounting report — filed to a California court — in the pop star's conservatorship case, co-hosts Tess Barker and Babs Gray pointed out that there was a $9,150 payment on October 1, 2012, for “consultation [on] dissolution of marriage."
The payment was reportedly listed under “conservatee’s legal fees,” and was made to the “law offices of Alexandra Leichter," a Beverly Hills-based family attorney. Estate specialist Austin Bertrand — who is not involved in Spears' headlining case — speculated during the Tuesday, August 17, episode that the payment was for "legal services that were rendered directly for [Spears’] benefit and nobody else’s."
Bertrand blatantly stated, "‘Dissolution of marriage’ only means one thing, which is divorce."
There were reportedly two other payments made to Leichter that same year. However, they were redacted in the screenshot of the report, which was posted to Twitter by a fan, per Page Six. Bertrand noted "it looks like they missed a redaction,” referring to the “consultation [on] dissolution of marriage" payment.
Spears and Trawick began dating in April 2009 when the 49-year-old was the "Toxic" songstress' agent. The handsome hunk reportedly resigned that following May to avoid any conflicts of interest.
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The former flames got engaged in December 2011. The following April, Trawick became a co-conservator of the troubled star's personal affairs alongside her father, Jamie Spears — who is reportedly stepping down from her conservatorship — which was set up in 2008 after her public mental health crisis.
After Spears and Trawick announced their split in January 2013, the artist's ex-fiancé stepped down as her co-conservator. According to the new report, it looks like the two actually got hitched and then divorced before going public with their split.
Prior to her apparent marriage to Trawick, Spears wed childhood friend Jason Alexander for 55 hours in January 2004. She then moved on with backup dancer Kevin Federline — who she was married to from October 2004-July 2007. The pop star and Federline share 15-year-old son Sean Preston and 14-year-old son Jayden James.
The "Circus" songstress also insisted she had been prevented from marrying her handsome hunk. “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.”