According to police and court records obtained by Radar, Alexander, now 37, was pulled over on July 3, 2016 by St. Tammany Parish Sheriff's Office. He was charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated and reckless operation of a motor vehicle.
Cops took Alexander to jail in Covington, LA, about an hour outside Britney’s hometown of Kentwood, and he pleaded guilty to the misdemeanor DWI charge. He was sentenced to probation for two years under special conditions, including performing 32 hours of community service, completing a court-approved driver improvement and substance abuse program, and participating in a session of a MADD victim impact panel.
This arrest came just one year after Alexander — known for his 2004 Las Vegas wedding and 55-hour marriage to the “Toxic” singer — was thrown in a San Francisco jail for beating his ex-girlfriend so badly she needed crutches, Radar reported exclusively.
According to 2015 court papers, Alexander and his then-girlfriend were drinking alcohol when her dog growled at him. Alexander grabbed at the animal, and that’s when his girlfriend realized something was terribly wrong.
“When he got violent with the dog, he snapped,” claimed an insider.
When he went outside for a cigarette, the female locked him out and called the cops, causing Spears’ troubled ex to explode. The victim can be heard on 911 audio begging him not to kick the door down. Then, following minutes of silence, the woman is heard screaming in terror.
Court papers claimed she tried to escape in her car, but Alexander got to her through an unlocked door. As she tried to flee, he “grabbed her by the hair and dragged her down the steps … along the sidewalk and threw her into the bushes,” leaving her with abrasions to her face, feet and knees. She also suffered injuries, which required bandages and left her hobbling around on crutches.
Alexander pleaded guilty to one count of a felony assault and served 111 days in jail.
He was previously busted for DUI in 2006 and reportedly again in 2008 on probation violation.