Britney Spears' First Ex-Husband Jason Alexander Reportedly Breaks Silence Over Conservatorship, Lights Up Singer's Dad Jamie Spears
Britney Spears' first ex-husband is allegedly speaking out in the wake of her explosive claims against her dad, Jamie Spears.
Jason Alexander -- who the singer married during a wild Las Vegas night in 2004 -- has reportedly released an exclusive statement to the #FreeBritney account named @FreeBritneyLive, which has nearly 20,000 followers.
In the explosive message, Britney's ex-husband allegedly addresses the 13-year conservatorship and blasts her father.
Revealing he was "forced" to sign an NDA, Jason reportedly claims he is speaking out now because he "cannot in good faith stay silent about the things I saw happening."
Saying that he "saw signs of Jamie's greed" way back then, Britney's first ex-husband allegedly claims her father "had his daughter on a tight chain then just like he does now."
Saying that it's not his story to tell, the person -- who the popular Twitter account alleges is Jason -- states that when Britney tells her full story about her dad's reign over her conservatorship, it will be "bone-chilling to the core."
Claiming her gut-wrenching testimony last week didn't even "begin to scratch the surface of everything she's been had to endure," Jason allegedly promises "it goes beyond the 13 year conservatorship."
The message then turns the focus from Britney Spears' dad to her little sister, Jamie Lynn Spears.
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As RadarOnline.com reported, the 30-year-old addressed her sister's conservatorship on Monday after collecting backlash for staying silent.
In her statement, Jamie Lynn said she didn't care if Britney moves to the rainforest "to have "a zillion babies."
"It doesn't affect me," she said.
Alleging that Jamie Lynn "hasn’t had a conversation with Brit in almost a year," the message reads, "I don't know what that brat was sproutin' off about yesterday."
Saying he's an "outsider" in all this, Jason ends his alleged exclusive statement by writing, "Most don't care to hear my opinion but I think at this point it's obvious any and everyone only wants Brit happy and healthy."
Her first husband's reported statement mirrors what her most current ex-husband said.
Kevin Federline -- who shares two teenage sons with the singer -- said all he wants is for Britney "to be healthy and happy" for their kids.
As RadarOnline.com reported, Britney told the judge in her conservatorship that her dad "should be in jail" for what she's endured. The singer
She compared her conservatorship to "sex trafficking" and alleged that Jamie is preventing her from having more children.
“I want to get married and have a baby,” she said during her emotional testimony. “I want [the IUD] taken out so I can start trying to have another baby. But this so-called team won’t let me go to the doctor to take it out because they don’t want me to have any more children.”