Britney Spears’ ex-husband Jason Alexander dons a Trump hat at the Capitol riots as followers slam him as 'trash'

BRITNEY Spears' ex-husband has been branded a "d***head" for attending violent protests in DC – as he was pictured wearing a Trump hat, The Sun can exclusively reveal.

Jason Alexander, 39, who was famously married to Britney for just 55 hours in 2004 before it was annuled, shared a photograph of himself on Facebook on Wednesday at the Trump rally in Washington.

He can be seen with a gray beard wearing a denim jacket over a khaki sweater and a Trump 45 beanie hat, as he captioned the snap: "DC. Millions showed up."

Jason also shared a video on social media with the message: "Where all my patriots I'm on the Trump train what will you tell your grandkids."

While some followers left supportive comments underneath and told him to "stay safe," others slammed the pop star's ex from Kentwood, Louisiana.

One wrote: "And you sir are a d***head. No wonder Britney divorced your stupid a**."

His photo was also shared on Twitter by fan account @BritneyHiatus, with one Twitter user responding: "Yes, I'm friends with him on Facebook. He goes HARD for Trump. Totally uneducated based on his grammar."

Some branded him a "total embarrassment" and "trash," while one also added: "I used to like him till I found out he's a Trump supporter. No, thank you!"

He also previously shared a post which read: "I don't wear a mask bc I don't listen to tyrannical orders not voted on in a fair election.

"I don't consent to the mark of the beast practices and I don't value material shit and I'm locked and loaded ready to kill anyone or thing that trys to make me, now cowboy up all you bitches…. [sic]."

It is not known whether Jason was part of the mob that sieged the Capitol, and he is yet to update on his day from Washington.

Rioters yesterday stormed the building, forcing Members of Congress and Vice President Mike Pence to evacuate in bloody violent scenes which left four dead.

President Trump had just finished giving a speech – in which he made repeated baseless claims of voter fraud – when rioters tore down fencingand the situation turned violent.

Despite the riots, members of Congress met after the Capitol was cleared and officially confirmed Joe Biden as the president-elect.

Following the bloody scenes, several key members of the Trump administration have resigned.

Britney's ex was previously spotted at a #FreeBritney protest in Los Angeles amid her conservatorship battle late last year.

He claimed the pair had also reconnected via Facebook, telling The Sun: "Britney reached out to me three months ago. She found me via Facebook, messaged me and we got talking.

"She reached out because she wants us to have a relationship, whether that is friendship or more we will see.

“It was the first time we had talked for ten years. It brought up some new revelations that I wasn’t aware of.

“She’s ready to be out of her conservatorship. She basically said nothing has changed for her since the last time we spoke.

“The reason we stopped talking then was because I ended it because of the conservatorship, I was trying to do the right thing for her.

“We would speak on the phone and have intimate conversations but we couldn’t hang out, so I had to stop it.

“I told her I couldn’t wait for the conservatorship to end before seeing her and it’s a good thing I didn’t because it’s been 12 years now so I moved on with my life.

“But history comes around. She wasn’t sleeping well. I can’t imagine what it must be like being a prisoner in her own home.”

The Sun has reached out to Jason Alexander for comment.

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