Britney Spears' ex-husband Jason Alexander was reportedly arrested at a Tennessee airport this week for allegedly breaching security.
A spokesman at the Davidson County Sheriff's Office has confirmed that Jason was "booked into jail on Aug. 29 and released on Aug. 30" following an incident at the Nashville airport. The release came after posting a $2,500 bond, reports claim.
Jason also confirmed an airport incident occurred during an Instagram Live on Aug. 31, saying he ended up "in handcuffs because of something stupid."
While the 39-year-old didn't go into detail, Radar Online claimed Jason was "double-locked" in handcuffs and detained after he left the secure side of TSA at the Nashville airport. Britney's ex then wandered into a "non-secure area" before attempting to come back through TSA and skip the line.
A booking sheet appears to show his charge as an air security violation, which is a misdemeanor.
On his Instagram, Jason said the arrest was an "inconvenience."
The pop star and Jason, who grew up together in Louisiana, famously married at A Little White Wedding Chapel in Las Vegas in January 2004. Within 55 hours, the marriage was annulled.
Jason, who has been seen at a #FreeBritney rally, recently contended that he was duped into signing the annulment papers.
"They told me if I would sign the contracts — the annulment — they would let me and Britney continue our relationship, and if we felt the same way in six months, they would give us a proper marriage," he said on the "Toxic: The Britney Spears Story." "So I had no reason to believe otherwise."
The Tennessee arrest is actually Jason's second of the year. In February, Page Six reported that Jason was booked in Nashville on DUI and drug charges, including driving under the influence, unlawful use of drug paraphernalia and possession or casual exchange of a controlled substance. In 2015, he also spent four months in jail on domestic abuse charges.
A month before the DUI arrest this year, Jason attended the Jan. 6 Save America rally in Washington, D.C., to show his support for Donald Trump. It's not believed that Jason was among the mob that stormed the Capitol building as Congress affirmed Joe Biden's victory.