A new podcast is peddling a theory alleging that Britney Spears may have secretly married former fiancé Jason Trawick nine years ago, and it has documentation appearing to back the claims.
On a new episode of "Toxic: The Britney Spears Story," co-hosts Tess Barker and Babs Gray delved into an accounting report from the pop star's conservatorship case, and they noticed a $9,150 payment on Oct. 1, 2012, to the "law offices of Alexandra Leichter" for "consultation [on] dissolution of marriage."
Alexandra Leichter, based in Beverly Hills, is a family attorney who handles divorces.
The paperwork showed the payment listed under "conservatee's legal fees." (Britney, of course, is the conservatee in her conservatorship.)
According to Page Six, estate specialist Austin Bertrand spoke about the legal language of the filing.
"My assumption would be that those were legal services that were rendered directly for [Britney's] benefit and nobody else's," he said. "'Dissolution of marriage' only means one thing, which is divorce."
There are online theories that Britney's money was used to pay for a someone else's divorce.
In March, a Twitter user also posted a screenshot of the 2012 accounting information, but it went largely unnoticed. It shows three payments were made to Alexandra Leichter's office in July, August and September. The reason for two of the payments has been redacted.
Britney and Jason, her then-agent, began dating in spring 2009, and they got engaged in 2011. Jason was even named co-conservator of Brit's personal affairs a few months after popping the question.
In January 2013, Britney and Jason announced they split, and he stepped down as her co-conservator.