A judge has found there is sufficient evidence for a man once briefly married to Britney Spears to go on trial for stalking.
Jason Alexander crashed the wedding of Spears and Sam Asghari in Los Angeles earlier this month.
Image: PA Image: PA A JUDGE HAS found there is sufficient evidence for a man once briefly married to Britney Spears to go on trial for stalking.Around 200 abortion rights campaigners marched through Dublin city this afternoon.LIV golf series moves sharply back into focus after US Open moratorium ] Saudi Arabia has hosted exhibition tennis events, with world number one Daniil Medvedev winning the inaugural Diriyah Tennis Cup in Saudi Arabia in 2019, which featured a $3 million prize pot.It follows last Friday's Supreme Court decision to overturn the constitutional right to the procedure for American women.
After a two-hour preliminary hearing, Ventura County Judge David Worley ruled that 40-year-old Jason Allen Alexander should be held to answer on the charge, along with misdemeanor counts of trespassing, vandalism and battery, court records showed.Advertisement Not guilty pleas to all the charges were entered by an attorney for Alexander, who did not attend and remains imprisoned.Abortion rights march from Stephen's Green heading to US Embassy @rtenews pic.Spears married longtime boyfriend Sam Asghari at her home in Thousand Oaks, California on 9 June in front of several dozen guests including Selena Gomez, Drew Barrymore, Paris Hilton and Madonna.“I know a number of the other guys on the tour were offered to play there,” he said.Alexander, a childhood friend of Spears to whom she was married for less than three days in 2004, appeared uninvited at the house before the ceremony, livestreaming his raid on Instagram.com/iLlZeeG1mb — Dyane Connor (@Dyaneconnor) June 26, 2022 The protesters marched to the US Embassy in Ballsbridge where speeches took place.Richard Eubler, a since-fired security guard for Spears, testified at Monday’s hearing that Alexander got inside her house and up to the locked door of Spears’ bedroom while she was inside, according to multiple media reports.In Republican-led Texas, where a ban on abortions after six weeks of pregnancy went into effect last year, a judge in Harris County will hear arguments tomorrow on whether to block officials from enforcing pre-Roe v Wade abortion prohibitions.
#Open journalism No news is bad news Support The Journal Your contributions will help us continue to deliver the stories that are important to you Support us now The ex-guard said Alexander had also tried to enter the property in the days before the wedding.Speaking outside the US Embassy, she said the ruling is a declaration of war on women and"the burden will fall on the most vulnerable, and that is a disgrace".” The grass court Grand Slam begins on Monday, with Murray facing Australia’s James Duckworth in the first round.Alexander’s lawyer, Sandra Bisignani, argued there was no evidence he had any intention of harming Spears..Rally underway outside US embassy pic.
Abortion rights campaigners hold Dublin marchAround 200 abortion rights campaigners marched through Dublin city to the US Embassy in Ballsbridge in the wake of the US Supreme Court ruling on Friday overturning the Roe vs Wade ruling. I'm sure there's blind panic in DC caused over this 🙄 Did we not have a referendum about that? So they are protesting the US Constitution being upheld by SCOTUS and the decision being sent back to the individual states? Irish politicians really love making their supporters look like uninformed morons by getting them to do this.😂
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Louisiana judge blocks statewide ban on abortionA US judge today blocked a statewide ban on abortion in Louisiana and clinics in Idaho, Kentucky, Mississippi and Texas sued seeking similar relief. Merely a charade to distract the workers, particularly trans workers of the ever growing dangers around us… Does RTÉ take sides when reporting
Roe v Wade celebrities react as abortion rights under threat | Her.ieThe US Supreme Court has overturned the historic Roe v Wade ruling that legalised abortion across America. Here's what celebrities have been saying.
Lorde says ‘f**k the Supreme Court’ during Glastonbury set after abortion rulingLorde took a moment to slam the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe vs Wade, a ruling that made abortion legal nationwide in the US almost 50 years ago