RadarOnline posted a telephone conversation that allegedly took place between Britney Spears and Jason Alexander, a young man and friend of the artist with whom she was married for 55 hours in 2004.
The pop star says she was beaten by Jason Trawick, her present lover. According to Spears’ manager, Larry Rudolph, this story is totally false.
Star magazine reported that Jason Alexander secretly taped a conversation he had with Britney when she called him on October 10. Jason claims Britney “…told me that he hit her so hard it gave her a black eye. She said she couldn’t even leave the house for a week because of the bruising.”
In the recorded exchange, Alexander says: “How’s your problems with your fiancé?”
Britney answers: “That (bleep) is not my fiancé.”
Alexander: “I thought he proposed to you or something at the beach.”
Britney: “Before or after he beat on me?”
Later in the conversation, Britney mentions her father’s fury at the news, saying, “My dad has a shotgun and he’s just waiting to use it.”
Alexander has also granted an interview to the magazine. He says he wants to lift the veil on the situation of her friend and ex-wife to help her.
However, in an interview with Access Hollywood, Spears’ manager, Larry Rudolph, has denied the affair. According to him, Star and RadarOnline have made this case from scratch.
“The statements attributed to Jason Alexander are a complete fabrication as Britney has not had any form of communication with Mr. Alexander in years,” he says.
“This is just another example of the irresponsible nature of the tabloid media relying on shoddy sources and false information for the sole purpose of selling magazines, without regard to the truth and without regard to who they hurt in the process,” the rep continued.
One of Spears’ guards, Andrew Wallet, also denied the story in an interview with TMZ. The audio is wrong,” he said.
“Every aspect of the story published by Star Magazine is completely and utterly false,” he said. “Star magazine was informed of the falsity of the story before it was published. All the statements attributable to Jason Alexander [in the Star Magazine story] are completely fabricated.”
Wallet continues, “The audio recording posted on RadarOnline is a fraud and it is NOT Britney. The audio they are allegedly relying on between Britney and Jason Alexander is obviously fake and ridiculous — it is NOT HER. Jason Trawick has never abused her.
They have defamed Britney Spears and we will be taking appropriate legal action.”
In addition, TMZ had an audio expert listen to the recordings and decide whether they are fake or not. Arlo West, a certified forensic audio expert, said, “In my opinion, it’s not her voice in the recording. Listening to the phonetics, it doesn’t appear to be authentic,” adding, “the mannerisms in her voice just don’t match up.”