Kevin Federline Wants More Child Support From Britney Spears

February 23, 2018 / Posted by:

Sigh, it seems like only yesterday when true his-and-her Juicy Couture love blossomed in the form of Britney Spears and Kevin Federline. They may have given everyone a reason to turn on UPN, but their love withered away. Even though Kevin never really got a real job and made his own money, he did step up as a dad during the Britney head-shave days and secured a $20,000 per month child support arrangement. But that was when Britney couldn’t be trusted to appear at so much as the opening of an IHOP. Now she’s raking in the dough, and K-Fed wants more PopoZão dollahs!

The Blast says Kevin’s attorney, Mark Vincent Kaplan, shot off a letter to Britney’s team looking to revisit the child support discussion. Even though $20,000 each month is a lot, Mark says that was a 2008-era Britney financial figure. 2018 Britney is a hydraulic machine (I mean that…see those “moves”? It’s hydraulics or nothing) who rules Las Vegas. She is said to have made $475,000 from each show in Vegas and got about $15 million a year from the residency. Let’s also not forget how much money she has to be earning from all that artwork she’s getting commissioned to do.

K-Fed’s child support is tied to how much time he’s with the kids as well as how much Britney earns so the kids live equally glam lives with either parent. In short, Preston and Jayden should never have to step foot in a trailer park unless it’s a holiday and they’re back in Louisiana on the hunt for cheesy grits. Mark’s letter doesn’t say an exact number, but it’s clear they are looking for a big increase. I imagine that for every five Von Dutch hats Britney has, Kevin wants three. Their argument is that Kevin was there for the highs, the lows, the Sam Lutfi years, and her Big Lots version of Madonna’s fake British accent. He should get six figures each week for that last one!


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