After being infected with child support, Britney Spears and Kevin Federline have agreed.
According to The Blast, the "Toxic" singer has agreed to pay his ex-husband "thousands more for a month in
A representative of Spears and Federline's lawyer did not immediately leave the request for comments.
In May, Federline claimed 40, that he makes less than 1 percent of what Spears, 36, is in court records. The father of six – who shares sons Sean Preston, 13, and Jayden James, 12, with the pop star – claims he is currently earning $ 3,000 in the month and receives $ 20,000 ($ 1
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] "We believe that the reasonable needs for the children while they are in Kevin's custody are probably three times what he currently takes against ", tell me Federline lawyer Mark Vincent Kaplan about how much more child support he estimated that Spears would pay his client.  A source near the singer who previously told Entertainment Tonight "Kevin wants an increase in money and he can not account for where $ 20,000 goes."
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Federline has previously said in court records that one of the reasons for that he requested more money is because he is no longer able to act as a dancer because of my age, and I have not been so successful in putting out new music as I was in 2008.
He and Spears reached his seat Latest official support agreements for children in 2007 around the same time the singer's financial assets were concluded at a court-owned conservatory managed by her dad Jamie Spears.
Spears and Federline divorced in 2007 after almost three years of marriage. In 2013, Federline married Victoria Prince, with whom he welcomed two daughters, Jordan Kaye, 7, and Peyton Marie. 3. The former rapper and dancer are also father of the daughter Kori Madison, 16 and the son of Kaleb Michael, 14, with ex-husband Shar Jackson.