Britney Spears, left, and ex-husband Kevin Federline, right, met in the court Friday after Federline insisted Spears her child support payment to him.
Britney Spears and her legal team are preparing for a legal showdown with her ex-husband Kevin Federline, 40, Friday in Los Angeles superior court about whether or not he was eligible to be paid in child support for the two children he shares with the pop superstar.
According to TMZ, Spears is paying Federline $20,000 per month in child support if their children’s tuition and school costs, clothing, extracurricular activities and many other expenses to the tune of almost $35,000 per month – but, Federline wants more.
Federline’s lawyer reportedly demanded $60,000 a month from Spears, 36, which she and her conservator, Jamie Spears have refused to pay for that claim that he did not contribute financially to each of their two children.
The outlet also reports that Spears’ camp has agreed to the increase of the amount of the payout of $10,000, but that’s it.
The point of the Friday hearing is to determine exactly what Federline needs for the children, but his lawyer wants to sift by means of Spears’ finances to dial in on how much the “Oops…I Did It Again” singer, according to TMZ.
Spears began a Las Vegas residency in 2013, spread over four years and ended in 2017. In that time , her show netted more than $135 million in ticket sales.
Spears and Federline have been divorced since 2007 and Federline has four other children besides the two he shares with Spears.