Britney Spears and Kevin Federline have worked out a new child-support plan, it’s been reported.
According to The Blast, Spears, 36, will now pay “thousands more a month” to her ex-husband, 40, after it was suggested last year that the dancer wanted the amount he received raised.
The former couple, who were married between 2004 and 2007, share sons Sean Preston, 13, and Jayden James, 12.
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The Blast reported that Federline and his attorney, Mark Vincent Kaplan, were seen leaving the office of Spears’ lawyer, Laura Wasser, this week.
It was previously claimed that K-Fed was receiving around $20,000 a month from the “…Baby One More Time” hitmaker, who is thought to be worth a whopping $56 million due to her Las Vegas residency and countless smash hits.
The publication reported that Federline, who claimed he can no longer get hired for dancing jobs due to his age, felt the amount of child support he received should reflect Spears’ huge earnings.
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The singer was also reportedly ordered to pay K-Fed $100,000 to cover his legal fees and expenses.
ET Canada has reached out to Spears and Federline’s reps for further comments.