Britney Spears finally reaches agreement in child support case with ex-husband
Britney Spears has reportedly reached an agreement with her ex-husband Kevin Federline regarding an increase of the child support that she pays monthly.
It is believed that the pop singer's attorney, Laura Wasser, met with the former dancer's legal representative, Mark Vincent Kaplan, to settle the deal after intense negotiations.
The former couple agreed on a value that satisfied both parts after Federline complained that he wasn't getting enough money to support their children's lifestyle.
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From what the outlet has learned, Federline believed that the $20,000 a month that Spears paid him wasn't proportional to the life that she has been leading.
He also admitted that he could no longer find work as a dancer due to his age and that he has been having trouble "making ends meet."
Spears' father, Jaime, offered Federline an extra $10,000 every month if he dropped the case, but his attorney told him to not to take the money.
HE SAW HIS OPPORTUNITY AND TOOK IT
Spears is reportedly worth $56 million and keeps on making money every day, allowing her to live a rich and worry-free lifestyle, which was why Federline opted for a new child support deal.
A parent should always be on the lookout for opportunities to provide their children with the best life possible, and the former dancer didn't want to miss his.
JOLIE AND PITT'S BATTLE
In a similar case back in August, Angelina Jolie accused Brad Pitt of not paying enough child support and argued that Pitt failed to "comply with the agreement."
Angelina Jolie is claiming in court documents obtained by CNN that Brad Pitt is not pulling his weight when it comes to child support for their six children https://t.co/4k4Ol4yUZ1 pic.twitter.com/fVRD5aMact— CNN (@CNN) August 8, 2018
Mindy Nyby, a spokeswoman for the actress, shared that she was only trying to ensure that the payment routine was followed and that it was important to trust each other as co-parents.