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Kevin Demands More Child Support From Ex Britney

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Source: BACKGRID

Feb. 23 2018, Published 5:14 p.m. ET

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Kevin Federline is in need of more money – and he’s in hopes his ex, Britney Spears will give it to him, RadarOnline.com has learned.

The Blast broke the news that Federline’s attorney, Mark Vincent Kaplan, sent a legal letter to the pop star’s team Thursday seeking to revisit child support discussions.

According to the report, Federline currently receives $20,000 a month in child support for the couple’s two sons, Jayden and Sean. The payment was based on Spears’ income at the time of their split.

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Spears was married to the former professional dancer from 2004-2007. Spears has since moved on and is happily dating hunky boyfriend, Sam Asghari, Radar reported.

Federline is reportedly seeking an increase in child support due to Spears’ growing success in recent years. The star recently finished her Las Vegas residency, where she raked in nearly $500K per show.

Then last month, the “Toxic” singer announced a world tour beginning later this year.

The legal letter reportedly did not detail how much Federline is seeking from his ex. Although Kaplan could not be reached for comment, an employee at the lawyer’s Los Angeles firm confirmed to Radar the letter does exist.

Spears’ income has been a topic of public consumption for years, as the singer is still under conservatorship of her father, Jamie.

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