Kevin Federline’s Net Worth
Kevin Federline has a net worth of $1.5 million and is an American dancer, “rapper,” fashion model, and actor. Federline is perhaps most known for being Britney Spears’ ex-husband. The couple produced and appeared in the UPN reality show “Britney & Kevin: Chaotic” in 2005. Kevin’s studio album “Playing with Fire,” as well as the songs “PopoZo,” “Lose Control,” and “Privilege,” were released in 2006. Federline has appeared in a number of television shows, including “The Drew Carey Show” (2001), “Will & Grace” (2002), “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” (2006), and “One Tree Hill” (2008), as well as the films “You Got Served” (2004), “The Onion Movie” (2008), and “American Pie Presents: The Book of Love” (2010). (2009).
Britney was supposed to start paying $20,000 a month in spousal support when Kevin and Britney first divorced in 2008. Years later, it is thought that the amount was increased to $40,000 every month. Kevin wanted an increase in monthly support to $60,000 in 2019, stating he did not earn enough money to raise their two sons. They quickly came to an agreement, but the final figure was kept under wraps.
Kevin Federline was born Kevin Earl Federline in Fresno, California, on March 21, 1978. Julie, his mother, was a former bank teller, and Mike, his father, was a mechanic. Federline’s parents split when he was eight years old, and Kevin and his brother, Chris, moved to Carson City, Nevada, with Julie. Kevin and Chris moved in with their father in Fresno three years later. Federline dropped out of high school during his freshman year and began performing with the Dance Empowerment non-profit group, earning his GED later. Kevin went on to perform as a backup dancer for musicians including Michael Jackson, Pink, Destiny’s Child, and Justin Timberlake, his future wife’s ex-boyfriend.
Federline first appeared as a dancer in Christina Milian’s “AM to PM” and Pink’s “Get the Party Started” music videos in 2001, then in Britney Spears’ “My Prerogative” video in 2004 and Weezer’s “Pork and Beans” video in 2008. In 2005, he starred in “Britney & Kevin: Chaotic,” a five-episode reality series, and released his first single, “Y’All Ain’t Ready.” In October 2006, he released his lone album, the critically criticised “Playing with Fire,” and he later released the tracks “Rollin’ V.I.P” (2007) and “Hollywood” (2016), as well as appearing on two Ya Boy tracks, “You Should” (2008) and “Expectations” (2016). (2016).
Kevin appeared for the Blue Marlin garment firm in advertising for Five Star Vintage clothes in 2006. He featured on multiple episodes of “WWE Raw” from 2006 to 2007, including the Cyber Sunday pay-per-view event, and he defeated John Cena in the ring in January 2007. (with help from Umaga and Johnny Nitro). Federline starred in a Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company commercial that aired during Super Bowl XLI in 2007. In 2010, he competed on the reality show “Celebrity Fit Club,” and in 2012, he appeared on “Excess Baggage,” another weight-loss competition show. Kevin was hospitalised for “heat stress” while filming “Excess Baggage,” and he was hospitalised again two months later after falling and experiencing chest problems.
Cori was born on July 31, 2002, and Kaleb was born on July 20, 2004. Kevin began dating Britney Spears before Kaleb was born. After three months of dating, they got engaged in July 2004 and married on September 18th. Due to a pending prenuptial agreement, Federline and Spears weren’t legally married until October 6th. Kevin and Britney divorced in July 2007, leaving two boys, Sean (born September 14, 2005) and Jayden (born September 12, 2006). Kevin eventually requested that their sons’ custody be modified from 50-50 to 70-30, and Britney lost physical custody in October 2007.
On January 3, 2008, Spears was brought to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center after police responded to “a custody dispute involving Britney Spears’ children.” The incident gave Federline sole legal and physical custody of Sean and Jayden. Britney was granted visitation privileges in July 2008, and she was ordered to pay Kevin $20,000 a month in child support. In August 2019, the former couple amended the custody arrangement to 70-30 in Federline’s favour.
Their daughters are Jordan (born Aug. 15, 2011) and Peyton (born Aug. 10, 2013). (born April 4, 2014). Federline owing the IRS $57,615.39 in overdue taxes in 2013.