The child support drama between the “Toxic” singer Britney Spears and her ex-husband, Kevin Federline has finally ended. The tussle between the two has been raging since February when Spears was ordered by Court to pay Federline $110,000 as legal fees of the former dancer and some money turned over to the Benchmark Resolution Group.

Kevin earns a fraction of what the former wife earns

Federline 40 had claimed that he earns one percent of what his former wife earns in documents presented before the court. Federline is a father of six children and has two kids Sean Preston, 13, and Jayden James, 12, from his marriage with Britney Spears.

Federline married Victoria Prince and had two daughters, Jordan Kaye, 7, and Peyton Marie, three from this marriage.

Federline also fathered a daughter Kori Madison, 16, and son Kaleb Michael, 14, with ex-fiancée Shar Jackson. Federline said he earned only $3000 a month and got $20,000 for taking care of two kids. Federline further added that Spears yearly income touches $34,000,000 per year.

Age has taken its toll

Federline’s attorney Mark Vincent Kaplan told PEOPLE that the needs of the kids who are under Kevin’s custody would require almost thrice the amount which Kevin was receiving.

Federline had earlier claimed that he sought more money because he could no longer perform due to his age and his career graph is not what it was in 2007.

At the beginning of the legal battle, Federline counsel asked for $60,000 as maintenance money for the two kids. Spears team offered to pay an additional $10,000 per month which was rejected by Federline counsel.

The wide gap in earnings

One of the reasons for Federline's request for more child support could be his feeling of insecurity ever since Britney started spending more time with her sons.

This could have led to a worsening of relation s between the former partners. Britney and her former husband rarely talk, and all communications are done through their attorneys.

Spears is currently starring in a host of commercials. In April 2018, Epic Rights announced a new partnership with Spears to debut her own fashion line in 2019, which would include clothing, fitness apparel, accessories, and electronics.

Spears is also slated to perform at the Formula One Grand Prix in Austin in October 2018

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