He is trying to get more free money and not actually getting a job

Once again, this former C list celebrity/reality star is showing who exactly he is by trying to get more free money and not actually getting a job.

Source: http://www.crazydaysandnights.net

Once again, this former C list celebrity/reality star is showing who exactly he is by trying to get more free money and not actually getting a job.

Kevin Federline

Kevin Federline Using Britney Spears Health Crisis to Bilk More Cash?!?

Courageously, Britney Spears checked herself into a mental health facility as she grapples with her father’s serious health crisis.

Officially, her ex and father of her children Kevin Federline has voiced his support for her strength and dedication to staying healthy.

But it turns out that, behind the scenes, he is allegedly plotting to use this incident to leverage even more money out of her.

Over a year ago, Kevin Federline sued to force Britney to give him more child support.

He was already receiving $20,000 per month from Britney to cover two young boys, Sean Preston and Jayden, for a fraction of said months.

Despite expectations to the contrary, Kevin got his wish.

The final amount of money that he managed to extort — sorry, receive — per month from Britney remains confidential.

But reports said that K-Fed secured himself a “significant increase” in monthly payouts.

Now, however, he allegedly wants more.

“They settled out of court in September,” an insider reminds RadarOnline.

“And,” the source claims. “Everyone was okay with the increase that Kevin was given.”

We are sure that Kevin, in particular, was loving it.

“But now he is asking for more money,” the insider notes.

The source explains that Kevin’s rationale for asking for more is “because he will need to care for the boys permanently for the time being.”

“Kevin has the kids right now,” the insider says.

“And,” the source continues. “They obviously don’t know what is really going on with their mother.”

Is that obvious? It’s everywhere in the news.- Source