"Britney Spears has made a success of their Las Vegas shows."
"Now requires exmaken Kevin Federline more money in maintenance for their two sons."
"Federline claims that his current maintenance of approximately 160 000 kronor is not sufficient to take care of the children in the best way."
"Britney Spears married her three years older bakgrundsdansare Kevin Federline in 2004. In less than two years, the couple was the parents of two sons, Sean Preston and Jayden. At the same time surrounded by the rumors of abuse and the information that Kevin would be cheating."
"Britney Spears filed for divorce in november 2006. According to Page Six got Federline just over 10.7 million kronor at the divorce and a monthly maintenance of around 160 000 sek. "
"But now you want to Federline have more money. The former couple are in dispute about the maintenance of the sons, Federline claims is insufficient. "
"Sources said to TMZ that the Federlines lawyer pointed out that Britney's sold-out shows in Las Vegas changed the sons lifestyle to adopt than more extravagant dimensions. Federline believes, therefore, that his current maintenance is not sufficient to match it, and that he can't take care of the boys in the best way."
"But the star's dad, Jamie Spears, became suspicious. During a meeting countered instead that the question was Federlines current maintenance takes the road, writes TMZ. According to him, the Britney Spears Las Vegas-success not have affected sons lifestyle."
"Federline demanded still double the amount compared to what he gets today. Team Spears has rejected his desire – but offered him a financial perspective, which must have angered Federline, says The Blast. "
"Take the hit show to Sweden"
"Britney Spears has over the past four years made a success with her show ”Britney: Piece of me” at The Axis at Planet Hollywood resort and casino in Las Vegas."
"Now switching her out of sin city and takes the show to Europe. She plays at the Göransson arena in Sandviken, sweden on 11 August. The stop is also the only one in Sweden."