Britney Spears thinks the court system is a “Circus” — according to Kevin Federline.
Federline’s attorney Mark Vincent Kaplan filed papers in their ongoing legal battle over child support, accusing her of using her celebrity status to go around the court’s procedural system, according to court documents obtained by The Blast.
“The California Superior Court is not the Coachella Music Festival, there are no front of the line VIP passes,” he wrote.
Kaplan claimed that he hasn’t received any documents that he has requested and accused her of skipping her deposition, saying the system must be “different in the Rich and Famous edition of the California Family Code.”
But her attorney Laura Wasser argued that his “overly broad” requests are a form of harassment since Spears pays Federline on time and funds their kids’ activities anyway.
The judge ultimately agreed with Spears.
Page Six reported in February that Federline, 40, filed papers in court asking for more child support from Spears, 36 over their two sons Sean Preston, 12, and Jayden James, 11. He rejected an offer from the songstress’ dad and conservator Jamie in March. As of May, Federline wanted $60,000 per month in support.
Reps for Federline and Spears didn’t immediately get back to us.
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