Kevin Federline Celebrates 40th Birthday at Vegas Strip Club Amid Child Support Dispute With Britney Spears
By Brian Haas
Kevin Federline turned 40 on Saturday and celebrated his big day in true Vegas style: with a porn star, a money cannon, strippers and a DJ set.
Federline, the famous ex of pop superstar Britney Spears, took to the Crazy Horse III Gentlemen's Club in Las Vegas for his 40th birthday bash, where he was greeted with a massive birthday cake made to look like stacks of $100 bills (with his face on each bill), expensive booze and, of course, scantily clad dancers. He was accompanied by his wife, former volleyball player Victoria Prince, and his entourage.
Federline proceeded to do it up for his milestone birthday, munching on edamame, sipping Grey Goose cocktails, and shooting $200 worth of dollar bills out of a money cannon as porn star Juelz Ventura danced. Later, he got behind the turntables for his own DJ set, playing hits by Beyonce, Drake and Khia.
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Britney Spears' Father Wants to Know How Ex Kevin Federline Is Spending Her Money
While he didn't rock out to any Britney Spears tracks over the weekend, Federline may be seeing more of his ex-wife in the near future. The dancer and reality star has recently indicated that he's planning to take Spears to court to ask for more child support, in light of her own recent success in Vegas, with her Piece of Me residency and upcoming tour. Federline has sole custody of the former couple's two children together, son Sean and Jayden, and has been receiving $20,000 per month in child support.
But Spears' four-year run in Vegas has netted more than $100 million, prompting Federline's new effort to increase child support to at least double what it was.
An insider close to Spears, however, said her attorneys are questioning where Federline's current child support payments have been going, signaling that the issue is likely to land in court.
For more on this brewing battle, watch the video below.