Kevin Federline’s Net Worth – Everything You Need To Know

Kevin Federline’s Net Worth:Kevin Federline is an American dancer, “rapper,” fashion model, and actor with a net worth of $1.5 million. Federline is best known for being the ex-husband of Britney Spears. In 2005, the pair created and starred in the UPN reality show “Britney & Kevin: Chaotic.” In 2006, Kevin released his studio album “Playing with Fire,” which included the songs “PopoZo,” “Lose Control,” and “Privilege.” Federline has appeared in the television shows “The Drew Carey Show” (2001), “Will & Grace” (2002), “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” (2006), and “One Tree Hill” (2008), as well as the films “You Got Served” (2004), “The Onion Movie” (2008), and “American Pie Presents The Book of Love” (2009). (2010). (2009).

Spousal Support

When Kevin and Britney divorced in 2008, Britney was due to start paying $20,000 per month in spousal support. Years later, the amount was thought to have been increased to $40,000 per month. Kevin requested a $60,000 increase in monthly support in 2019, claiming that he did not earn enough money to sustain their two sons. They came to an arrangement fast, but the ultimate amount was kept secret.

Spousal Support

Early Life

Kevin Federline was born Kevin Earl Federline on March 21, 1978, in Fresno, California. His mother, Julie, was a former bank teller, and his father, Mike, was a mechanic. Kevin Federline’s parents divorced when he was eight years old, and he and his brother, Chris, joined Julie in Carson City, Nevada. Three years later, Kevin and Chris moved in with their father in Fresno. Federline dropped out of high school during his freshman year and began dancing with the non-profit Dance Empowerment, subsequently receiving his GED. Kevin went on to work as a backup dancer for artists such as Michael Jackson, Pink, Destiny’s Child, and Justin Timberlake, the ex-boyfriend of his future bride.


In 2001, Federline made his debut as a dancer in Christina Milian’s “AM to PM” and Pink’s “Get the Party Started” music videos, followed by Britney Spears’ “My Prerogative” video in 2004 and Weezer’s “Pork and Beans” video in 2008. In 2005, he appeared in the five-episode reality series “Britney & Kevin: Chaotic” and released his first single, “Y’All Ain’t Ready.” He released his lone album, “Playing with Fire,” in October 2006, and later released the tracks “Rollin’ V.I.P” (2007) and “Hollywood” (2016), as well as performing on two Ya Boy tracks, “You Should” (2008) and “Expectations” (2016). 

In 2006, Kevin modelled for the Blue Marlin clothing company in an advertisement for Five Star Vintage clothing. From 2006 to 2007, he appeared on several episodes of “WWE Raw,” including the Cyber Sunday pay-per-view event, and in January 2007, he defeated John Cena in the ring. (With the assistance of Umaga and Johnny Nitro) In 2007, Federline starred in a commercial for Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company, which aired during Super Bowl XLI. He competed on the reality show “Celebrity Fit Club” in 2010 and “Excess Baggage,” another weight-loss competition show, in 2012. While filming “Excess Baggage,” Kevin was hospitalised for “heat stress,” and he was hospitalised again two months later after falling and experiencing chest difficulties.

Personal Life

Cori was born on July 31, 2002 and Kaleb was born on July 20, 2004. Kevin began dating Britney Spears before Kaleb was born. After three months of dating, they got engaged in July 2004 and married on September 18th. Federline and Spears weren’t legally married until October 6th, due to a pending prenuptial agreement. Kevin and Britney split in July 2007, leaving Sean (born September 14, 2005) and Jayden (born September 14, 2007) as their only children (born September 12, 2006). Britney lost physical custody of their sons in October 2007 when Kevin requested that their sons’ custody be changed from 50-50 to 70-30.

Kevin Federline’s Personal Life

Spears was taken to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center on January 3, 2008, after police responded to “a custody dispute involving Britney Spears’ children.” Federline now has sole legal and physical custody of Sean and Jayden as a result of the incident. In July 2008, Britney was granted visitation rights and forced to pay Kevin $20,000 per month in child support. The former couple changed the parenting arrangement to 70-30 in Federline’s favour in August 2019.