Britney Spears’ fans are suspicious of her ex-husband Kevin Federline’s intention to move their two sons, Sean Preston and Jayden James, to Hawaii. Fans suggest that he wants to make use of the state’s extended child support laws that order child support for children up to the age of 23 if they are enrolled full-time in college, vocational or trade school.
Child support related move?
Several Twitter users suggest that Federline’s move to Hawaii is child support-related. They believe that the courts can force Spears to pay child support for her sons up to the age of 23 in Hawaii. One critic points out that Federline’s move comes at a suspicious time when he is being sued by his other children’s private Christian college-preparatory school in California for owing more than $15,000 in tuition.
Exploiting Spears for money
Some people argue that Federline is exploiting Spears for money, and the move to Hawaii is a strategy to get more child support from the pop star. Fans believe that Spears is still trapped and will be as long as so many people depend on her money.
Spears Consents to Federline’s Move
Despite fans’ theories about Federline’s motives, Spears’ attorney, Mathew Rosengart, has revealed that the pop star would “not interfere with and consents to” Federline moving to Hawaii with their sons. Federline’s wife, Victoria Prince, has reportedly secured a job in Hawaii, which begins in August.
Britney Spears’ fans are convinced that Kevin Federline’s move to Hawaii is child support-related. They suggest that Federline wants to take advantage of Hawaii’s extended child support laws to get more money from Spears. Despite fans’ theories, Spears’ attorney has revealed that she consents to Federline moving to Hawaii with their sons. Federline’s wife has reportedly secured a job in Hawaii, and the family is planning to leave Los Angeles in July after Preston graduates from high school.