What does he have that I don’t? Britney spawn.
These are the moments when I’m glad I’m nowhere near a celebrity. I hate to think that I was I’d be something like Kevin Federline but I know in the back of my diseased little head; I’d do the exact same thing. (boldface mine)
The $2 million he received when his and Britney’s house in Malibu was sold is gone, as well as the $500,000 he received for two years of marriage. The money he earned from photos, interviews and personal appearances - estimated to be in the hundreds of thousands - has also been spent. And despite getting a $5,000-a-month increase in child support last spring - bringing it from $15,000 to $20,000 - his spare-no-expense existence is proving to be more than his wallet can handle.
Kevin was renting a $7,500-a-month, five-bedroom home in Tarzana, Calif., that he shared with his sons, their nanny, Kevin’s girlfriend Victoria Prince, brother Chris Federline, best friend Jimmy Federico and a few part-time bodyguards. Kevin’s food bill is more than $2,000 a month. He claims he needs to have the boys, Sean, 3, and Jayden, 2 , on a special diet because they are picky eaters and suffer from allergies. He always has a fully stocked bar with top-shelf liquors, which cost him an average of $500-$800 a month. Utilities run $1,500, the nanny’s monthly salary is $2,800, and the bodyguards get $3,000 a month, added the source.
“Kevin can’t afford the rent, his help, the food and the booze it takes to keep up the place.” (National Enquirer)
$2000 a month in food??? Shit, I thought I ate alot; I mean shit, just look at him!!
Actually, add glasses, shave the beard, and tan this fucker to a golden brown and you’ve got me.
… shit, I’m gonna put my head in the microwave. C ya.