BRITNEY'S EX ISN'T WORTH A FED CENT
By LAURA ITALIANO
August 31, 2007 --
Pop-tard Britney Spears makes $737,868 a month - while K-Fed earns zilch, according to the latest documents in the fractured couple's kid custody battle.
Spears "is clearly the moneyed party in this case," Kevin Federline's lawyer writes in papers filed Monday in Los Angeles and obtained yesterday by The Post.
Federline is hoping to win 70/30 custody of their children - and commensurate child support - from Spears. For now, though, his lawyers merely want $150,000 toward legal bills.
He's broke, his lawyers admit in the filing - his income totaling zero after business expenses, despite the $20,000 a month in spousal support Spears is already forking over.
Those monthly payments stop on Nov. 15, the papers note.
Federline's papers also demand that Spears stop stalling and pick a date to be grilled by his lawyers. The deposition needs to happen quickly, the lawyers argue - in advance of their next hearing date of Sept. 17.
Spears skipped her previous deposition appointment, for Aug. 20, because her lawyer went on vacation, the papers say.
"I must insist that you contact me to immediately schedule the first available date for commencement of Britney's deposition," K-Fed's lawyer, Mark Kaplan, wrote Spears' legal team the day after she skipped her appearance.
Already on tap for deposition by Team K-Fed are Spears' assistant, "designated sober companion," former business manager, bodyguard, assistant and nanny.
The filing also accuses Spears of stonewalling Federline's demands for the names of her current nannies, assistants and bodyguards.