Britney Spears fans convinced they've worked out why Kevin Federline is moving their kids to Hawaii
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Britney Spears fans are convinced they've worked out why Kevin Federline is moving their kids to Hawaii.
Spears and Federline got hitched back in October 2004 but ended up divorcing just three years later in July 2007.
The 'Gimme More' singer has not seen her sons, Sean Preston, 17, and Jayden James, 16, in over a year following the termination of her highly controversial 13-year-long conservatorship back in November 2021.
She previously paid the father-of-six $20,000 every month in child support payments but that number was later increased in May 2018.
In Hawaii, child support is ordered for children up to the age of 23 as long as they are enrolled in full-time education or a vocational or trade school.
Fans are flocking to social media to share their theories on the matter, with one Twitter user claiming: "He’s doing this because the courts can force her to pay child support up to the age of 23 in Hawaii."
"Kevin desperately wanting to move to Hawaii is definitely child support related," penned another.
Many also noted the timing of the relocation which comes shortly after Federline - who is also a dad to four other children daughters Kori, 20, Jordan, 11, and Peyton, 9, and son Kaleb, 18 - was sued by his other children’s private Christian college-preparatory school based in California after owing more than a staggering $15,000 in tuition fees.
One fan tweeted: "Kevin Federline gets sued for not paying for the education of his kids and then decides to move to Hawaii where he can apply to get child support until Britney's boys are 23.
"It is painfully obvious Britney is still trapped and will be as long as so many people depend on her $$$."
"He’s exploiting her for money," another echoed, while a one user added: "They aren’t f***ing slick at all."
A final Twitter user posted: "So, allegedly, Kevin Federline wants to move his sons to Hawaii so that Britney has to continue paying him child support until the boys are 23! TERRIBLE!"
Despite the fan theories circulating online regarding Federline's motives behind the move, Spears’ attorney, Mathew Rosengart, has revealed she would 'not interfere with and consents to' the move to Hawaii.
UNILAD has reached out to both Britney Spears' and Kevin Federline's representatives for comment.