Kevin Federline has lied about his income and charged up some ridiculous expenses, including enormous tips, according to new court documents.
Britney Spears' newest lawyer, Stacy Phillips, filed documents challenging the legal fees that Brit was ordered to pay for the FedEx man, TMZ reports.
Phillips claims K-Fed "understated his income by at least $200,000."
The attorney also says that Kevin Federline buried all sorts of personal expenses and pretended to have $800,000 worth of business expenses.
This upstanding guy and dad to Sean Preston and Jayden James Federline grossed $544,074.73 from his production company, "Gooseneck Productions," in 2007.
He said his expenses were $841,128.67, which raised Stacy Phillips' eyebrows.
She said that Federlizzle's so-called "business expenses" included "extraordinarily high tips for food and beverage services, e.g., $1,100.76 tip on $2,782 bill; $200 tip on $371.29 bill; and $2,000 tip on $365 bill (at Scores no less).
Well, at least we know K-Fed is not a cheapskate like those dudes who pay 10 percent on the bill no matter how large it is... man, those people suck.
Some of these fine institutions billed charges to Federline's credit card business accounts: Ralph's, Babies 'R Us, Encino Park Liquor, Garrett Popcorn Shop, Blockbuster, Ikea, Smart & Final, Onstar Service Plan, Big Fish Games, Target, Boston Market, Big 5 Sporting Goods, Party House Liquor, Waste Management, Quiznos, The Spirit Shoppe, Roundtable Pizza, Honey Baked Ham, Burger King, Foot Locker, The Liquor Works, PF Chang's, Victoria's Secret, Privilege, Ann Taylor, Wendy's, Chili's, NikeTown, In N' Out Burger, and of course, Corbin Liquor.
That's how he rolls, folks. Mark Vincent Kaplan had no comment.