Britney Spears' attorneys sure are busy these days.The latest in a long line of legal woes for the "singer" came Thursday as a lawsuit was filed against her by former manager Johnny Wright.Britney Spears and Johnny Wright parted ways in 2003. The manager claims she contractually owes him commissions for deals negotiated on her behalf through February 2008. According to Wright, Brit stopped paying in December 2006.
Britney Spears: Sued yet again. Nothing new here.
"I have a great deal of affection and empathy for her. As you know, I was a part of her career from the early days," Wright said. "But a contractual disagreement can unfortunately only be resolved in the courts, despite my wishes!"Britney Spears later sacked Wright's replacement, Larry Rudolph.Meanwhile, financial details in the ongoing custody battle between Britney Spears and Kevin Federline were unsealed Thursday... and are eye-opening.According to papers submitted to the courts by Britney Spears:
- She earns $737,000 a month.
- She spends an average of $102,000 on entertainment, gifts and vacations; $16,000 on clothes; $4,758 on dining; and $2,500 on phone bills a month. She spends $49,267 onÂ mortgageÂ payments.
- She gives $500 a month to her charity, the Britney Spears Foundation.
Her ex-husband, Kevin Federline, meanwhile:
- Earned more than half a million in 2006 (mostly from endorsement deals), but only grossed $7,436 after business expenses.
- Receives $15,000 a month in child support from Spears. He could get more if he receives permanent custody of sons Sean Preston and Jayden James.
- rossed a staggering $3,330 in royalties from his 2006 debut track "Popozao." Talk about raking in the big bucks.