K-Fed’s Vegas Tab

Kevin Federline’s music career may not be earning him the big bucks but, according to documents filed by his attorney and released by the Los Angeles Superior Court April 3rd, he still managed to drop $43,000 in Las Vegas between May 2007 and this January.

According to the documents, filed in his custody battle with Britney Spears, he earned $9,849 in "music income" in 2007 but spent $74,102 on "music production" expenses.

K-Fed’s Vegas tab included $1,445 for clothing at Gianni Versace, $3,863 at TAO nightclub and $3,008 at the Hard Rock Beach Club.

For a $365 meal bill at Scores strip club, the aspiring rapper left behind a $2,000 tip.

Although Spears pays K-Fed $15,000 per month in child support for 2-year-old Sean Preston and 1-year-old Jayden James, and up until November paid him monthly spousal support payments of $20,000, Las Vegas has also helped to fill K-Fed’s pocketbook.

For a series of Las Vegas club appearances in December, he earned $50,000 and for appearing at his 29th birthday party at Pure nightclub in Vegas, he was paid $15,000.

Besides Sin City, he also has Nationwide car insurance to thank for paying the bills. His commercial for the car insurance company that aired during the Super Bowl, in which he portrayed rap star-turned-fry cook, earned him $377,000.

When the documents were filed in January, K-Fed still owed his attorney $343,834 in fees. In March, Spears’ divorce attorney argued that his attorneys were overcharging and that Spears shouldn’t have to pay the fees.

The Superior Court commissioner has consistently awarded Federline attorney fees.

His other expenses, according to the documents, included $1,500 per week for a nanny for his sons and business expenses like $2,500 per month for his manager. He also pays $18,228 per month in child support, rent and private school tuition for his children from a previous marriage.

Federline’s company, Gooseneck Productions, earned $544,075 in 2007 but spent $841,129.