Kevin Federline and Victoria Federline Sued

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Kevin Federline and Victoria Federline are being sued by West Valley Christian School over unpaid tuition of USD$16,000.

Kevin Federline, the former backup-dancer and ex-husband of pop star Britney Spears, along with his wife, Victoria Federline, have been named as defendants in a lawsuit filed by the West Valley Christian School. The school, a California-based nonprofit corporation, alleges that the couple breached a written agreement by failing to pay for educational services rendered.

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The lawsuit, filed on May 9th, 2023, by the law firm of Gardener, Riechmann & Chow at the Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles, seeks payment of an outstanding balance amounting to $15,593, plus prejudgment interest at an annual rate of 10 percent dating back to May 16, 2019.

According to the legal documents, the school entered into a contract with the Federlines on August 1, 2018, wherein the couple agreed to compensate the school for the services provided to their child. However, the plaintiff alleges that the Federlines breached the agreement on May 16, 2019, by not paying for services that had been provided on credit.

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Kevin Federline and Victoria Federline Sued

Despite demands made by the school, the Federlines have allegedly refused and continue to refuse to pay the outstanding balance, causing damages to the plaintiff.

The plaintiff asserts they have fulfilled all obligations to the defendants, except those they were prevented or excused from performing. The lawsuit not only seeks the unpaid sum and accrued interest but also attorney fees as per an agreement or by statute.

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Kevin Federline and Victoria Federline are being sued by West Valley Christian School

The suit also includes unnamed defendants, identified as “Does 1 to 10, inclusive,” whose identities are currently unknown to the plaintiff. The lawsuit will be updated with the real names and capacities of these defendants once they have been ascertained.

It remains to be seen how the Federlines will respond to the allegations in the lawsuit. Representatives for Kevin and Victoria Federline did not immediately respond to requests for comments.

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