As Britney Spears and Kevin Federline’s heated custody battle rages on, an attorney for Britney filed a motion to delay a Sept. 17 custody hearing, according to court papers obtained by “Access Hollywood.”
In the papers filed in Los Angeles Superior Court, the pop star’s monthly income was also revealed.
According to Federline’s attorney Mark Vincent Kaplan, Britney rakes in an average of $737,868 per month.
The documents, stemming from the couple’s Aug. 27 hearing, also reveal Federline is receiving $20,000 a month in spousal support. However, that payment ends on Nov. 15.
The redaction-laden documents also reveal a list of six parties who have been or will be subpoenaed by Federline’s camp in his push for custody of the couple’s two kids, Sean Preston (23 months) and Jayden James (11 months).
The list includes Spears’ former assistant Shannon Funk, former bodyguard Daimon Shippen, former manager Larry Rudolph, pal Alli Sims, the Promises Treatment Center, Brit’s designated sober companion Dr. Betty Wyman and her former nanny Christine Hallet.
Rudolph was subpoenaed during a visit to an Los Angeles tanning salon on Thursday, a source confirmed to “Access Hollywood.”
But while the previous subpoenas were handed out by Aaron Cohen, referred to in the press as “Kevin’s commando,” People magazine described Rudolph’s processor as a “5-foot-8 brunette (female) in black slacks and a buttoned-up shirt.”
Earlier this month, Rudolph phoned “Access Hollywood’s” Billy Bush to jokingly say he was on vacation “hiding out from Kevin’s processors” after friends told Rudolph that Federline’s camp had been looking for him.
“When I come back, I’m sure they’ll find me,” he joked to Bush.