Los Angeles private school has chosen to dismiss its lawsuit against Kevin Federline, the DJ and former spouse of Britney Spears.
The school had accused Federline of owing over $15,000 in tuition fees for his two children. This information has been confirmed by Page Six.
Ron Chow, the attorney representing West Valley Christian School, filed a formal request for dismissal in the Los Angeles Superior Court last Wednesday.
Notably, the court's decision to dismiss the case is "with prejudice," which effectively prevents the school from refiling the same claim in the future.
Furthermore, a non-jury trial originally scheduled for November 5, 2024, has also been canceled by the court in light of this development.
Details regarding whether Kevin Federline and his wife, Victoria Prince, resolved the alleged outstanding balance of $15,593 for the education of their two daughters, Jordan (12 years old) and Peyton (9 years old), remain undisclosed in the documents obtained.
In a previous exclusive report by Page Six in May, it was revealed that Britney Spears, the renowned singer, had consented to her sons, Sean Preston and Jayden, relocating from their home state of California.
This decision came amid the ongoing estrangement between Spears and her boys.
It's worth noting that Kevin Federline, who was married to Britney Spears from October 2004 to July 2007, is also the father of two older children, Kori and Kaleb, with his ex-fiancée, Shar Jackson.