Kevin Federline's attorney is denying reports that Federline is trying to sell a sex tape he allegedly made with estranged wife Britney Spears.
"There is not a sex video of Kevin and Britney in existence," Federline's attorney, Mark Vincent Kaplan, says in a statement issued Tuesday.
"It goes without saying that the stories of Kevin attempting to sell such a video are patently false and anyone who reports that they have information of such attempts is either lying or reporting the lie of someone else," the statement continues.
On Nov. 12, the British tabloid News of the World reported that Federline, who is seeking spousal support and custody of his and Spears's two sons, was trying to sell the alleged tape and had already been offered nearly $50 million.
Spears, 24, filed for divorce from Federline, 28, on Nov. 7 after two years of marriage.
The statement from Federline's attorney concludes: "It would be impossible to comment upon and correct all of the other misinformation about Kevin that appears on a daily basis and consequently no attempt has been made, or will be made, to do so. I hope that the public and media will keep this in mind before assuming accuracy of facts from Kevin's silence."