How hard up is Kevin to earn a buck on his own?
A major cable network has offered Kevin $200,000 for a sit-down, sources reveal to E! News exclusively—and he's seriously considering the offer.
"Of course, he's [also] been offered as much as a half million dollars for an interview," said a source close to Kevin. "But he'd have to talk about Britney."
That, however, is the one topic Federline has insisted is off-limits.
"But it doesn't matter, he can still make some money without talking about Britney," says a Kevin pal.
Really? So, what is K-Fed gonna talk about?
"He wants to talk about his acting, which he wants to do more of," said Kevin's friend. "And about his music producing, which he's still into."
And he'll talk about his struggles as a single dad.
"He can talk about fatherhood, without going into all the stuff with Britney," reveals our insider. "He can talk about everything else, just not his ex-wife directly."
Our source declined to say which cable company is negotiating with Kevin, but Federline may be waiting to see if he can drum up a competing offer, according to another source close to the negotiations.
Kevin's attorney, Mark Vincent Kaplan, and manager, Dan Dymtrow, are reportedly helping him set up the deal, which first came up three weeks ago.
A call to Kaplan's office for comment was not returned.
"True, $200,000 is a lot of money," the insider close to the negotiations said. "But believe it or not, there could be people willing to pay even more."
Given the legal wrangling over Britney's estate, we say go for what you can, Kevin. Somebody's gonna have to put Sean Preston and Jayden James through college, and it may not be mommy.