Michael isn't the only Jackson to apparently have money woes.
In court documents exclusively obtained by RadarOnline.com, Michael's brother Jermaine Jackson has filed for a petition to decrease his spousal support to his ex-wife of nine years, Alejandra.
In Jackson's petition, he says his main source of income was from the reality show Big Brother, which was a one-time event and paid him $450,000.
At the time, the judge ordered Jackson pay $3,749 per month child support and an additional $7,762 spousal support.
Jackson stated "In 2008, my annual gross income was $10,713 which breaks down to $892.75 gross income per month."
Jackson also says in 2008, his entertainment company entered into a one-time contract for $35,000 with a company, and that his corporation operated at a net loss.
He claims that Alejandra has annual income of $24,000 and that he has provided her with a house for her and the kids to live in.
He wants the court to modify child support and he wants her to pay his attorney fees, which are $1800.
The couple have two children, Jaafar and Jermajesty.
The next hearing in this case will be held March 23.