Radar has learned the pop star's former flame has only raised $36 towards his $10,000 target.
The first ex-Mr. Britney Spears started the GoFundMe to raise money to hire a legal team. He's hoping to raise enough money to fight back against the airport officers who arrested him.
But so far, only four people have donated to Jason's fund — with the highest amount being just $20.
Three other generous fans have given $6 and $5. They've decided to donate anonymously and hiding their identity.
But Jason isn't giving up. "I'm still asking for help," he said in a video. "Lawyers ain't cheap and this situation is probably going to cost me at least $10,000."
Jason made it to Los Angeles after returning to the scene of the crime.
As Radar reported, Britney's ex went back to the Nashville airport on Thursday and successfully attempted to catch another flight to Southern California, just four days after being detained.
Revealing that this time, he got through TSA without any hiccups, Jason filmed himself in the Golden State while explaining the situation.
Chalking the whole arrest up to a "mistake," Jason scoffed at the arrest by saying, "I was not a threat."
Radar told you first — Britney's former husband was "double-locked" in handcuffs after he wandered into a non-secure area before attempting to come back through TSA and skip the line.
Jason spent the night at the Davidson County Sheriff's Office. He was released the following morning after posting a $2,500 bond.
He was hit with a misdemeanor. The charge appeared to be listed as an air security violation.
Jason's due in court over the matter on September 24, but not before he's scheduled to appear before a judge in a non-related DUI case.
His arrest comes just 7 months after he was detained and charged with three misdemeanors including driving under the influence, unlawful use of drug paraphernalia, and possession or casual exchange of a controlled substance.
Britney and Jason were childhood friends who married on a whim in 2004 during a wild night in Las Vegas.
Their marriage didn't last long — the singer filed for annulment just 55 hours after they tied the knot.