Jackson's Former Lawyers: Pay Up!

U.S. pop star Michael Jackson flashes a V-sign to Japanese media on his arrival at Narita international airport, near Tokyo, March 4, 2007.
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Michael Jackson's former entertainment lawyers filed a lawsuit Tuesday claiming the singer owes them more than $113,000.

The law firm Lavely & Singer of Los Angeles says Jackson agreed in arbitration last year to pay them $180,000 in three installments.

Jackson failed to make the final payment of $113,750 before the July 31, 2007, deadline stipulated in the settlement, the firm alleges in a complaint filed in Los Angeles Superior Court.


Photos: Jackson Family Auction
A message left for Jackson's publicist, Raymone Bain, was not immediately returned Tuesday. His lawyer, Christopher Mellott, could not be reached after hours Tuesday.

A judge last month ordered the 48-year-old pop singer to pay more than $256,000 in legal fees to another firm that handled some side issues during his 2005 child molestation trial.


Photos: Jackson In Japan
Jackson was acquitted of child molestation charges in the case.