Michael Jackson's estate has been hit with another creditor's claim - from publishers representing R&B star R. KELLY.
The I Believe I Can Fly hitmaker's song Ignition was used by the late King of Pop during 2003 TV show Michael Jackson's Private Home Movies - and R. Kelly's management alleges he was never paid for the track.
Executives at Universal Music Publishing Group, which owns the rights to the 2002 record, are requesting Jackson's estate pay $3,000 (£1,875), reports TMZ.com.
The company attached a contract to the creditor's claim to show the reported fee.
Other creditors' claims against the Thriller hitmaker's estate have reportedly exceeded $20 million (£12.5 million).