Clever business deals by his executors have turned his estate’s finances around after he left debts of almost £400 million.
Money has continued rolling in for the King of Pop’s three children despite a controversial documentary in which two former child pals accused him of long-term sex abuse.
Since Jacko’s death aged 50 in 2009 his sales have pulled in £119 million.
Rights, royalties and licensing deals from the singer’s music — and from his Sony/ATV catalogue featuring classics by The Beatles — raked in £42.3 million in 2017 alone.
Other merchandising deals and collaborations with companies like Cirque du Soleil were money spinners too, earning almost £12 million.
An 80-page report by estate executors John Branca and John McClain said there was £250million kept under “Account Current Change in Cash/Liabilities Held in Business Entities.”
His mother Katherine and three kids Prince, 23, Paris, 22, and Blanket, 18, banked £8.4 million.
Under a court order, Jackson’s nephew TJ remains the sole guardian of the children.
The ex-lead singer of ’90s pop group 3T was recorded as having been on holiday with them four times in one year and was paid around £250,000.
The papers also show that Katherine and her grandchildren owe around £750,000 to the estate for money borrowed for a failed lawsuit against entertainment group AEG.