Michael Jackson has been dead for a year and a half, but has been raking in the cash since. We're talking hundreds of millions of dollars since June 2009.
According to legal documents, MJ had over $400 million in various debts when he passed, but his executors have been working furiously to retire them.
The singer's estate has made $310 million in the last 18 months, $159 million of which has already been used to pay debts, taxes and other expenses.
Running the King of Pop's life, even in death, is a formidable task.
In addition to creditors, the estate provides "uninterrupted support for Mrs. [Katherine] Jackson and Michael Jackson's children as Michael intended."
In addition to $400 million in debt,MJ's estate had $40 million in liabilities to AEG stemming from the "This Is It" tour, which he was readying for.
Obviously, he never made it on tour after his scared, sedated final days.