(CNN) - Former Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. has promised to pay $200,000 towards his $750,000 fraud judgment by November 1, according to court documents.
Filed Friday, the documents show that Jackson has so far been unable to meet his financial obligations in the judgment and has promised to sell a property he owns in Washington, D.C. in order to start paying it off. Jackson pleaded guilty in February to misuse of $750,000 in campaign funds, money that went to personal expenses like vacations, fur coats and movie memorabilia.
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The filing requests that the former Illinois Congressman and once-rising star in the Democratic party be given until June of next year to pay the full amount. He will need to submit a status report by mid-May.
In addition to the fine, Jackson was sentenced in August to 30 months in prison, a term he is due to start in a matter of weeks. His wife, Sandra Jackson, was also caught up in the case and pleaded guilty to filing false tax returns that failed to account for hundreds of thousands of dollars in taxable income. She was sentenced to 12 months in prison.
The property Jackson is promising to sell is located in Washington, D.C.’s costly Dupont Circle neighborhood. Jackson could also be forced to sell a property in Chicago.
–CNN’s Bryan Koenig and Carol Cratty contributed to this report.