Michael Jackson's travel agent of three years filed suit against the former King of Pop Wednesday, claiming he failed to pay for the infamous charter jet flight that brought him and his posse from Las Vegas to Santa Barbara, where he surrendered to authorities on molestation charges. Cynthia Montgomery says she was forced to foot the $18,000 bill because "XtraJet would not deliver the jet without payment up front." Meanwhile, a bigger question looms: Who paid for the peanuts and "Jesus juice?"