Jackson owed me money - Krejcir

Radovan Krejcir's company is reportedly claiming $1 million from Lolly Jackson's estate.

Lolly Jackson

JOHANNESBURG - A company owned by Czech fugitive Radovan Krejcir is reportedly claiming $1 million from the Teazers' boss' estate.

Krejcir is also fighting extradition to his home country, where he was convicted on fraud and corruption charges.

The Saturday Star is reporting the company has gone to court, saying Jackson borrowed the money and signed an agreement of debt in 2010.

The loan was due to be repaid in February 2012.

But, in answering affidavit Jackson's widow, Demi, has apparently called the agreement a forgery and says the deal was concluded as part of a sham transaction involving a money laundering scheme set up between Jackson and Krejcir.

Jackson's alleged killer George Louka is fingered as the middleman in the scheme. Jackson was shot dead at a house in Kempton Park in May 2010.

In May 2010, police received a call from Louka allegedly confessing to Jackson's murder.

He then gave police the location of the murder scene.

A Cyprus court ruled on Friday that Louka had to return to South Africa to face murder charges.

Louka has two weeks to appeal his extradition order.