Jodie Sweetin makes $26,000 per week for her reprised role of Stephanie Tanner on "Fuller House," and with her other ventures combined makes a towering $700,000 ... and her ex-husband wants in on a piece of the action.
According to documents, Sweetin makes $590 per hour while shooting "Fuller House," for a total of $26,000 per week.
Sweetin's "Fuller House" contract states if the show continues on it's hot streak, she will be making $30,000 per episode in season six.
Her ex-husband, Morty Coyle, has been trying to score more child support money in the ongoing custody case for seven-year-old daughter, Beatrix. He currently gets $1,864 per month.
Coyle says Sweetin's career has made a huge comeback, pointing out that other than "Fuller House," Sweetin stars in another show, "Hollywood Darlings," and does multiple commercials ... some in Japan.
She also allegedly does multiple speaking engagements per year, at $20,000 a pop.
Coyle says all-in-all, Sweetin makes around $700,000 per month, but only claimed to make $20,000 when the judge was evaluating the amount of child support he would receive.
Sweetin's ex says he only makes $2,500 per month as a disc-jockey, and worries their daughter is starting to notice the difference in the parent's incomes.
Sweetin and Coyle will battle it out over the money, and other issues, Wednesday in court.