A.B. Quintanilla could he spending more time in jail than he originally anticipated. Selena Quintanilla's brother finally made an appearance in court this week to settle his child support payments case as he failed to make payments. Quintanilla agreed to pay what he owed, but the judge still had him escorted to prison to spend some time to think about the actions that led him to where he is at now.

According to Univision's "El Gordo y La Flaca," at the time of booking officials noticed that "A.B. was under probation for a crime he had committed years ago." Due to him violating the terms of his probation and committing another crime, he would now have to finish his sentence in jail and could cost him 2 years of his life. The show also reported that the sibling of the "Queen of Tejano" would not be eligible for bail and that the whole situation had him on the verge of a nervous breakdown.

A.B. had landed on the Most Wanted List for falling behind child support payments. Quintanilla failed to appear in court two weeks ago and finally made it this week and during the hearing, he agreed to pay more than $130,000, that included $87,000 in retroactive payments to the mother of of his child, Summer Clay.

Judge Missy Medary ordered to take A.B. into custody and take him to prison where he would think about his responsibility as a father and the rights of his child, according to KRIS. "I am going to have you sit in the jail, and I want you to think about two things," said Medary. "I want you to think about your responsibility as a father, and I want you to think of the rights of your child."

The 53-year-old musician was in Florida when news broke that he was wanted by law enforcement. "All I have to say is that I am healthy," he told TVyNovelas. "I am fine and I will have my time in court in front of a judge and everything will be cleared with the truth. I am calm, I have friends around the U.S., México, Central America... I have a lot of friends and we already knew about this before it happened, we knew that a hurricane was coming."

"I have seven children with different women and two marriages," he said. "Why is it that only one of them is doing this? I can't talk too much about it because I have to wait for when I go to court. They did this to me when I opened a high-end nightclub and when I closed it the media found out because I am a known person. I don't deserve what's happening to me."

Making the list affected Quintanilla economically as he has had to cancel tour dates, but feels like a victim and has hope that he will come out of this situation. "This is not a federal case, it's about family, I am calm," he said. "People are thinking I am a criminal and it makes me laugh, but when everything gets cleared up they will be shocked ... I am a victim of a misunderstanding. It's not easy... I can't say more. It's a misunderstanding between all the people involved."