Poor Hiram Monserrate.
The disgraced former state senator lost his bid to get his corruption conviction tossed Thursday, while court filings reveal that he's deeply in the red.
Monserrate, a once powerful Queens pol, claims in papers filed with the Second Circuit Court of Appeals that "I am currently in great debt" and only has $220 in his bank account.
"I owe approximately 35,000 to the IRS, another 79,000 in restitution and 11,000 student loans and approx. another 15,000 in credit card debt," says his filing, which he wrote out by hand.
He says he's been eking buy on $1,120 a month from his job working for a law firm on Court Street in Brooklyn, plus another $2,270 a month from pension and other benefits - and $1,100 of that money goes to paying alimony and restitution.
Monserrate - who was expelled from the State Senate in 2010 for attacking his girlfriend - bared his expenses to get out of paying filing fees for his hoped-for appeal of his 2012 federal corruption conviction.