Madonna. (Joel Ryan/Associated Press)

Anthony Ciccone told the Michigan Messenger he became homeless more than a year ago when he lost his job at the Michigan vineyard owned by his father, Silvio Anthony.

“My family turned their back on me, basically, when I was having a hard time,” the 55-year-old told the Messenger.

“You think I haven’t answered this kind of question a bazillion times — why my sister is a multibazillionarie, and I’m homeless on the street?” he said. “Never say never. ... This could happen to anybody.”

Anthony is not the brother who wrote the tell-all book about Madge, “Life With My Sister Madonna.” That was her younger brother, Christopher Ciccone.

The Material Girl has not commented on the story, so it’s not clear if she is aware of her brother’s current living situation. A request for comment from the Ciccone Vineyard has not been returned.