Cops Called to Katherine Jackson’s Home, Stop Michael Jackson’s Children Being Removed By Janet, Jermaine and Randy Jackson (EXCLUSIVE)
Update 8:24pm EST:
Sheriff's deputies were responding to reports of a fight at the home of Katherine Jackson. Officials have confirmed the fight involved various family members, though no arrests were made.
"Lost Hills deputies responded to a family disturbance at the home of Katherine Jackson in the city of Calabasas. Deputies determined that a physical altercation had occurred, a battery. It involved members on the Jackson family," Steve Whitmore, a spokesman for the Sheriff's Department, said.
Los Angeles police were called to the Calabasas, Calif., mansion of Jackson family matriarch Katherine earlier Monday to stop Michael Jackson's three children from being removed from the house, Celebuzz has exclusively learned.
It’s understood at least three siblings of the late pop star Michael Jackson -- Janet, Jermaine, Randy -- arrived at the mansion 82-year-old Katherine shares with the late pop star’s children, Prince Michael, 15, Paris, 14, and ten-year-old Prince Michael 2.
“Janet, Jermaine and Randy turned up with what appeared to be a television crew in tow,” a source at the home told Celebuzz.
It’s understood Katherine’s personal security prevented the trio of uncle and aunts from taking the children and immediately called police. It is not known if police were involved in thwarting Janet, Jermaine and Randy's plans.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department confirmed the development when contacted by Celebuzz.
"We were called out to her home at 1.10pm,” the Watch Commander at the Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriff's Station confirmed.
"Police are currently still trying to determine what happened at the home, so at this point, we do not have any further information.”
As Celebuzz previously reported, the legal guardian for the three Jackson children was reported missing to police late on Saturday -- as a family feud escalated over his multi-billion dollar will.
A shaken Paris appealed on Twitter: "My grandmother is missing. I haven't spoken with her in a week. I want her home now. If anybody sees my grandmother, please call the authorities."
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"She is safe and with family members," L.A. Sheriff's Deputy Don Walker read from a statement Monday morning, L.A. Now reported.
But the circumstances of her departure from Los Angeles remain mysterious.
"Last weekend Katherine Jackson was getting ready to leave for a much anticipated road trip in the RV her son Michael bought for her to watch her sons perform," Katherine's attorney Sandra Ribera told Celebuzz.
"Prior to her departure, a doctor was brought to her home and represented that he had been sent from the office of her longtime physician. Based on this representation, Mrs. Jackson agreed to meet with the doctor who subsequently ordered her to fly rather than drive to her sons concerts.
"Mrs. Jackson followed what she believed to be her doctor's instructions. Katherine Jackson's longtime physician recently confirmed that his office did not send a doctor to Mrs. Jackson's home last weekend before she left on her trip," Ribera added.
"It has further been discovered that the doctor that Katherine Jackson last saw has been publicly reprimanded by the California Medical Board for fraudulent activities and has ties to Dr. Conrad Murray."
The "disappearance" comes after five of Jackson's brothers and sisters -- Rebbie, Janet, Jermaine, Tito and Randy -- wrote to executors of the singer's estate, claiming the signature of his will is "fake, flawed and fraudulent."
They called for them to step down in the letter leaked to Celebuzz, as we exclusively reported.
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