Janet Jackson referred to as police on Saturday, June 2, to verify on the welfare of her 17-month-old-old son, Eissa, who was with the singer’s estranged husband, Wissam Al Mana.
A watch commander with the Malibu County Sheriff’s workplace confirms to Us Weekly that the Grammy winner made the decision earlier than 10 p.m. and authorities went to the Nobu Hotel to verify on the boy. “Deputies were there and the child was OK so we left,” the commander informed Us.
Jackson’s brother Randy Jackson told Entertainment Tonight that the “Miss You Much” singer referred to as 911 after being contacted by a nanny who was serving to Al Mana take care of his son. Randy claims that the nanny was involved concerning the Qatari billionaire’s habits, which she believed was aggressive.
The lady was “terrified” and “locked herself in a bathroom so she could contact Janet,” Randy informed ET‘s Kevin Frazier.
A Jackson household confidant informed Us in September 2017 that Janet “felt like a prisoner” dwelling with a husband who wished “a traditional wife who stuck with Muslim traditions.”
She has been fighting Al Mana for sole custody of Eissa. Randy beforehand claimed that Janet suffered “verbal abuse” throughout her marriage to the London-based businessman, an allegation that Al Mana’s attorneys dismissed in an announcement as “deeply hurtful allegations” that they weren’t going to dignify with a response.
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