Michael Jackson’s children ‘caught in family feud’ over his £320m estate
Michael Jackson’s mother is the target of an alleged plot to remove her from the singer’s children in a spiralling row over his £320million fortune.
Katherine Jackson’s lawyer made the claim after a vehicle ‘tore through security gates’ of her home ‘on the tails on the SUV containing Michael Jackson’s children’.
The 82-year-old’s camp said her grandchildren Prince Michael, 15, Paris, 14, and ten-year-old Prince Michael II were forced to flee to a ‘safe location’ before police were called following an altercation.
Michael’s siblings Jermaine, Randy and Janet have reportedly been barred from their mother’s home after alleged attempts to remove his children.
Mrs Jackson was not present during the alleged altercation in Calabasas, California, on Monday after she was reported missing on Saturday and tracked down in Arizona two days later.
The family feud comes after Katherine’s children, including Tito, wrote a letter demanding the resignations of the executors of Michael’s estate because they believe his will was a fake.
It alleged that the executors’ manipulations left Katherine in bad health and caused her to have a mini-stroke, which she has denied. Michael died of a Propofol overdose in 2009.