Los Angeles: Jermaine and Janet Jackson's attempt to take their brother Michael's three children to their grandmother in Arizona has reportedly led to a physical altercation within the family. The fight broke out in the Jackson family's Calabasas home as the King of Pop's siblings Randy, Jermaine and Janet came to the house to take Prince, Blanket and Paris but their attempt was met with resistance, reported Radar Online.
They wanted to fly the kids to Arizona where their grandmother Katherine is currently staying. "Randy was telling Prince Michael he had to leave with them and that he had a private jet chartered to take them all to Arizona to see Katherine. Prince firmly held his ground and told Randy he wasn't going anywhere with them," a source said. "The plan to take the kids out of the house was going to be a publicity stunt. The kids were going to be paraded into the house in Arizona where Katherine is staying and those photos would be published on a website favoured by Randy Jackson," the source added.
Police was called to the house of Katherine Jackson when the dispute among MJ's family members turned physical on Monday, July 23. "Deputies determined that a physical altercation had occurred, a battery. It involved members of the Jackson family," the law enforcement official said. Those involved in the fight were not mentioned, and no arrest was made. Two days back Paris had tweeted that her grandmother is missing. A relative had even filed a police report, following which Jermaine had clarified that his 82-year-old mother was resting in Arizona. Earlier this morning Paris pleaded to talk to her grandmother. "8 days and counting. Something is really off, this isn't like her at all... I wanna talk directly to my grandmother!!," wrote on Twitter.