Janet Jackson calls police to check on 1-year-old son's welfare

Joann Johnston
June 5, 2018

The "All For You" singer called 911 to check on the welfare of her 17-month-old-old son, Eissa, who was with billionaire businessman Wissam Al Mana at a hotel in Malibu, California, a wealthy seaside suburb of Los Angeles. A spokesperson for Jackson could not be reached for comment at press time.

We're told when Wissam refused to give her the password, she immediately called Janet and "stirred the pot" which ended with a visit from sheriffs deputies. Randy stated that the nanny was helping Wissam Al Mana care for his son, but he became aggressive, and she was frightened.

According to ET, her brother Randy Jackson said the nanny was "terrified by his behavior and locked herself in a bathroom, so she could contact Janet".

Jackson and her husband, Wissam Al Mana, called it quits previous year after giving birth to a baby boy in January.

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Jackson then called the police after becoming concerned for son, Eissa Al Mana's wellbeing.

A source also revealed they're committed to co-parenting, but have no plans to reconcile their marriage.

'All Janet wants to do is move forward and be the best mother to her son and to be happy, ' the same source added.

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