The songstress has been photographed touching down at the Van Nuys airport in Los Angeles on early Friday morning, June 26 to be with her family.
Janet Jackson reportedly was in Atlanta to shoot a film when she received news of Michael Jackson's death on Thursday, June 25. She immediately flew to Los Angeles, California to be with the entire family. The Jacksons and Michael's children currently are said to be gathering at his rented house, where he experienced cardiac arrest shorty before his death.
On early Friday morning, June 26, Janet was photographed arriving at the Van Nuys airport in Los Angeles. She was caught on camera wearing no make-up and holding her Blackberry as she attempted to close the door of her car.
"Janet Jackson is grief-stricken and devastated at the sudden loss of her brother," her manager Kenneth Crear told the press. "She is in pre-production on a film and is flying immediately to California to be with her family."
Brian Oxman, an attorney for the Jacksons, has publicly shared that the family is "stunned." Brian said, "They are barely even able to speak about it."
Autopsy performed on Michael's body, in the meantime, is underway. Results aren't likely to be final until toxicology tests are completed, which could take weeks.