The claim that Katherine suffers 'a mini-stroke' reportedly is a part of a scheme to make the elder Jackson look weak so that she needs conservatorship.
In an on-going battle over Michael Jackson's will, the estate of the late King of Pop fires back at Randy and Jermaine Jackson. The estate tells TMZ that the two brothers plot a scheme to get their hands on MJ's money by allegedly trying to make an impression that their mother Katherine needs a conservator for her finances.
Along with Janet Jackson, Tito Jackson and Rebbie Jackson, Randy and Jermaine questioned the authenticity of MJ's signature and accused the estate of causing their mother "a mini-stroke" through lies and manipulations. In response, the executors of MJ's estate claimed the brothers only want access to Katherine's fund which is more than $70,000 a month.
In his will, MJ excluded his five siblings and left all his fortune to his mother Katherine and his three children, Paris, Prince and Blanket. When the Jackson matriarch dies, the money will go to charity and the three kids.