A lawyer representing Michael Jackson's mother has slammed reports Jermaine Jackson's teenage son tried to use a stun gun on the late King of Pop's youngest son Blanket. Officials from the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) visited the Jacksons' Encino, California estate on Monday, March 1 after receiving a tip off about an incident with a stun gun.
Jermaine's 13-year-old child Jaafar allegedly purchased the gadget online and it was delivered to the house in February, but Randy Jackson claimed the gun was intercepted by security guards before the kids could get their hands on it. However, new reports on Tuesday, March 2 suggest it was only confiscated after Jaafar attempted to shock his eight-year-old cousin, Michael Jackson's youngest child.
But family matriarch Katherine Jackson, who has custody of the late superstar's three children, has issued a statement through her lawyer Adam Streisand denying the allegations and clearing up the situation. Streisand says, "Blanket Jackson never saw or heard the stun gun. Neither did Paris Jackson. Prince saw the stun gun in the possession of security. There is no second stun gun."
"Mrs. Jackson and security heard the sound coming from the second floor of the house. Immediately, security went upstairs and confiscated the stun gun. Mrs. Jackson took control over it and then had it removed from the house. There was no other incident. All of the kids are happy, healthy and wonderful and that is Mrs. Jackson's only objective and concern."