‘This is our house, get the f**k out’

2012-07-25 14:26

Los Angeles – Janet Jackson reportedly slapped her niece Paris during an altercation at Katherine Jackson’s house.

Randy, Jermaine and Janet Jackson – siblings of the late Thriller singer Michael Jackson – arrived at their mother’s home on Monday in Calabasas to take Michael’s children Prince Michael (15) Paris (14) and Blanket (10) to Arizona where Katherine is currently staying.

However, the children defied the decisions of their family, causing Janet to slap Paris and, according to TMZ.com, called her a “spoiled little bitch”.

Paris fired back by hitting her aunt, saying: “This is our house, not the Jackson family house. Get the f**k out.”

Trent Jackson, one of Michael’s cousins who was looking after the children while Katherine was in Arizona, also got into an altercation with Jermaine and Randy, at one point getting Randy into a headlock.

He also reportedly punched Jermaine in the mouth.

Paris has also revealed on Twitter she has a “lot going on” at the moment.

I wanna apologise for attitude

She wrote: “A lot of ppl have been saying that i ‘changed’ ... i wanna apologize for the attitude ... there’s just a lot going on ... i promise (sic).”

The children are believed to have had their security increased following the incident, as Trent is concerned for their safety.

A source said earlier this week: “After this debacle, Trent decided that Paris, Prince and Blanket needed extra protection from Jermaine, Randy and Janet.

“He doesn’t want Michael’s kids snatched from the home – so he’s told security at the front gate to refuse entry to all that aren’t invited.
“Trent also felt it was in the kids’ best interests to make sure they have extra bodyguards with them at all times whenever they are out of the house.

“He’s very concerned that an elaborate kidnap could be planned.”

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