Jackson Attorney Confirms Child Services Visit, Disputes Allegations

An attorney for Katherine Jackson, mother of late entertainer Michael Jackson, has confirmed a rumored visit from child services workers over abuse allegations. According to Attorney Adam Streisand, an investigation did take place however, a stun gun delivered to the home was confiscated before any harm was done to the late King of Pop’s children. Earlier this week, sources claimed the stun gun was intended to be used on Jackson’s youngest child, known as Blanket and was ordered by Jermaine Jackson’s son Jafar, who also resides in the family home in Encino, California. Maintaining his stance that the stun gun was confiscated in a statement, Streisand says “Blanket Jackson never saw or heard the Taser. Neither did Paris Jackson. Prince saw the Taser in possession of security.” Katherine Jackson was given guardianship over Jackson’s three children shortly after his death in June.


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