Janet Jackson Calls Police on Ex-Husband For Welfare Check on Baby

Janet Jackson Calls Police on Ex-Husband For Welfare Check on Baby

Janet Jackson Calls Police on Ex-Husband For Welfare Check on Baby

TMZ report that police attended the hotel at Janet's request "but found no one to be in danger"; it has been claimed that "Janet was supposedly tipped off to some alleged aggressive behavior displayed by Wissam, which concerned a nanny enough to alert Janet".

Law enforcement checked on the welfare of Janet Jackson's one-year-old son, Eissa, who was in the custody of his father, Wissam Al Mana, on Saturday, after his parents got into an argument, authorities say. On his official website, Al Mana has a message of love to his son, which reads, "To my beloved son Eissa/ You are a blessing and a joy/ I will always love you unconditionally/ Protect you and guide you through this life". A spokesperson for Jackson could not be reached for comment at press time.

Deputy Bracks with L.A. County Sheriff told RadarOnline.com that "a call was placed for service at approximately 10 p.m.by Ms. Jackson".

In a statement to ET, Jackson's brother, Randy Jackson, confirmed that the nanny "locked herself in a bathroom so she could contact Janet".

"All Janet wants to do is move forward and be the best mother to her son and to be happy", the source said.

Jackson was married to Quatari businessman Al Mana for four years.

Related news