Michael Jackson‘s children were being interviewed by the Department of Children and Family Services on Wednesday, RadarOnline.com learned exclusively.
The interviews occur in the wake of a stun-gun incident that prompted the state agency’s investigation.
And despite the controversy there will be no change in the living arrangements where Michael Jackson’s children reside, RadarOnline.com is reporting exclusively.
Jermaine Jackson‘s son Jaafar, 13, bought a stun gun and early reports said he tried to use it on Michael’s son Blanket. The family denies he tried to harm Blanket.
With California’s Department of Children and Family Services investigating, Katherine Jackson‘s attorney, Adam Streisand tells RadarOnline.com that Jermaine Jackson’s kids will not be moving out.
“At this point, there is no plan for any change in the living arrangements of Jermaine Jackson’s children. At no time was Blanket, or either of Michael’s children anywhere near the stun gun,” Streisand told RadarOnline.com.
“Michael’s children are being interviewed by the Department of Children and Family Services today (Wednesday),” the attorney told us.
“The only short term changes that are going to be made regarding the kids living at the Jackson family compound will be restricting their internet and computer use.
“This is very hard for Katherine Jackson, this poor woman just can’t get a break. I don’t know who reported this to DCFS, but whomever did, it was a malicious person that is giving false information.”
Jermaine Jackson’s children, Jaafar and Jermajesty, 9, live at the Encino house, with their cousins, Michael’s three children, Prince Michael, Paris, and Blanket.
ABCnews.com reported that as many as 14 people live in the house at any given time, including Alejandra Oaziaza, the mother of Jaafar and Jermajesty and also the mother of Randy Jackson’s children Genevieve, 20, and Randy Jr., 18, both of whom also live at the house.
ABC also reported that Omer Bhatti, 25, once rumored to be Michael’s son, also lives at the house.