EXCLUSIVE: Child Protection Services Wrapping Up Jackson Investigation; No Problems Found
The investigation into the home where Michael Jackson’s children live is being wrapped up by California’s Department of Children and Family Services and no serious problems were found, RadarOnline.com is reporting exclusively.
A source close to the situation said: “There are no big problems found in the house by DCFS.”
RadarOnline.com has learned that there still may be one more home visit, but the family is happy that the investigation is ending.
DCFS was called after it was revealed that one of Jermaine Jackson’s children had a stun gun in the house. Some reports said that Jaafar, 13, tried to stun Michael’s youngest son Blanket.
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The Jackson family later said that was not true and that Jaafar had simply touched the stun gun to a piece of paper.
Conflicting reports surfaced but DCFS determined the children are not in any danger.
As many as 14 people live in the Jackson’s Hayvenhurst home including Michael’s three children. One of those is Omar Bhatti, a Norwegian rapper who was Michael’s protégé and rumored to be his son.
RadarOnline.com reported that Omar is telling Michael’s children he is their father and that they should call him Michael.
Bhatti left the residence for a while but has been living off the Jackson’s for months.
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And while there are many things that occur at the Jacksons’ house, none of them are endangering the physical well-being of the children, which is why DCFS is closing the investigation, sources tell RadarOnline.com.
Still, with so many people living at the house, life has been very difficult for Michael’s mother Katherine, 80, the legal guardian of Blanket, Paris and Prince.