The brother of Michael Jackson, Randy Jackson, has been released from a Pasadena, California, hospital, a family source has told RadarOnline.com.
After experiencing chest paints early on Tuesday, Jackson, 48, was taken to a southern California hospital to undergo a number of different tests.
Despite some reports, Randy did not have a heart attack, we’re told.
And he’s on the mend.
"Randy's follow-up tests on Wednesday were all negative for having a heart attack, not even a mild one,” dished one insider.
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“Randy was sent home late Wednesday and he was relieved to go home.
“It was determined that he didn't have any issues with his heart.”
Doctors have advised Randy avoid excess stress and to follow a heart healthy lifestyle.
However, avoiding stress might prove to be very difficult for Randy, who was planning a memorial tribute for the King of Pop as the one year anniversary is approaching.