Michael Jackson's Estate Files Papers To Kick Jermaine's Baby Mama Out Of Home


Jan. 7 2011, Published 7:15 a.m. ET

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Jermaine Jackson's baby mama, Alejandra, is wanted out of the Jackson family homestead in Encino, California -- and now the estate of his late brother is joining the fight.

In court papers filed in Los Angeles, the estate asks a judge to remove Alejandra, along with Jaafar, Jermajesty, Genevieve, Donte and Randy Jr., from the home -- citing that they're not beneficiaries of the King of Pop's will.

They have no claim to the property, the filing argues.

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Executors of the estate, John McClain and John Branca, tell court they want to "deliver possession and control of the Hayvenhurt Residence to the Executors".

"Alejandra and her children are unlawfully occupying the Hayvenhurt Residence," it's claimed in the documents, filed on Thursday.


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