The tension lingers between Michael Jackson's brother Randy and officials looking over his late brother's estate (executors John Branca and John McClain, and overseeing attorney Howard Weitzman), with Jackson calling the trio "The Three Stooges" while appearing on a podcast over the weekend.
“My family is not happy with McClain and Branca," Randy said. "We don’t believe the will is real. We don’t support it. We’re not happy.”
He peppered in a few controversial comments about tax issues with the estate (“I know something is wrong,” he said) and admitted he thinks “someone” instructed Dr. Conrad Murray to keep his brother in a medicated haze.
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Randy was at the forefront of the controversy last summer after grandmother Katherine was infamously whisked to Arizona, causing a domino effect that led to her losing partial custody of her grandchildren Paris, Prince and Blanket.