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Sibling Rivalry! Paris Jackson 'Barely Speaking' To Brother Prince – 'Bad Influence'?

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May. 5 2015, Published 7:15 a.m. ET

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There is disharmony in the Jackson household, as RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned that the late King of Pop Michael Jackson's children – Paris and Prince Jackson – are no longer on speaking terms!

"Paris is barely even speaking to her older brother Prince," a source close to the family tells Radar exclusively.

As Radar previously reported, Prince has been acting out since turning 18 and inheriting a massive fortune from his deceased father's estate.

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According to the source, "this type of behavior does not fly" with 17-year-old Paris, who has been living at home in Calabasas with grandmother Katherine, 85, as well as siblings Blanket, 13, and Prince, since returning from an 18-month stay at a Utah rehabilitation center.

"She cannot tolerate her brother and says that he is disgracing their father's legacy," the insider tells Radar.

"The family is doing everything that they can to keep Paris away from Prince because they do not want her to go down the wrong path again," says the source.

Meanwhile, Paris' boyfriend, Chester Castellaw is getting more serious. The insider says, "The family is incredibly grateful for him. They really like Chester and he treats her like a princess. He is the perfect distraction from her brother's antics."

"Paris acts very much like an adult and her family is super pleased with the way she has turned out."

Do you think that Paris Jackson should allow her brother Prince back into her life despite his bad behavior? Tell us your thoughts in the comments below.

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