Janet Jackson asks police to check on son while in father's care

Janet Jackson asks police to check on son while in father's care

Janet Jackson asks police to check on son while in father's care

USA singer Janet Jackson made a frantic call to 911 on Saturday after a nanny who was looking after her one-year-old son with estranged husband, Wissam Al Mana, became terrified by his behaviour.

According to a commander from the Malibu County Sheriff's Office, the call directed at their emergency team was made a bit before 10 P.M. on Saturday.

TMZ reports local police went to check up on the little boy at the hotel but "found no one to be in danger".

Eissa, who is now one year old, was in his father's custody this weekend when Jackson called police in fear for her child's life. "They decided the child was okay and they left". Janet was supposedly tipped off to some alleged aggressive behavior displayed by Wissam, which concerned a nanny enough to alert Janet.

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A source close to the Jacksons divulged to Us Weekly past year that Janet Jackson felt like she was locked in a golden prison by a very rich Middle Easterner who very much wanted an obedient and "traditional wife who stuck with Muslim traditions".

As you may already know, Janet and her ex-husband welcomed their baby boy on January 2, 2017, but only three months after, they put an end to their marriage.

In November, a source told ET that Jackson was committed to co-parenting with the billionaire businessman, but had no plans to reconcile with her estranged husband.

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