Janet Jackson calls 911 to check on son's welfare

Bessie Dean
June 5, 2018

Jackson, 52, called late Saturday night (June 2) to request that police check on her son, who was staying with Jackson's estranged ex-husband, Wissam Al Mana, at the Nobu Hotel.

According to sources, Jackson was not on the scene at the time of the incident. 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.

ET reached out to Jackson's brother, musician Randy Jackson, regarding the police call. Randy claims that the nanny was concerned about the Qatari billionaire's behavior, which she believed was aggressive.

Janet Jackson, 52, and Al Mana separated after almost five years of marriage in 2017, just three months after Jackson gave birth to her first and only child.

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Their son was born in January 2017, just four months before the couple announced their split.

Back in November, one insider insisted that Janet was not planning on reuniting with the man but that she was committed to co-parenting with him.

A source close to the Jacksons divulged to Us Weekly previous 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".

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