Katherine Jackson No Longer Wants To Be The Guardian Of Her Grandson, Blanket

The matriarch of the infamous Jackson family, Katherine Jackson, says she is no longer interested in being the guardian of her late son's —Michael Jackson— youngest son, Blanket. Katherine, 87, was awarded guardianship with her other grandchild, TJ Jackson, of Blanket, in 2012 after Michael's death. However, now that the youngest of Michael's kids is entering adulthood, Katherine does not feel that she is needed to watch over him.

TMZ reports that a judge has yet to grant Mrs. Jackson's request. However, with her old age, it doesn't seem that she will have a hard time obtaining this order. Katherine allegedly hasn't seen her three grandchildren in a few months.
Michael Jackson's estate produced a Halloween special for CBS, titled, Michael Jackson's Halloween, which was a one hour animated special about two kids that go on a spooky adventure in a mysterious hotel that features Jackson's music. The animated television movie aired on Oct. 27, 2017 and starred Kiersey Clemons, Lucas Till, Lucy Liu, and Brad Garrett.

The Billie Jean singer died on June 25, 2009 at the age of 50, after suffering from cardiac arrest. Jackson's children were allegedly present when their father collapsed in front of them. Jackson's star-studded memorial was held on July 9, 2009 at the Staples Theater in Los Angeles, and was live-streamed.

Since his death, Jackson has become one of the top-paid deceased celebrities, earning the number three spot.

The late pop-singer was father to Prince Michael, Paris Katherine and Prince Michael II (Blanket).

In 2012, Paris accused her aunt, Janet Jackson, and other members from the Jackson family of hiding their mother from her and her siblings, stating that her grandmother was 'missing' and she repeatedly tried to get in contact with her but was unsuccessful.

Paris recently made headlines again for her passionate and powerful speech at the 2017 VMA's, where she spoke on racism and called out President Trump in response to the Charlottesville riots.

"So, let's leave here tonight remembering that we must show these Nazi white supremacist jerks in Charlottesville and all over the country that as a nation with liberty as our slogan, we have zero tolerance for their violence, their hatred, and their discrimination. We must resist."

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