Randy Jackson Thinks MJ Estate Executors Are Trying To Kill Katherine

By Mack Rawden 4 years ago
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Michael Jacksonís brother Randy just offered some thoughts on his familyís obnoxious feud, and rather than trying to make peace, he added a new wild allegation to the pile. Apparently, he thinks the executors of MJís will are trying to isolate Katherine from her children in order to take her life. I wish I was making this up, but, of course, Iím not.

The bold claim was one of seven Randy made about an hour ago on Twitter. Ordinarily, Iíd select a detail or two to excerpt, but since everything here is juicy, you can check out the whole thing belowÖ
1) When TJ asked my mother if he should ask for temporary guardianship, my Mother told TJ NO Ė twice.

2) The Estate denied Rebbie, Janet and Jermaine access to the house when they returned to home to Calabasas with a letter written by Howard Weitzman, attorney for the Estate, who is not a resident of the home.

3) The Estate is trying to isolate my Mother from her family JUST LIKE THEY DID TO MICHAEL, in order to propagate their lies, financial agendas and to protect a fraudulent will.

4) The same people that are trying to manipulate my mother are the same people that were involved with my brother when he died.

5) In order to obtain temporary guardianship, TJ lied to the court. Rebbie, Janet, Jermaine and I would never harm our mother and we are doing our best to protect her and the Estate knows that. I want to know why Perry Sanders would consider a negotiation based on lies.

6) It is clear that anyone who stands up against the Executors of the Estate - John Branca, John McClain and their attorney Howard Weitzman - is denied access to my mother.

7) It is my fear and belief, that they are trying to take my motherís life.

Hereís what I donít understand about this whole mess. Randy, Jermaine, Rebbie and Janet are trying to act like theyíre being responsible by challenging MJís will because itís allegedly a fraud, but even if it is, which I highly doubt, what is so onerous about a man leaving his estate to his mother and his children? Everyone he felt compelled to be responsible for is taken care of in the will currently being used. Thus, thereís nothing honorable about trying to overturn it. Logic dictates, unless thereís some bizarre reason I havenít taken into account, this whole thing has to be about money. The end.

The executors who Randy thinks are plotting against his motherís life havenít responded. I highly doubt theyíll dignify the claims by doing so.
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