Another Day, Another Family Feud: Paris Jackson Puts Uncle Randy On Blast After He Leaked Dangerous Rumors That Katherine Was Dying

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Just when you thought poor Paris beefing with Auntie Janet was “Bad”, the daughter of the late great Michael Jackson is now at war with her uncle!

Via TMZ reports:

It’s all over a letter that supposedly “leaked” to the Internet this week … in which Randy, along with Jermaine, Janet, Tito and Rebbie demand John Branca and John McClain resign from their positions as the executors of the Michael Jackson Estate, effective immediately.

In the sharply-pointed letter, the family claims Branca and McClain have “failed” in their duties … taken advantage of the family … and have stressed out Katherine Jackson so much, that she recently suffered a “mini-stroke.”

Randy went to Twitter and verified the authenticity of the letter Tuesday night but the very next day, Paris called BS on her uncle.

In fact, the 14-year-old went to her own Twitter page … and wrote, “i am going to clarify right now that what has been said about my grandmother is a rumor and nothing has happened , she is completely fine.”

She added, “i’d like to know who made up the rumor… i will defend my beloved family member with all i have, even if it means from other family members.”

Minutes later, Paris sent a new message directed to Randy — which said, “@randyjackson8 hello dear FAMILY member i don’t appreciate you telling everyone things that aren’t true thank you very much.”

When one of her followers suggested Paris should have respect for Randy … she replied, “Maybe he should have respect for his mother.”

Paris has since deleted the tweets. This is clearly a family in crisis! Paris has every right to speak on her grandmother’s behalf, especially since she lives with her and would at least be informed of any change in her health.

Do you think the battle for MJ’s name and estate has tarnished the family’s relationship?

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