Lawsuits: Janet Jackson Considering Suing Over Reports She Slapped Niece Paris

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Janet Jackson Denies Slapping Paris Jackson Or Calling Her Expletive

Janet Jackson is so upset over reports that she slapped her niece Paris and called her a lil beyotch that she’s considering suing the media outlet that first published the story:

Last week, internet rumors surfaced concerning an alleged altercation between Janet Jackson and her niece Paris. Today, Janet Jackson’s attorney, Blair G. Brown, tells The Insider that Janet vehemently denies the altercation.

“Ms. Jackson did not slap Paris, and did not call her a ‘spoiled little b!tch’ or a ‘b!tch,’” says Brown.

According to Brown, Janet is threatening legal action towards the source that originally reported the claims. Brown says that the “false statements are highly damaging to Ms. Jackson’s reputation and have caused her significant harm.”

Yesterday, attorneys for the estate of Michael Jackson confirmed to The Insider that Janet, Randy, Rebbie and Jermaine Jackson (and all of Katherine’s GRANDCHILDREN belonging to them) were prohibited from entering the Calabasas home shared by Paris, Prince, Blanket and Katherine Jackson “following the events of July 23 in which certain members of the Jackson family showed up unannounced at the Calabasas residence of Michael Jackson’s mother and children, causing a very public disturbance.”

The attorneys for Michael Jackson’s estate did not elaborate on the nature of the disturbance and what exactly took place.

This whole thing is a mess and we still can’t understand why Janet got involved in the first place — especially to side with her adult hoodrat brothers Randy and Jermaine who wed and had kids with the same woman! SMH, you know that family got problems when there are kids running around who are brothers AND cousins!

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