In an interview with People magazine, Randy says that Janet is going through a lot of pain and her recent breakdowns on stage have a lot to do with her divorce. Steven Randall "Randy" Jackson said that Janet, 51, admitted to having suffered "verbal abuse" coming from her estranged hubby.
"It was quite an abusive situation", Randy continued. Very close to his sister, he has attended to scenes shocking: "It happened later in their relationship, the verbal abuse and the feeling of being prisoner in her own home". No pregnant woman does not need to be taiter of s***pe the daily. There were things like that. "That's what she went through". The pair married in 2012, Janet, 51, gave birth to their son Eissa on January 3. I said to him: "I don't care now". I'm exhausted of it.
The businessman's legal team shared a statement saying that their client would not be dignifying Janet's "particular and deeply hurtful allegations with a response", as he their breakup is still "a cause of great sadness" to him and the privacy of his son is now his main focus.
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Randy also dispels rumors that Janet converted to Islam, noting that she's Christian.
Randy went on to clarify that the abuse was not physical, but he still tried to get Janet out of the situation long before she actually left. Janet filed for divorce earlier this year, shortly after the birth of their child. Now, he reportedly said, "everybody in the family knows". "Everybody in the family knows".
She confirmed the breakup via Twitter in April.
Metro.co.uk has contacted representatives for Janet Jackson and Wissam Al Mana for comment.
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The track, featured on her 1997 album The Velvet Rope, was performed with her back-up dancers playing out abuse scenes.
"I see a pretty good looking guy, I'm just skinny", he shares as his smile fades.
It was also the same day that a lawsuit against Jackson and Live Nation entertainment over a series of cancelled concerts in 2016 was revealed to be settled by TMZ.
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