Janet Jackson wasted no time calling the cops after a nanny tipped her off that her ex-husband was acting aggressively toward her one-year-old son.
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We're told when Wissam refused to give her the password, she immediately called Janet and "stirred the pot" which ended with a visit from sheriffs deputies. The watch commander added that everything checked out okay and when the police left and the child remained at the hotel. He said that the pop icon became anxious for her child's safety when the nanny grew "terrified" by Al Mana's allegedly wild behavior and "locked herself in a bathroom, so she could contact Janet". The source also claims Al Mana has been verbally aggressive to Jackson in the past.
The woman was "terrified" and "locked herself in a bathroom so she could contact Janet", Randy told ET's Kevin Frazier.
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Their son was born in January 2017, just four months before the couple announced their split.
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Since separating from the reportedly controlling business baron, Janet Jackson has been mired in a legal battle to attain sole custody of Eissa from Al Mana.