Janet Jackson called police for welfare check on 1-year-old son

Janet Jackson called police for welfare check on 1-year-old son

Janet Jackson called police for welfare check on 1-year-old son

On Saturday, June 2, the "Come Back To Me" singer called police to check on the well-being of 1-year-old son Eissa Al Mana while the toddler was with Jackson's estranged husband, Wissam Al Mana, at the Nobu hotel in Malibu, California.

When police arrived, Jackson was on the scene but authorities discerned that her child's safety was not in danger and he was allowed to stay with the father.

Jackson and Al Mana welcomed their son on January 2, 2017, and split up three months later.

Jackson's older brother Randy Jackson told "Entertainment Tonight" that the "Miss You Much" singer called 911 after receiving a call from a frantic and frightened nanny who was helping Al Mana watch their son.


The woman was "terrified" and "locked herself in a bathroom so she could contact Janet", Randy told ET's Kevin Frazier.

Janet and Wissam were married for five years and surprisingly split three months after welcoming their attractive baby boy in January 2017.

ET also reached out to Al Mana through his company's website. At the time of separating, Jackson released a statement to say they were both committed to co-parenting.

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