Janet Jackson Calls Police As Ex-Husband Wissam Al Mana Gets Aggressive

Janet Jackson's relationship with her now-estranged husband seems to be rockier than ever as she called police in a panic about their infant son.

Janet Jackson and her ex-husband Wissam Al Mana welcomed their son on Jan. 2, 2017. However, they split three months later. Although they agreed on co-parenting, Jackson had no intention of reconciliation with her ex-husband.

Jackson called 911 over the concern for her one-year-old child, Eissa Al Mana. He was spending time with his father, but the nanny who helped Wissam Al Mana look after the baby boy was frightened by the father's behaviors. The nanny believed that the billionaire was so aggressive that she feared for the child's welfare.


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ET reached out to Jackson's brother after they learned of the phone call. Randy Jackson told Kevin Frazler from ET that the nanny was "terrified by [Wissam's] behavior and locked herself in a bathroom, so she could contact Janet.” The distressed and worried mom was not present at the scene. She immediately called the police and asked them to check on her son. A watch commander confirmed with ET that on Saturday night, just slightly before 10:00 p.m., the Malibu County Sheriff’s Office responded to a call made at the Nobu Hotel.

Back in April 2017, a friend of Janet Jackson called British publication The Daily Mail to talk about the divorce between the singer and the businessman. According to the source: "They're both busy people but determined to be good parents, even if they're apart. It's amicable and Eissa will stay with his mother, who is basing herself in London." Another source revealed on that although they still agree on sharing the custody and are equally responsible in raising their child. However, on January 2018, the rapper/ producer confirmed that their relationship was completely platonic.

ET also reached out to Wissam Al Mana through his company's website but haven't got any response yet. No further information in regards to the police's visit was reviewed as well. For the moment, we hoped that Eissa is well and his mother has got the chance to meet and take care of her son herself.


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