Pop legend Janet Jackson became very frightened about the status of her child and called the police to check on the toddler while he was in the custody of her estranged husband.
We have learned that last night, Janet Jackson called the police due to the fact that she was anxious about the wellbeing of her one year old son Eissa Al Mana. A watch commander confirmed to E! that Jackson made the call at about 10 PM, and that she was not at the hotel at the time.
A watch commander with the Malibu County Sheriff's office confirms to Us Weekly that the Grammy victor made the call before 10 p.m. and authorities went to the Nobu Hotel to check on the boy.
TMZ reports local police went to check up on the little boy at the hotel but "found no one to be in danger". Jackson was entitled to a $100 million settlement from her husband if they stay stayed married for five years, and another $100 million if they had a child.
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Apparently, the nanny was very scared of Al Mana's behavior as he was allegedly aggressive.
According to sources, Jackson was not on the scene at the time of the incident.
A source also revealed they're committed to co-parenting, but have no plans to reconcile their marriage.