Just last week, Janet Jackson said that she has not been barred from seeing her mother after the family feud over Michael Jackson's estate. But now, it has been revealed that Katherine does not want to see her children.
According to a source, the 82-year-old matriarch is heartbroken and upset at her children's recent behavior. She decided to not see them even if it was in another location other than the Calabasas home where Janet and her siblings were banned from visiting.
"For the time being, Janet, Rebbie, and Randy aren't allowed at the home. The executors were asked to send a letter to Katherine's children after the trio, plus Jermaine, descended onto the house while Katherine was in Tucson, Arizona unaware that her grandchildren had been trying to reach her, and an altercation ensued," a source told Radar Online.
Although she is free to see Janet, Randy or Jermaine, the source added that Katherine has no desire to do so since she felt betrayed by her own children in keeping her away from her grandchildren who were trying to contact her.
"Katherine has absolutely no desire to see them right now because she is just heartbroken that they betrayed her trust and didn't tell her that Michael's children had been trying to contact her," the insider continued.
"(She will) never publicly say anything negative about her children, it's just not who she is. However, she is just absolutely disappointed that Janet, Randy, Rebbie, and Jermaine would keep her in the dark like that. Jermaine has apologized, but Katherine can't forget it," the source said.
Last week, Janet broke her silence after weeks of being on the news due to their family disputes. In behalf of her brothers, she claimed that Michael Jackson's executors were causing harm to their family. The statement also pointed that the principal concern has and always will be the safety and well-being of Michael Jackson's three kids, their mother and for the whole Jackson family
While Katherine is back together with her grandchildren, Prince, Paris and Blanket, Janet Jackson and her siblings said that they will continue to fight for the truth behind Michael Jackson's will.