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This photo shows the extraordinary moment Janet Jackson is believed to have slapped her niece Paris and called her a 'spoiled little b****' during an attempt to 'ambush' Michael Jackson's three children.
Police were called as the singer, along with brothers Randy and Jermaine, stormed the children's house as the feud between the warring clan erupted into open warfare on Monday.
When Janet allegedly screamed abuse at Paris the 14-year-old responded with a slap of her own, a source toldTMZ, telling her aunt: 'This is our house. Not the Jackson family house. Get the f*** out!"
As a result of the chaotic scenes, a lawyer acting on behalf of Prince, Paris and Prince Michael II, aka Blanket, has claimed they 'aren't safe' around the Jackson family.
According toRadarOnline, thechildren's court-appointed attorney, Margaret Lodise, has begun steps to take over their guardianshipbecause their grandmother has been out of town for more than a week.
'Ambush': The three siblings entered the property after following an SUV containing the Jackson children through the gates of the family compound
Feud: Jermaine and Janet were seen arguing with the children in a heated encounter
Executors John Branca and John McClain also addressed the fracas in a letter posted online to fans of the pop superstar, claiming that they are doing everything they can to protect his children.
'We are acutely concerned about the welfare of Mrs. Jackson, and most particularly with Michael's minor children.We are concerned that we do what we can to protect them from undue influences, bullying, greed, and other unfortunate circumstances,' Branca and McClain wrote.
The latest feud between the Jacksons is said to have been stemmed from a dispute over Michael Jackson's $500million will.
Jackson died in June 2009 at age 50 and left his estate to care for his mother and three children. He left nothing to his father or siblings, who have repeatedly tried to intervene in the estate.
Several have expressed doubts about the validity of his will.
Row: Janet and Jermaine Jackson were pictured rowing outside the Jackson family home; police later responded to a complaint of a physical altercation at the Calabasas home
Dissent: The latest feud originated over Michael Jackson's $500m fortune, which his siblings did not inherit
THE $500m FIGHT FOR JACKO'S FORTUNE: THE FACTS
What's at stake:
A recent financial summary showed that Michael Jackson's estate has earned almost $500million in gross profits since his death, and many of his major debts have either been resolved or are no longer delinquent.
Beneficiary of Michael's Jackson's estate and legal guardian of his three children. She was reported missing over the weekend but later found to be with her daughter Rebbie and other relatives in Arizona.
Her lawyer claims a plan has been in place for the last three years to remove Katherine Jackson from her home and her beloved grandchildren. Last reported whereabouts - an Arizona spa.
Prince Michael, Paris and Blanket
Michael Jackon's three children are set to inherit his $500m estate when Katherine dies. None of Jackson's eight siblings were named in will. Jacko's kids are seeking contact with grandmother Katherine, who they have not spoken to in nine days.
Targeted in an 'ambush' by uncles and aunt (Janet, Jermaine and Randy) last night.
Janet, Randy, Rebbie and Jermaine Jackson
Claim that the King of Pop's will was a fake and that the executors of his lucrative estate should step down.
Pressuring Katherine Jackson to seek permission from a judge to investigate the will's validity.
Letter penned by siblings on July 17 claims Katherine was being manipulated by the executors, John Branca and John McClain, her health had been affected, and she suffered a mini-stroke.
Randy and Jermaine had both previously asked their brother Michael's estate to pay their child support, hinting at financial motives behind plot. The request was denied.
He also signed the July 17 letter but has today backed out of plot and says he's renounced any intention to challenge validity of his brother's will.
Not part of plot to challenge brother's will. Claims he has been cut off from contacting Katherine and in an interview with The Insider today he declared: 'I'm going to get to the bottom of this.'
On the fence
Michael Jackson's fatherJoe Jackson and remaining siblings La Toya and Jackie Jackson have not made their allegiances clear.
Tito Junior, son of Michael's brother Tito
He has drafted legal documents applying for temporary guardianship of Michael's three children while the feud is settled
Trent Jackson, Joe Jackson's nephew
He has sided with his young cousins Paris, Blanket and Prince Michael. Involved in alleged physical altercation with Jermaine and Randy at Calabasas compound last night.
Sandra Ribera, an attorney for Katherine Jackson, has meanwhile confirmed authorities were called to the residence after the matriarch's grandchildren were accosted by relatives who followed them into the gated community.
Ribera wrote in a statement:'After exiting their vehicles, Jackson family members ran up to Michael's children as they yelled and began to aggressively grab at the cellphones in their hands.'
She and sheriff's officials have not identified who was involved in the incident, but video footage appears to show Michael Jackson's siblings Janet, Randy and Jermaine in the driveway of the home.
The video was obtained by Good Morning America and TMZ.
Ribera also claimed 'a plan has been in place for the last three years to remove Katherine Jackson from her home and her beloved grandchildren.'
House of cards: Katherine Jackson (second from left) playing Uno with her daughter Rebbie (left) and other family members in Arizona on Sunday, two days after she was reported missing
We're all alright: Katherine is pictured smiling behind her eldest daughter Rebbie
Her statement came after Katherine Jackson was found to be with daughter Rebbie and other relatives at her home in Arizona, after she was reported missing over the weekend by her nephew, Trent Jackson.
Sheriff's spokesman Steve Whitmore said the missing person's investigation into her whereabouts has been closed, as was an inquiry about possible elder abuse of the 82-year-old.
He said deputies interviewed Mrs Jackson after a family business associate warned authorities that she was possibly being emotionally abused by a family member. Whitmore said the elder Jackson emphatically denied the accusations.
The matriarch has meanwhile not spoken to her grandchildren since leaving the Los Angeles area on July 15, when she set off to attend a concert as part of the Jackson family's Unity Tour.
She never attended the concert, leaving the Jackson children unsupervised and increasingly upset over her 'disappearance'.
Defiant: Prince, Paris and Blanket Jackson refused to leave the house with their aunt and uncles
The family feud became public when Paris expressed concern about her 'missing' grandmother in a series of tweets.
Michael's siblings subsequently published a photograph of Katherine Jackson her playing cards with family members at her daughter Rebbie's home, while Jermaine admitted that her access to computers and phones has been blocked for her 'well-being'.
Investigators from Pima County Sheriff's Department visited Rebbie's home on Sunday to perform a welfare check on Katherine, and determined she is 'fine'.
A Pima County sheriff’s deputy toldX17 OnlineKatherine Jackson was on vacation, explaining: 'When I got there, Katherine Jackson and her family were at the dinner table and had just finished a game of UNO.
'She seemed like she was having a good time. She was happy, safe and healthy.'
Anger: Paris Jackson hasn't had any contact with her grandmother Katherine for nine days; Katherine is the guardian of the teen and her brothers
Outspoken: The teenager took to Twitter again this evening with this message that appeared to be directed at friends
TMZ later reported Katherine was visiting 'a fancy spa' in Tucson where she was taken because the family feels 'the house is utter chaos and Katherine is exhausted.'
Paris has not relented, however, revealling this morning she has yet to have direct contact with her grandmother since the ordeal unravelled.
The teenager tweeted this morning: '9 days and counting... so help me god i will make whoever did this pay.'
RadarOnlineclaims Janet Jackson was behind the trip, saying the 46-year-old singer was adamant her mother needed bed rest.
The website claims a family member spoke to them, and said: 'Katherine is very well. Janet was behind the whole thing – she felt that Katherine needed medical help and was desperate for her to get some bed rest.
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When trouble looms, prayer is always a good first step to take. But having a foundation upon which to build our prayers also makes a difference. Jehoshaphat, the King of Judah, faced an enormous challenge. Three different tribes--the Moabites, Amonites, and Meunites--simultaneously waged war against him. Most leaders would have crumbled under such pressure, or at the very least taken drastic measures, but Jehoshaphat was a wise king. Though afraid, he did not strike out against his enemies.Instead, knowing that God was interested in his dilemma, he "turned his attention to seek the Lord" and proclaimed a fast throughout the land.
Jehoshaphat also knew that God, who was greater than any earthly problem, had done miraculous things for Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Moses, David, and Daniel. That same God would help him, too, in his hour of need. We should never underestimate the Lord's interest in our affairs. He helped our ancestors in the Bible, and He can and will help His children today.
It's easy to think our problems are unimportant in the eyes of God, but He doesn't feel that way at all. Whatever concerns us concerns Him. If we, like Jehoshaphat, turn right to God and proclaim His power, He will intervene. And no matter how great our challenges are, God is greater.
Mariam. (Mama Joe)
Grace is the heavenly resource behind all of God's promises. Faith is the simple means of accessing that grace