Janet Jackson Calls Police to Check on Toddler Son

Janet Jackson Calls Police to Do Welfare Check on 1-Year-Old Son Eissa

Janet Jackson Calls Police for Welfare Check on Her 17-Month-Old Son While He’s With Her Estranged Husband

USA singer Janet Jackson (R) and her then boyfriend Wissam Al Mana pose for photographers as they arrive to attend the Giorgio Armani Autumn/Winter 2013 collection at Milan Fashion Week, February 25, 2013. Eissa, who is now one year old, was in his father's custody this weekend when Jackson called police in fear for her child's life.

Janet Jackson phoned police to check on her son after her nanny called saying the star's Qatari-ex was behaving aggressively at the Nobu Hotel in California, ET Online reported on Sunday. Jackson was not on the scene at the time.

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The Together Again singer was allegedly alerted by her son's nanny to aggressive behaviour displayed by her estranged husband, which left the singer concerned about her child's safety. The site reported on Monday morning (June 4) that Jackson was anxious that Al Mana was using drugs around their child.

According to Randy, the nanny was "terrified by his behavior and locked herself in a bathroom, so she could contact Janet".

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Janet, 52, welcomed her baby boy with then-husband Wissam Al Mana in January 2017.

A spokesperson for Al Mana could not be reached for comment at press time; Billboard was also unable to reach a representative at the L.A. Country Sheriff's Department at press time.

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