"Janet saw bad things with her divorce ".
"Before the gravity of the situation, Randy Jackson reveals that it was he who had pushed his sister to leave Wissam Al Mana: "I said to him" you should come and live with me or it's me who'll come and it's going to be a hell". She had postponed the tour due to her pregnancy. We are in court and the rest is in God's hands'. She and Al Mana separated in April and are in the midst of divorce proceedings.
"It was quite an abusive situation". It came later in the relationship, the verbal abuse and the feeling of being a prisoner in his own house. No pregnant woman does not need to be treated in his**pe every day. There were things like that. "That's what she went through", added Steven. When asked for comment, a rep for Wissam Al Mana said, "Mr. Al Mana is not going to dignify these particular and deeply hurtful allegations with a response".
Still, in a statement delivered to People, Al Mana's team claimed Randy's statements were false and completely inflammatory. "He felt that he owned me and he controlled me, he did all these things to me and I never thought that I would get away", she told Huffington Post. I replied "I don't care". I'm exhausted of it. "It's not about anger or vengeance", Randy explained why he made a decision to speak out. In the end, all the other members of the family have joined the opinion of Randy and have encouraged Janet to put an end to this relationship toxic. "I didn't want them to know". My parents are up there in age so I wanted to protect them as much as possible, but now they know, ' Randy said of their mother and their father Joe Jackson, 89. "Everybody in the family knows".
Despite early reports that the couple's split had to do with differing religious beliefs (Randy says Janet is Christian), Randy says that was not the problem. "It's a personal issue that he needs help with and I'm going to pray for him, too".
Randy told People that the family matriarch Katherine Jackson, 87, and their sister Rebbie Jackson, 67, also came out to London from the United States to show Janet support during her ongoing divorce.
Al Mana also took to his website with a picture of his estranged wife and a positive message titled "Love".
Through tears, the mother-of-one was then heard telling the crowd: "This is me", after singing words about domestic violence and infidelity, including: 'What about the times you hit my face?' "Inshallah, we will be together in the Great Forever".
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