Jermaine and Randy Jackson Want Michael’s Estate to Pay Child Support to Same Woman
In the sickest and most bizarre twist to the escalating Michael Jackson family feud, Randy and Jermaine Jackson want their late brother’s estate to pay their child support payments — to the same woman, according to media reports.
Both Randy Jackson, 51, and Jermaine Jackson, 58, were married to, and had two children each with Alejandra Genevieve Oaziaza. Yes, you read that right! And the two of them have made aggressive moves to help get caught up on back child support to Oaziaza to avoid jail time, says RadarOnline.com.
“Both Randy and Jermaine were behind on their child support payments — the only way they felt they could pay it was through Michael’s estate,” an insider revealed.
Randy Jackson was married to Oaziaza first and together, they had two children, Donte and Randy Jr. Jermaine then came along and courted the same woman, later marring her after she and Randy divorced. They also had two children, Jaafar and Jermajesty. They, too, are now divorced.
Now, with dwindling funds, the two brothers are looking for immediate help to satisfy their child support debts.
“Jermaine’s kids Jaafar and Jermajesty and Randy’s sons, Donte and Randy Jr., were moved into a condo in San Fernando Valley owned by the estate to help with the legal fees a few years back. But, despite that, Randy and Jermaine felt they needed extra help and they pleaded with the estate’s lawyer for help,” the site reports.
The threat of either jail time or additional fines loom large over the two brothers. This may explain why the brothers have joined the side of the family that wants to invalidate the executors of Michael Jackson’s estate. Other family members are against the move. Tito has recently stated publicly that he regrets putting his name on the letter drafted to remove the two lawyers who now run MJ’s estate.
Randy and Jermaine, the site states, went to the estate immediately after their brother’s passing to get aid.
“However, their request was shot down immediately as the estate has no legal obligations to Michael’s siblings,” the source said.