Janet Jackson sent sheriffs deputies racing to check on the safety of her 1-year-old son after allegations of abuse and drug use on her ex, but upon arrival cops found there was no danger and determined the child is unfortunately caught in the middle of his parent's bitter custody war.
Law enforcement sources tell The Blast Janet Jackson and Wissam Al Mana have been having nasty childcare issues over baby Eissa, which has resulted in frequent arguments between the two. We're told the welfare check was initiated Saturday night around 9:55 PM by Jackson to check on the child while in the care of his father at the Nobu Ryokan hotel in Malibu.
When deputies arrived, we're told they found the baby to be well taken care of, with no signs of anything wrong. We're told the baby was not in danger, and there were no drugs around or suspected. There are reports Janet claimed Al Mana was using drugs, but an official for the Los Angeles County Sheriff's office tell us there was zero suspicion of drugs being used, and they were confused as to why Jackson made the allegation. No report was taken and Eissa was left in the care of his father.
The call, first reported by ET, was made by Janet after she allegedly received a call from a concerned nanny.
We're told deputies spoke with both Al Mana and Jackson, and determined there has been an ongoing verbal dispute between the two parents. It's unclear if Jackson is going to take further legal action regarding the current custody situation.