Michael Jackson’s Kids Meet With Court Appointed Guardian

Source: Sheila Marikar and Anthony Castellano / ABC News

A court appointed child advocate met with Michael Jackson’s children Monday night, sources told ABC News, and is working with them so that they can rejoin Katherine Jackson, Michael Jackson’s mother and their legal guardian.

Court papers will likely be filed this week to demand that Katherine Jackson be allowed contact with the children. Sources told ABC News that the filing would likely include a request for a temporary guardian for the children, who is expected to be someone already around the children.

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department responded to a “family disturbance” at the Jackson family home Monday after, sources said, Randy, Jermaine and Janet Jackson showed up and apparently tried to take Michael Jackson’s kids away.

Sheriff’s spokesman Steve Whitmore said Monday there was a “scuffle” between two family members at the Calabasas home of family matriarch Katherine Jackson, but no arrests were made.

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