Jackson family denies Blanket was target of stun gun
There's big doings at the Jackson family compound these days, what with Jermaine Jackson's 13-year-old son Jaafar threatening to use a stun gun he bought online on Michael's son Blanket. Well, that's what TMZ said, anyway, so now the family is denying it. Stunned is probably the right word to use here.
Reports say that security guards in the house confiscated the stun gun after it was delivered to the Jacksons' Encino house and Jafaar -- who lives in the house with mom Alejandra -- was found goofing around with it a couple weeks ago. Then somebody said there was a second gun and the L.A. County Department of Children and Family Services showed up this week to interview family members, including matriarch Katherine Jackson.
"Blanket Jackson never saw or heard the stun gun," Jackson family attorney Adam Streisand told People in a statement. "Neither did Paris Jackson. Prince saw the stun gun in the possession of security. There is no second stun gun."
DCFS didn't comment on the incident, but considering all the rumors surrounding his home life, we think being hit with a stun gun would be the least of Blanket's problems.
[Photo: Jermaine and Alejandra, keep an eye on your kid. Getty Images]