Child Protective Services Finishing Michael Jackson Investigation
The governmental agency believes Jackson’s children are not in danger.
California’s Department of Children and Family Services has essentially completed its investigation into the home where Michael Jackson’s children live, and according to RadarOnline.com no serious problems were detected.
DCFS was contacted after reports alleged that Jermaine Jackson’s son Jaafar had used a stun gun on the King of Pop’s youngest child, Blanket.
The Jackson family denied this claim, and DCFS has since decided that the children are not in danger.
“There are no big problems found in the house by DCFS,” an insider told the website.
It’s possibly that one more visit will take place, but the family is pleased that the investigation is wrapping up. (RadarOnline)