Courtesy of NewsOne
Jermaine Jackson called Wednesday for an end to the public feud that has embroiled his family for more than a week, saying issues over the care of his mother and with late brother Michaelâ€™s estate should be handled privately.
Jackson wrote in a statement first released to The Associated Press that he regrets the public turmoil that resulted from his mother Katherineâ€™s 10-day trip to an Arizona spa. The trip sparked a missing personâ€™s report and a driveway confrontation between relatives at the home of Katherine Jackson before a judge stripped her of guardianship duties.
â€œMistakes have been made and irrational things have been said on both sides in a highly charged emotional environment,â€ Jermaine Jackson wrote. â€œIt is time for us all to draw a line in the sand and move towards peace, co-operation, love and healing.â€