In the latest of his increasingly outrageous statements about the late Michael Jackson, the singer's father, Joe is again pointing fingers regarding his death.
Only this time, he's not just accusing Dr. Conrad Murray of murder - he's blaming the inaction of his wife, Katherine Jackson, for Michael Jackson's demise.
It's as shocking a statement as it is terrible.
Joe tells the UK's News of the World personally that he noticed Michael was "looking kinda funny and and frail" and asked Katherine to check up on him.
She refused, Joe claims, because she didn't want to invade his privacy. They argued about this before Michael's June 25, 2009 death, but she was firm.
After Michael died, he said to Katherine, "I said this would have never happened if you had went and been with him." What a despicable human being.
For reasons unknown, Joe Jackson has turned on Katherine.
Intentionally cut out of MJ's will, Joe is fighting to get an allowance from the estate, even as Katherine has been giving her estranged spouse money.
We'll see if that continues thanks to the latest installment in his "rich history of reckless, untrue comments," as her lawyer, Adam Streisand, puts it.
"The world knows that Mrs. Jackson has always been a loving mother and grandmother, and that she and Michael had a very special relationship."
Steisand continues with a brutal, but accurate dig at Joe: "The world also knows who Joe Jackson is and he seems bent on never letting us forget."
Howard Weitzman, lawyer for the Estate of Michael Jackson, also came to the defense of the pop icon's mother and guardian of his three children."The inference by Joe Jackson that Mrs. Jackson was in any way responsible for Michael's death is preposterous," Weitzman said in a statement.
"Katherine Jackson was a supportive and loving mother throughout Michael's life. His love and respect for her is reflected in his estate plan."
The irony here is that Joe's best chance to receive money from the estate, aside from absurd interviews like this one, is Katherine's generosity.
His efforts to receive an allowance from the will have been and will continue to be denied by his executors, as Michael blatantly did not want this.
Katherine, who received 40 percent of Michael's net worth and effectively controls the 40 percent the children receive, has been helping him out.
Talk about biting the hand that feeds you.