Jermaine Jackson, one of the main players in the family revolt against the Michael Jackson Estate, has officially defected from the rebellion ... mostly.
While he has "deep reservations" about their conduct, Jermaine is bowing out of official efforts to challenge the power of his late brother's executors.
"I rescind my signature from the letter which was sent to the Estate, and which should never have gone public," Jermaine Tweeted Wednesday.
"I still hold deep reservations about many issues involving the Estate," he adds.
"I will continue to bring scrutiny and a resolute voice wherever we have great cause for concern. But the way to address such matters is through the proper channels and via a private dialogue, not public conflict."
"In this spirit, I offer this statement by way of extending an olive-branch."
That would be long overdue, following their apparent coup attempt to wrest guardianship of Michael's kids away from their grandmother and guardian.Jermaine and Tito are no longer backing the family's bid to oust the executors, who they even suggested are actively mistreating Katherine Jackson.
The signatures of Janet Jackson - who was accused of a physical and verbal altercation with Paris Jackson - Rebbie, and Randy remain on the letter.
All are still barred from their mom's house by court order. Prince, Paris and Blanket are under the temporary guardianship of TJ Jackson, Tito's son.