Debbie Rowe is predictably engrossed in a war of words with Michael Jackson's brothers, claiming they are no talent hacks who sponged off of him.
Rowe pretty much expected Jermaine, Randy, Tito and Jackie to attack her when word got out that she's seeking guardianship of Paris and Prince.
But Michael's brothers came out swinging, claiming Debbie Rowe took Michael's money and then ran away from her children and her responsibilities.
Rowe bristles at that allegation, insisting she never abandoned her kids and that Michael constantly called her for parenting help, which she provided.
Oh, and she says Michael often told her that his only sibling with any talent was Janet Jackson, while the others turned sponging off him into an art form.
Rowe, who would also like to become Blanket's guardian even though she's not his biological mother, is deeply fearful that the kids have no supervision.
She feels Katherine Jackson is a good woman and T.J. Jackson is a good guy, but the co-guardians are too old and too busy, respectively, for the job.
As far as Michael's siblings are concerned, Debbie feels they all couldn't give a s--t and they are all bad influences on the impressionable kids.
To wit, she says the Jacksons only oppose her plan to seek guardianship because they know the child support funds from the estate will disappear.
Michael Jackson left all his money to the kids, but his mom Katherine receives nearly $50,000 a month to care for them - safe to say, more than enough.
Rowe is saying she wants to move the kids to her ranch in Palmdale, Calif., where she has a successful horse breeding business far from L.A.
One of Michael's older brothers, Jermaine Jackson, is reeling over Rowe's comments that the late King of Pop told her his brothers were talentless.
Jermaine was blunt in telling TMZ that he's been supportive and nice to Debbie from the start, is not a bad influence, is not out for money, and:
"If it wasn't for the Jackson 5 there would be no Michael Jackson ... that's what gave him the launching pad to become what he became."
You be the judge ...