Was the stun gun incident only the beginning?
Michael Jackson’s three children, known for being nice, well-adjusted and surprisingly normal despite their eccentric dad, are now being raised "in a chaotic environment devoid of discipline and parental supervision," according to reports.
Prince, Paris and Blanket have been living at the Jackson family home with Michael's mother, Katherine Jackson, as instructed in the late music icon's will.
More than a dozen family members live there as well. The big problem, not surprisingly, is that the other kids living in the house are totally out of control.
Well, only if you consider using a Ralph's rewards card to order a stun gun online and trying to taser Blanket out of control ... it's all how you look at it.
Is Katherine Jackson in over her head with Michael's kids?
A source blames MJ's brothers Randy and Jermaine Jackson, who are described as "the most ego-maniacal, self-centered people that have ever walked the earth.”
That's saying something on a planet that also features Kanye West.
Red flags were raised and a Department of Children and Family Services investigation launched following a recent incident with Blanket and Jermaine's son Jafaar.
Jafaar, 13, got his hands on a stun gun, allegedly for the purpose of zapping Michael's youngest son. Jermaine Jackson now finds himself facing harsh criticism.
"Any kid that grows up with that sense of privilege, you can just imagine the behavior that’s viewed as acceptable,” a source said. “It’s frankly disturbing.”
“This is not something that Michael’s children are used to. They were brought up in a loving home. They’re not used to experiencing this kind of violence.”
Should Michael’s children be placed with another guardian?
"It's not that simple. Michael was very careful about who and what his children were exposed to. They need someone who can be a constant for them."