Katherine Jackson says she will not press charges against her kids after she was allegedly tricked into spending about 10 days shacked up at a luxury spa in Arizona without her phone in what some believe was an attempted coup against Michael Jackson's estate.
Her attorney Perry Sanders said, “This chapter of chaos is closed, and we are supportive of family unity in spite of recent events and arguably poor decisions.”
Katherine first went missing from her home in Calabasas, Calif., on July 14.
In a sworn declaration filed last week, the 82-year-old Jackson family matriarch claimed she planned to drive to see her sons perform in New Mexico on that day, but a doctor advised her to fly instead. She did as instructed.
When she got off her private plane, she found herself in Arizona.
There, she was put up at a luxury spa, cut off from technology and kept in the dark about the state of Michael’s children - Prince Michael, 15, Paris, 14, and Blanket, 10 - for days while they had no clue what was going on either.That bizarre incident followed a letter sent by Janet Jackson and four of her siblings to the executors of Michael's estate, accusing them of making bad decisions and putting Katherine - the kids' legal guardian - in harm's way.
While she was missing, Katherine's legal custody of Michael’s children was temporarily suspended in favor of her nephew, TJ Jackson, 34.
Katherine was reinstated as guardian last Thursday.