Vanity Fair alleges that La Toya Jackson raided and pillaged Michael Jackson's house just hours after he died, and the late singer's sister is infuriated.
La Toya is threatening to sue the magazine if it doesn't retract the story.
The article, entitled "Estate of Siege," claims she showed up at MJ's mansion shortly after his death and began stuffing plastic bags filled with cash into a duffel bag.
La Toya's "mad scramble for money" allegedly took place June 25, 2009.
That morning, Michael died of cardiac arrest, due to a Propofol injection by Dr. Conrad Murray. After MJ was taken to UCLA Medical Center, La Toya came by his house.
VF then says her boyfriend was seen leaving the home in a moving van.
According to La Toya, the story is "replete with misstatements of fact, false innuendos, and defamatory insinuations" and she will sue if there isn't an immediate retraction.
Stay tuned on this one.