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Police called after fight at Michael Jackson's mother's home

Family disturbance occurs days after Jackson's mother is found safe and well after being reported missing

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Police in LA have been called to Michael Jackson's mother's home after a fight between two people.

Los Angeles sheriff's spokesman Steve Whitmore said that no-one was arrested after police were called to Katherine Jackson's home at lunchtime yesterday, AP reports.

He confirmed that there was a physical altercation between two people at the house, where Jackson's mother lives with his three children. The case remains under investigation as a possible battery. He declined to say who was involved.

This is the latest drama from the Jackson family. Yesterday Katherine Jackson was declared safe and well after being reported missing by her nephew Trent Jackson at the weekend.

Several of the Jackson siblings are currently involved in a long-running dispute over Michael Jackson's will. The siblings, Janet, Jermaine, Tito, Randy and Rebbie Jackson all claim that the will, which was created on July 7, 2002, is a fake as on the day it was allegedly signed by Michael in Los Angeles, he was actually in New York.

Michael Jackson died aged 50 in 2009 from a heart attack.

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