Michael Jackson in fresh child custody battle

British woman files papers against star for a third time

A woman claiming to be the biological mother of Michael Jackson’s three children has filed legal papers against him for a third time.

Nona Paris Lola Jackson filed papers at Los Angeles Superior Court on March 27 to request visiting rights and child support.

The motion also contained a schedule demonstrating how easily the arrangement could work.

She is making further demands to be given the singer’s Neverland ranch and another of his properties, though her proposals would mean that he retains full custody over the children.

Lola Jackson is adamant she gave birth to ten-year-old Prince Michael, nine-year-old Paris and five-year-old Prince Michael II, also called ‘Blanket’, though Jackson’s ex-wife Deborah Rowe is named on the birth certificate as the mother of both Prince Michael and Paris, while the identity of Prince Michael II‘s mother remains unknown.

Nona insists that the singer never consummated his marriage, claiming: “Debbie‘s hospital records will prove that my kids are not hers because of DNA.”

The court has already dismissed two previous custody attempts from the Brit.

Los Angeles Superior Court judge Robert Schnider refused to hear her motion last month on grounds that proper notification of Lola Jackson’s proposed action had not been given to the star or Lowe, and that Lola Jackson had additionally failed to submit credible evidence that she gave birth to the children.

Raymone Bain, a representative for the singer, branded her actions as “ludicrous”.

Court hearings on the motion have been scheduled for May 2 and May 30, reports E! Online.