Jackson Family Stun Gun Mess Related to Sticky Divorce?

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NEW YORK (CBS) A divorce in the Jackson family between Jermaine Jackson and Alejandra Jackson may have led to the stun gun mess that officials are still looking into, says TMZ.

The L.A. County Department of Children and Family Services knocked on the door of Katherine Jackson's house to investigate, after Jermaine Jackson's son Jermajesty purchased a stun gun online. The lawyer for Michael Jackson's mother, Katherine, who has custody of Michael's three children, says that the stun gun was swiftly confiscated by security at the house before anything happened with it.

Jermaine filed for divorce from Alejandra in 2004. TMZ says that according to papers, Jermaine pressured Alejandra to live with their children Jaafar and Jermajesty in the Jackson family home in Encino. Alejandra complained that most of the child support she received was from Katherine, and was often in the form of gift cards from Ralph's supermarket, and Ralph's is the place Jaafar bought a credit card so he could purchase the stun gun online.

Alejandra has been living in Katherine's home along with Jaafar, Jermajesty, and her two other children who were born during Alejandra's marriage to Jermaine's brother, Randy Jackson. All that plus Michael's three children. Thankfully, TMZ reports that the house has 26 bathrooms and 12 bedrooms.