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Saturday 31 January 2015

Paris Jackson apologises to family members

Paris Jackson
Paris Jackson

Paris Jackson has reportedly "smoothed over" a conflict she had with her family this week.

The 14-year-old daughter of the late Michael Jackson became embroiled in a recent scandal stemming from a letter allegedly written by Janet, Rebie, Tito, Randy and Jermaine Jackson.

The note apparently called for the Jackson Estate executors, John Branca and John McLain, to resign immediately because Michael's siblings believe the King of Pop's will was fake.

The letter also alleged that the family matriarch Katherine Jackson was in bad health and had suffered a mini-stroke.

Paris took to Twitter Wednesday denouncing these claims, but she has reportedly since made peace with her family.

"Everything has been smoothed over between Paris and the family, however the will is still being investigated," a source told X17 online.

Paris took to Twitter again following the dispute to express her sentiments on the matter.

"an apology is an apology i don't care who you are or what you've done , i will have open ears and an open mind (sic)," she wrote.

Jermaine tweeted recently that his mother Katherine did indeed suffer a mini-stroke a couple of months ago.

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