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Thursday 23 October 2014

TJ Jackson now permanent co-guardian

Prince, Paris and Blanket Jackson

TJ Jackson has been officially declared co-guardian of the late Michael Jackson's children.

The King of Pop is survived by Prince, 15, Paris, 14, and his youngest son Blanket.

Family matriarch Katherine Jackson had lost guardianship of her three grandchildren when she disappeared for 10 days.

A new arrangement was temporarily put in place for her to share parenting duties of the brood with grandson TJ, 34.

TMZ reports that a Los Angeles family court judge ruled Wednesday that TJ will care for the kids for good.

Although custodial issues have now been settled, the Jackson family is currently embroiled in an ongoing feud.

Katherine, who is also mother to Janet, Jermaine and Randy, is said to be furious with her brood as the fallout over tragic Michael's estate continues.

Her children Janet, Rebbie and Randy are apparently banned from entering her house, which is rented through the Michael Jackson estate and is also home to his three children after the siblings demanded the executors resign because they claim his 2002 will is a fake.

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