Police rushed to the family home of Katherine Jackson and her grandchildren Paris, Prince Michael and Blanket after receiving a call that a gunshot was fired in the Calabasas residence yesterday, a source told E! News.
Once the cops arrived at the scene, they found that nothing had happened at The Oaks community mansion and they had been pranked.
LAPD spokesperson Steve Whitmore confirmed that cops responded to a call, but wouldn't go into further detail.
Whitmore told E! News, "We went up to the house to check on something, but it was nothing. That house has had a lot of activity lately, so we sent a unit there."
Upon further request to clarify the gunshot reports, he added, "I know what you're trying to get at, but I'm telling you, nothing happened."
The Los Angeles County home has lately figured as the hub of the Jackson family drama.
E! News has learned that while Paris Jackson and her brothers live at the estate, their coguardian, T.J. Jackson, currently lives elsewhere and moved farther away awhile back. A separate source meanwhile told us that T.J. has been visiting the teens at the house two to three times a week.
New rumors are swirling that child-welfare services are investigating the Jackson children's living situation after her alleged attempted suicide Tuesday evening.
A rep for Department of Children and Family Services could not be reached for comment
Marilyn Manson dedicated his song “Disposable Teens” to Paris Jackson on Thursday, one day after the 15-year-old daughter of Michael Jackson was hospitalized following an apparent suicide attempt.
Earlier, the rocker had sent Jackson a message of support after reports that she’d thrown a fit shortly before her breakdown when she had been barred from attending his concert.
At his Thursday show, Manson told the crowd, “This song is for Paris Jackson,” before launching into “Disposable Teens.”
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