Janet Jackson calls police to check on one-year-old son's safety

Janet Jackson

Law enforcement sources tell us Janet made the call to Malibu authorities late Saturday night, asking cops to check in on her son. who was with her estranged husband, Wissam Al Mana, at the Nobu Hotel.

The police confirmed that Jackson was not on the scene at the time of the incident but that she was at the hotel when the police arrived.

We're told when Wissam refused to give her the password, she immediately called Janet and "stirred the pot" which ended with a visit from sheriffs deputies.

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The pop star's brother Randy Jackson told Entertainment Tonight that Jackson was concerned after their nanny grew "terrified" by Al Mana's behavior and 'locked herself in a bathroom, so she could contact Janet'. The source also claims Al Mana has been verbally aggressive to Jackson in the past.

Jackson and her husband, Wissam Al Mana, called it quits previous year after giving birth to a baby boy in January.

A source close to the Jacksons divulged to Us Weekly previous year that Janet Jackson felt like she was locked in a golden prison by a very rich Middle Easterner who very much wanted an obedient and "traditional wife who stuck with Muslim traditions".

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