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T.J. Jackson began performing with the group 3T in the 1990s. In 2012, he won temporary guardianship of his cousins Prince Jackson, Paris Jackson and Blanket Jackson.
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Exacerbating the paranoia, Katherine Jackson's "disappearance" came shortly after a dispute between her and several members of the Jackson clan—including singer Janet Jackson—who raised questions about the validity of Michael Jackson's will,
pointed fingers at the Jackson matriarch and called for the executors of his estate to resign.
Long before becoming their temporary guardian, T.J. Jackson was reportedly very involved in the lives of Paris, Prince and Blanket. "The children absolutely adore T.J., and he is one of the few voices of sanity in this whole situation," a source told the Chicago Sun-Times.
On August 2, 2012, a judge restored Katherine Jackson as the permanent guardian of Paris, Prince and Blanket, also approving a plan granting T.J. Jackson co-guardianship of the children.
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