LOS ANGELES (AP) - An attorney for Michael Jackson's mother says the late singer's children were never exposed to a stun gun that was sent to the family's home recently.
Attorney Adam Streisand confirmed that child services workers
are investigating, but says the stun gun was confiscated before any harm was done. He says in a statement that the weapon wasn't used on any of the late pop superstar's three young children.
Streisand says only Michael Jackson's oldest son, Prince, saw
the stun gun after it was taken by security. The attorney says one of Jermaine Jackson's teenage sons ordered the stun gun online and tested it out on a piece of paper.
Jackson's mother, Katherine, is the guardian of her son Michael's three children, who range in ages from 8 to 13.