The frantic search for Katherine Jackson began with a desperate tweet from Michael's daughter, Paris.
"My grandmother is missing I haven't spoken with her in a week, I want her home now...if anybody sees my grandmother, please call the authorities," she tweeted.
Saturday night, Katherine's nephew filed a missing persons report with Los Angeles Sheriffs.
Jermaine Jackson tweeted, "Mother is safe and well in Arizona with her daughter and our sister Rebbie."
Los Angeles Sheriff's Deputies said they actually spoke to Katherine on the phone and confirmed she's in Arizona.
Thomas Mesereau, who defended Michael in his molestation trial, said the King of Pop would not be happy about this inner turmoil within his family.
Mesereau told INSIDE EDITION, "I suspect some of this might concern him. These are wonderful children, a wonderful family, I think they will get through this okay."
So, how is Katherine doing?
It has since emerged that Katherine is under the medical care of a doctor said to have close connections to Dr. Conrad Murray, the physician convicted of involuntary manslaughter in Michael Jacksons's death.
This caused Paris to tweet, "The same doctor that testified on behalf of [Dr. Murray] saying my father was a drug addict (a lie) is caring for my grandmother ... just saying."