A bombshell twist in the Jackson family civil war.
Janet Jackson is now reportedly banned from the estate where she faced off with her niece Paris. Also banned are Janet's brothers, Jermaine and Randy, and her sister, Rebbie and their father, Joe.
It comes on the heels of matriarch Katherine Jackson going missing for 10 days and being out of touch with her three grandchildren, Paris, Prince and Blanket.
The email, written by top Los Angeles lawyer Howard Weitzman, reportedly said, "In order to protect the children and Mrs. Jackson…We instruct the security to preclude the following from entering the residence or its grounds: Randy Jackson and any of his children, Janet Jackson, Rebbie Jackson and any of her children, Jermaine Jackson, his wife and any of his children."
E! News correspondent Alicia Quarles told INSIDE EDITION, "Michael Jackson's executors are ticked off. They have had enough of the accusations, they have had enough of the siblings attacking them, and they are saying 'You know what? You want to play dirty? We can play dirtier.'"
Roland Martin Reports read a statement, "Anyone else who was involved in the recent events that led to Mrs. Jackson's separation from and inability to communicate with the children cannot come to the house. Also, Joe cannot come to the house."
Randy Jackson tweeted on Monday, "This is why I am so afraid of my mother."
On Friday night, Katherine Jackson got a standing ovation from fans as she arrived at the Jackson brothers' "Unity Tour" show in Saratoga, California.
Katherine brought Michael Jackson's children to the show, despite the ongoing family feud. From the stage, Jermaine said, "We are a family. Sometimes it seems to get complicated. We are one family and we will heal, I promise you."
But the three kids were reportedly not thrilled to be there.
Paris was spotted on Sunday, leaving a Barnes and Noble bookstore. Dressed in cut-off shorts and a Star Wars t-shirt, she was carrying a copy of the popular young adult novel, Pure.