Katherine Jackson’s Elder Abuse Case Against Nephew Trent Jackson Tossed Out Of Court

Katherine Jackson’s Elder Abuse Case Thrown Out

Katherine Jackson‘s elder abuse case against her nephew Trent Jackson was thrown out of court on Tuesday because she and her legal team were unprepared to go to trial.

Here’s the scoop via TMZ:

The judge just booted the case after Katherine’s lawyers essentially threw themselves at the mercy of the court, claiming their client was unprepared to go forward. The lawyers asked the judge if the case could be dismissed “without prejudice,” meaning it could be refiled. The lawyers also said Katherine never realized this would turn into a full-blown trial.

The judge said today was judgment day, and if she wasn’t ready it’s case closed forever.

What’s interesting … Katherine has been MIA from almost everyone — she hasn’t even seen her grandchildren since January and she’s the one with legal guardianship.

Trent and other members of the family believe Katherine is being manipulated by some of Michael’s brothers and sisters so they could gain some control over the MJ Estate.

Katherine filed a declaration for the temporary restraining order in which she made shocking claims against Trent, but Trent and others think she had no idea what she was signing if she signed at all.

What a mess! I just hope Ms. Katherine is safe and sound.

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