Saturday, April 29, 2017

Janet Jackson Gearing Up for Custody Battle?


Is Janet Jackson preparing for a custody battle with husband Wissam Al Mana..?

Sure sounds like it.

Insiders tell Naughty Gossip,
“Janet’s ex, Wissam Al Mana, isn’t going to go away without a fight.”
"He is very private and if he is leaking images of himself looking like the perfect dad it is for a reason – a custody battle is about to begin. It is no coincidence that Janet just released a picture of her and the baby – looking like the perfect mommy.” 

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Get Out!,including other nations.
They fetish us,wanna be and dominate us but regard us in contempt. They HATE you.
Come back home Black people!

Anonymous said...

Whatever.

Anonymous said...

2:50 WTF???????????

Honey Bun said...

yeah he's trying gto keep that baby in the middle east and he has the money to burn on lawyers , good luck

Anonymous said...

@ 2:50 Black people are coons. They'll never stay away from these other nations. This shit been going on since biblical days.

Anonymous said...

As Janet's husband -- Wissam Al Mana -- is a Qatari national, the custody odds are in his favor. His tremendous wealth also buys him massive influence. There is little that the laws of the United States can do about it:

"Qatari courts do not, as a general rule, award custody of "dual national" (U.S./Qatari) children to an American mother or father, even one who is Muslim. A fundamental consideration in awarding custody is a parent's place of permanent residence and degree of access to the children. Custody of very young children is generally granted to the mother, as long as certain restrictive conditions are met. Once the children come of age (for males, completion of their seventh year of age, for females, the onset of puberty), the father can appeal for, and will usually be awarded, full custody, provided certain restrictive conditions are met. If a father is unable or unfit to be custodian of his children, the court may give custody to another family member. Shari'a court judges have broad discretion in custody cases and often make exceptions to these general guidelines, particularly in cases in which a parent is from an influential family or has powerful connections in Qatar.

Even when a mother is granted custody, the non-custodial father maintains a great deal of influence on the rearing of the children. In many cases, the father has been able to acquire legal custody of children against the wishes of the mother when she is unable or unwilling to meet certain conditions set by law for her to maintain her custodial rights. For example, if a mother refuses to give the father access to his child or attempts to leave Qatar with the children without the court's permission, a mother's custody rights can be severed. The Qatari court can sever a mother's custody if it determines that the mother is incapable of safeguarding the child or of bringing the child up in accordance with the appropriate religious standards. Either parent can lose custody by re-marrying a party considered "unmarriageable," or by residing in a home with people that might be "strangers." However, the final decision is left to the discretion of the Shari'a court."

Anonymous said...

@5:00 That Naughty Gossip was reported verbatim on the Wendell Williams show this past Wed. I guess even Snitch is not above borrowing news sometimes. lbvs

Anonymous said...

Janet should have birth her baby in the United States
Or she and her baby should get back to the US as soon as possible....Qatari Law means nothing here

Anonymous said...

@shut up 5:00. Stop being disrespectful. Go where you are entertained most. How do you know if the other websites didn't copy and paste as well?

I thought Janet had the baby in london? Is there a Quatar government in london?

Anonymous said...

6:39 thanks for the info; That's what I thought, and knowing the Jackson's, she'll let the baby go for the right price. Talented people, but highly dysfunctional.

Anonymous said...

10:30pm, Wassim's level of wealth breaches borders. And yes, who are these people who comes to RWS and then get mad at the stories?

Anonymous said...

They could be working on a joint custody deal.

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