Michael Jackson's daughter has renewed her Twitter.com family feud with uncle Randy Jackson after he appeared on TV in America on Tuesday and accused the administrators of his late brother's estate of criminal misconduct.
Teenager Paris first took aim at Randy last week after he confirmed the existence of a letter signed by himself and siblings Janet, Jermaine and Tito, which contested the authenticity of their superstar brother's will and accused estate executors John Branca and John McClain of faking the King of Pop's legal documents prior to his death in June, 2009.
Responding to Randy's tweet confirming the family members are challenging the administrators, Michael's second child tweeted, "Hello dear family member I don't appreciate you telling everyone things that aren't true thank you very much".
She took aim at Randy again on Tuesday after he appeared on Al Sharpton's MSNBC show Politics Nation and tried to explain why he and his siblings are challenging Branca and McClain, telling the host, "We feel there is criminal misconduct."
Jackson told Sharpton he believes his brother Michael's will is fake, questioning the date it was signed and claiming the King of Pop was in New York with Sharpton on the day it was allegedly finalised in Los Angeles.
Randy said, "He cannot be in two places at one time. He did not sign that will."
He also accused Branca and McClain of using his teenage niece and nephews Prince and Blanket to put pressure on his mother, 82 year old family matriarch Katherine Jackson, to "get her to say things in their favour to clean up their image."
He added, "This is not about money for us. This is not about being left out of the will. The will is a fake. They are trying to turn family members against family members."
Randy insisted he and his brothers and sister are contesting the will for the good of the family - a comment his niece took exception to minutes later on Twitter.com, writing, "'Family' they said", and adding, "MJfam is my family... love you guys!!"
Earlier in the day, Randy's brother Tito announced he was bailing on the plan to challenge the estate executors.
In a statement to TMZ.com, he said, "I completely retract my signature from the July 17th letter sent to the Executors of my brother Michael's estate and repudiate all the claims made against them... I don't want any part of that letter whatsoever."
Branca and McClain also spoke out hours before Jackson's TV appearance, stating, "We are saddened that false and defamatory accusations grounded in stale internet conspiracy theories are now being made by certain members of Michael’s family whom he chose to leave out of his will."
The two lawyers later released a second statement, in which they revealed they are "concerned" about protecting the singer’s three children from "undue influences, bullying, greed, and other unfortunate circumstances."