Janet Jackson called police anxious about her son, but they left the hotel after determining that the one-year-old was not in danger.
A watch commander with the Malibu County Sheriff's office confirms to Us Weekly that the Grammy victor made the call before 10 p.m. and authorities went to the Nobu Hotel to check on the boy. A spokesperson for Jackson could not be reached for comment at press time. "They decided the child was OK and they left", a spokesperson for the sheriff's station tells People. Randy told the celeb news site that the nanny thought that Wissam had become aggressive and she was "terrified by his behavior".More news: U.S. Allies Rebuke Trump Administration's Trade Actions At G7 Meeting
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Jackson and her husband, Wissam Al Mana, called it quits previous year after giving birth to a baby boy in January.
Approximately five minutes later, deputies arrived at the Nobu Hotel in Malibu where Jackson's son Eissa was present with his father, reports USA Today.
Back in November, one insider insisted that Janet was not planning on reuniting with the man but that she was committed to co-parenting with him.