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Thursday, April 13, 2017

Janet Jackson's husband Wissam Al Mana Moves Out of London Home they once shared, Janet Reportedly Changed the Locks WEEKS Ago [Photos]



After 3 months of the birth of their son Eissa, Janet Jackson’s reps have confirmed that she and estranged husband Wissam Al Mana are ‘separated.’
Moving trucks were spotted outside of their London home and it looks like Wissam is moving out. Page Six reports that Janet changed the locks on the place a few weeks ago.
“She wanted the locks changed a few weeks ago, and no keys for him,” the insider told us.
While Janet was not pictured at the time of the move, Wissam was seen arriving at the property the day before to deliver bags of toys for their baby son. He was then seen leaving the home with a bag and a
suitcase after his visit before departing in a chauffeured car.
It seems like this is happening really fast, but apparently this separation has been a long time in the making.



See how Janet Jackson stepped out with her son for the first time she gave birth

Janet Jackson, 50, who recently split from her husband, Wissam Al Mana, stepped out for the first time with her son, Eissa Al Mana. The singer was seen strolling with her 3 months old son in a pram in a London park on Wednesday with a female companion. Her son's face still hasn't been shown to the world yet. More photos after the cut...


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