Greedy Jacksons Go After Ailing Mom Katherine’s Money

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The brazen Jackson clan is sparring over moneybags matriarch Katherine as the ailing 88-year-old faces brain surgery.
Katherine is in “dire condition,” a source exclusively told “Now everybody in the family is jockeying for position!”
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Although a rep denied it, two family insiders claimed the great-grandmother has suffered from excruciating headaches, leading to a hospital visit in late summer.
“Her doctor thought she had a stroke ,” an insider said.
According to another source, Katherine remained hospitalized for about a week.
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“More tests were conducted to see if her condition might be something even more serious — like a brain tumor ,” explained the source.
The family insider said docs discovered a golf ball-sized growth in Katherine’s brain and declared she must undergo surgery as soon as possible.
As Radar reported, Katherine was rushed to a hospital in April after a terrifying health crisis left her struggling to see and speak.
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Her condition has deteriorated even further since the June death of her estranged husband, Joe .
Now, sources said, her kids are elbowing each other to ensure they get their slice of the pie before — and after — Katherine dies.
She currently pays out a combined $37,000 a month to daughters La Toya , 62, and Rebbie , 68, said a source.
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Katherine also forks out $12,000 to son Jermaine, 64, and nearly $10,000 to pay the rent for some of Jermaine ’s and Randy ’s kids.
“Some of those people want her to live so they can stay on the gravy train,” a source said. “Others would like to see her go, thinking they’ll get even more from her estate!”
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