Randy Jackson: Janet was 'verbally abused' by Wissam Al Mana

Janet Jackson's Brother Details Abuse & More Unsettling Details From Wissam Al Mana Marriage

Janet Jackson Was And Still Is Abused By Her Former Husband, Brother Randy Claims

"That's what she went through", added Steven.

The Qatari businessman also sent his estranged wife "over 100 roses and orchids" on her 51st birthday. During Janet's concert in Houston on Saturday night, she broke down crying while singing "What About" in concert - a song about an abusive relationship.

The pop star has just resumed her tour after welcoming her first child Eissa in January, with Al Mana.

It was reported that religion and cultural differences was a factor in the unexpected split.

Al Mana had even taken to his website, where he posted a message titled "Love", in the aftermath of the separation. A source recently told E!

For more on Janet and Wissam's split, watch below. They're embroiled in a custody battle over the child.

However, Randy says Al Mana being Muslim wasn't the problem.

The new mum posted a video on Twitter and Instagram telling fans that she and the father of her baby had made a decision to go their separate ways, and that the next step is "in God's hands". Though he says it was never physical, he often urged her to leave. "I said to Janet: "You've got to move in with me or else I will come unto you, and it's going to be a hell". I said to him: "I don't care now". "I'm exhausted. It is too" ".

"Wissam is a very strong minded individual and can come across being hard headed and judgmental at times".

Janet Jackson's Brother Details Abuse & More Unsettling Details From Wissam Al Mana Marriage

Randy said he attempted to keep the news from their parents but they and the whole family found out about Janet's struggle. While she was pregnant Wissam caused stress on Janet and it affected her stress level.

"I didn't want them to know".

And, according to Randy, Al Mana is making things hard for his sister.

Opening up about the tumultuous relationship, the 55-year-old told PEOPLE magazine that his sister has been "through a lot with her divorce".

The track, featured on her 1997 album The Velvet Rope, was performed with her back-up dancers playing out abuse scenes.

"What you saw in Houston, it was her situation coming out, what she's been going through".

Meanwhile, Janet's ex is denying the allegations, saying he will not be responding to the "particular and deeply hurtful allegations". "The end of his marriage with Janet Jackson is a great grief to mr. Al Mana, and it is the well-being of his son, Eissa, who remains for him a priority ".

In an exclusive People interview, Randy described the marriage with one simple, yet poignant, word: pain. Let us know in the comments!

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