The younger brother of Michael Jackson met with Al Sharpton on his programme Politics Nation in order to explain why he and several other siblings have called out the late 'Thriller' singer's will as a fake.
The 50-year-old singer says that he and his siblings feel there was "criminal misconduct" involved in Michael Jackson's will, and claims that he knows the will is fake because his brother was in New York on the date the document was signed in Los Angeles.
However his claims have apparently been complicated, as TMZ reports that Randy Jackson's evidence is apparently based on the recollection of a witness who forgot which city Michael Jackson was in when the document was made.
Several other witnesses have also come forward to say that they saw the popstar sign the will.
Executors of Michael Jackson's estate have recently applied for emergency guardianship of his three children Paris, Blanket, and Prince.