Speaking exclusively to People, singer Janet Jackson’s brother, Randy, told the magazine that his sister endured verbal abuse and felt like a prisoner in her own home during her marriage to Qatari businessman Wissam Al Mana, 42. Randy Jackson said “enough is enough” as he opened up about what he described as a troubling situation for his youngest sibling.

Jackson, who sang along with his famous brothers, stated that Janet’s ongoing divorce and custody battle is painful for her, adding that the superstar has been through a lot. The 55-year-old brother, along with their 87-year-old mother Katherine and oldest sister Rebbie, attended the London-based court proceedings in support of Janet.

Drawing a stark picture, he further claims the abusive manifestations came later in the relationship and said no pregnant woman should be called a bitch every day.

Bringing back 'Control'

Randy Jackson also lives in London near the home Janet and Wissam Al Mana once shared. Randy stressed the abuse was not physical, but he was compelled to tell the “Rhythm Nation” singer she had to move in with him or he was coming over there and it was going to be hell. According to Jackson, his sister got angry, but he told her he did not care anymore. He was tired of it and was not going to allow his baby sister live in that type of environment. It was too much. Randy says at first, he wanted to shield his elderly parents from what was going on, but now everyone in the family knows.

'That's The Way Love Goes'

Referring to Janet Jackson’s situation as anything but amicable, Randy noted that his sister has been breaking down in tears during her State of the World concert performances due to being overcome with emotion. Moreover, Randy adds that the verbal abuse is still happening. Even though Wissam allowed her to bring their baby along on tour, there is constant harassment and the tour almost didn’t even happen.

The youngest brother of the Jackson clan stated that normally the family does not like putting their business out there, but there comes a time when transparency helps.

Wissam Al Mana’s attorneys released a statement saying their client will not be responding to the deeply hurtful allegations. Since the separation, Wissam updated his website to include a passage from the Quran which seems to speak on being falsely accused. The couple married in 2012 and welcomed their first child, a son named Eissa on January 3, 2017.