Janet Jackson has reportedly split from her multi-millionaire husband, Wissam Al Mana, just three months after the couple welcomed their first child together. While one claims it was amicable, another told the outlet that Al Mana became "too controlling" during Jackson's pregnancy.
"She is totally in love".
"Working out will come, but she is taking it easy at this time". He may be thinking "cheaper to keep her" right about now, though.
According to the report, Jackson made her decision to leave her third husband after her mom, Katherine, stayed with them in their London home for two months.
Shortly after their son Eissa was born in January, Janet Jackson and Wissam Al Mana quietly separated.
After much deliberation over whether to have a lavish wedding, Jackson gave in to Al Mana's demands for a simple and private ceremony, sources said.
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However after almost five years, 50-year-old Janet's pal suggested that the split was "amicable" and that the baby boy will "stay with his mother, who is basing herself in London".
The singer has kept a relatively low profile since the birth of her son, and when she has spotted in public, she was seen wearing head coverings and modest attire. 'She was anxious about her mother - and Wissam showed little to no concern'.
Daily Star Online have contacted Janet's representatives for comment.
Jackson's net worth has been estimated at $175 million and Al Mana's at more than $1 billion.
Jackson had previously been married twice before - to singer James DeBarge from 1984-85, and to dancer René Elizondo Jr. from 1991-2000.