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Janet Jackson hopes to have full custody of her son.

The 51-year-old singer has Eissa with her estranged husband Wissam AlMana -- who was recently accused by Janet's brother Randy of beingverbally abusive towards her -- and a source has now claimed the'Rhythm Nation' hitmaker is seeking full custody of her young son.

The insider explained: "That [news of] verbal abuse allegations monthsafter their separation and impending divorce are shocking, but notsurprising.

"Janet is great at managing her business and career, but she is not assmart when it comes to affairs of the heart."

Janet has remained tight-lipped about her split from Wissam earlierthis year, preferring to keep her personal life out of the spotlight.

But, according to an insider, Randy thought it was necessary to speakout about their separation for the sake of his sister.

The source told 'Entertainment Tonight': "Janet likes to keep herpersonal life private.

"Her brother Randy feels like it is his job to protect his family andhe could not take seeing his baby sister in emotional pain."

Earlier this week, Randy claimed their split came as a result ofWissam making Janet "feel like a prisoner in her own home".

He shared: "There's a lot of pain. Janet's been through a lot with herdivorce. I've been through a lot, we all have.

"It was quite an abusive situation. It came on later in therelationship, verbal abuse and being [made to feel like] a prisoner inher own home. No pregnant woman needs to go through being called ab***h everyday. There were things like that. That's what she wentthrough."

But Wissam's attorneys said he finds Randy's claims to be "deeply hurtful".

They said: "Mr. Al Mana is not going to dignify these particular anddeeply hurtful allegations with a response.

"The breakdown of his marriage to Janet Jackson is a cause of greatsadness to Mr. Al Mana, and it is the wellbeing and privacy of theirson, Eissa, that remains his sole focus."

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Date:Sep 13, 2017
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