Katherine Jackson returned to her Calabasas, Calif. home this morning after spending more than a week in Arizona, where she was out of contact with the children of her son, Michael Jackson.
Though she's back, confusion continues. Sources told ABC News that while Paris Michael, Prince Michael, and Prince Michael II have been filling her in on everything that has gone on over the past week, phones in the house and Katherine Jackson's cell phone keep ringing. "Talk about a turnaround," sources said. "Prince and Paris are not allowing Katherine to answer because they don't want the Jackson siblings to interfere." It was unclear whether the two were successful in keeping their grandmother from her phone.
Meanwhile, TJ Jackson, Katherine Jackson's 34-year-old grandson who was named the temporary guardian of Michael Jackson's kids Wednesday, is trying to work things out with his grandmother, whose guardianship remains suspended. "TJ needs and probably won't be able to get the assurances he seeks that the Jackson siblings won't pull these kinds of stunts anymore," sources told ABC News. Sources said TJ Jackson is concerned about Michael Jackson's three kids and the affect the ordeal of the past week has had on them.
Perry Sanders, Katherine Jackson's estate attorney, told ABC News he expects to meet with his client today and file a petition to restore her guardianship.
Michael Jackson's children reacted to the return of their grandmother on Twitter. Paris Michael tweeted "grandma's here ! #thankyougod <33" early today. Prince Michael posted a longer statement, saying "Although I am happy my grandma was returned, after speaking with her I realized how misguided and how badly she was lied to. I'm really angry and hurt."
He also posted a screen shot of a text message exchange that appeared to show Janet Jackson telling his relatives not to let him speak to Katherine Jackson.
Katherine Jackson's homecoming comes after her exclusive statement to ABC News Wednesday, in which she said she was "devastated" that the children were "taken away" from her while she was vacationing in Arizona. Michael Jackson named her legal guardian in his will, but a judge Wednesday named another grandson TJ Jackson temporary guardian of Michael's children.
"I am devastated that while I've been away, my grandchildren have been taken away from me, and I'm coming home," Katherine Jackson said.
Speaking to ABC News from the Miraval Arizona Report & Spa in Tucson, Ariz., where the 82-year-old Jackson family matriarch had been resting for at least a week, Katherine Jackson also addressed the uncertainty concerning her whereabouts.
Katherine Jackson is the guardian of her late son Michael Jackson's children -- Paris Michael, Prince Michael, and Prince Michael II -- but prior to Tuesday night, they had not heard from her in days. In her absence, there were reports of disputes among Jackson family members at Katherine Jackson's Calabasas, Calif., home.
"There are rumors going around about me that I have been kidnapped and held against my will," Katherine Jackson said. "I am here today to let everybody to know that I am fine.
"My children would never do a thing to me like that, holding me against my will," she added. "It's very stupid for people to think that."
Katherine Jackson said a court ruling Wednesday that made TJ Jackson -- the son of Michael Jackson's brother Tito Jackson and grandson of Katherine Jackson -- the temporary guardian of Michael Jackson's children was "based on a bunch of lies."
She said her stay in Arizona at the Miraval was a "short vacation and rest."
"There's a lot of lies that have been put out there and I am going home to straighten them out, and this kind of stuff doesn't make sense," she said.
As for not calling her grandchildren for days, Katherine Jackson said, "One reason I didn't call is I just gave up my phone and I didn't want to have any phone calls while I was here."
Below, read Katherine Jackson's full statement to ABC News:
Hello, I'm Katherine Jackson, and there are rumors going around about me that I have been kidnapped and held against my will.
I am here today to let everybody know that I am fine and I am here with my children, and my children would never do a thing to me like that, holding me against my will. It's very stupid for people to think that.
But anyway, I am devastated that while I've been away, that my children, my grandchildren, have been taken away from me, and I'm coming home to see about that, also.
So I spoke to my grandson, TJ, last night, that I left there to be in charge of my children -- and I never leave home without leaving them with instructions of who to stay there with them, the nanny and all of them -- and someone had let go the cook, the nanny, and also the housekeepers. I don't know who did that but they don't have that power and they shouldn't have done it.
And now, the people are saying they are there with nothing to eat. I am sure they have something to eat but it's probably not healthy because the cook is not there.