Michael's children, sons Blanket, 8, and Prince, 13, and daughter Paris, 12, moved into the home, which 20 years ago was purchased but later vacated by their father when he moved to Neverland Ranch, and for the first time in their lives, regularly interact with many of the family members whom Michael Jackson tried to keep them from, a source said.
"In the last two weeks, Michael's kids have undergone a transformation. Remember, they really didn't hang around with their cousins before Michael died," a source said.
Jermaine Jackson's youngest children Jaafar, 13, and Jermajesty, 9, both live at the home, along with their mother, Alejandra Oaziaza.
In addition to having children with Jermaine, Oaziaza also gave birth to his brother Randy Jackson's children Genevieve, 20, and Randy Jr., 18, both of whom also live at the house.
The parentage of another child in the house, Dante, is unknown, but he "has been cared for by Mrs. Jackson for many years," a source said.
Omer Bhatti, a 25-year-old Norwegian rapper, also lives in the house. Bhatti grew up around Michael Jackson, and some tabloids have claimed he might also be the singer's son.
Though the mother of Randy and Jermaine Jackson's children live in the house, Michael's kids are primarily looked after by Grace Rwaramba, their longtime nanny.
Another woman, identified by sources only as Sister Rose, an elderly member of the Nation of Islam, also lives in the home and works as a babysitter.
The Jackson family became famous in the 1970s when Michael and his four brothers, Jermaine, Tito, Jackie and Marlon, formed the Jackson 5, a hit Motown group managed by their father. Later Michael, as well as sisters Janet and LaToya, launched a solo career.
Michael Jackson died June 25, 2009, in a rental home in Los Angeles following an overdose of a powerful anesthetic. Despite murmurings that Debbie Rowe, mother of Jackson's two oldest children, might contest his will and seek custody of the children, she never did. The mother of Jackson's youngest son, Blanket, is not known.