UPDATE The New Jackson Family Scandal? Taryll Jackson Leaves Foundation Dedicated to her deceased mother, wife Tito DeeDee | Instant News

House Celebrity UPDATE The New Jackson Family Scandal? Taryll Jackson Leaves Foundation Dedicated to …

EXCLUSIVE UPDATE: The person who gets a salary of $ 33,000 is Henri Hebert, registered as executive director of the Dee Dee Jackson Foundation. Henri Hebert is listed on imdb as a reality TV producer whose final credit is “The Jacksons: The Next Generation.” He has no background in running a charity. $ 33,000 can be given to someone in need. But this is the Jackson family. Where did they find these people?

TROUBLESHOOTING: Taryll Jackson is one of 3T, son of Tito Jackson, and nephew of Michael Jackson. He and his brothers Taj and TJ (guardians of the children of Michael Jackson) have formed the Dee Dee Jackson Foundation in memory of their mother. Just now Taryll resigned from the foundation by posting on Instagram. This is it. Keep refreshing. Dee Dee died in 1994 in a swimming pool. Four years later his girlfriend was convicted of killing him.

The Dee Dee Jackson Foundation, which is only two years old, only has $ 25,000 at the cashier. No salary was paid in 2018. But in 2017 when the balance for that year was $ 11 thousand, a salary of $ 33,000 was paid to someone, not determined in their Form 990 tax filing. Something suspicious is happening. But Jacksons and charities are never compatible.

Taryll wrote: “One of my biggest obstacles in life is to use my voice and defend myself. Something I’m working on and will exercise now. I stay away from DDJF / Power of Love Show. I love my mother, the foundation we have created in her honor, and BOTH my brothers. But if we can’t practice what we preach, then what’s the point? People can say, think, and assume what they want. I stand on my truth. It’s not easy and it’s not pretty, but it’s mine and I will learn from it, grow from it and become better for it. #love”

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