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Speaking to Britain's Hello! magazine about whether Rowe is a "presence" in Prince and Paris' lives, La Toya insisted, "No, she's not. It's misinformation."
Rowe met Jackson while working as a nurse in the pop icon's dermatologist office when he was being treated for vitiligo. Jackson was reportedly worried that he may never become a father, and Rowe volunteered to bear his children. Prince, 14, and Paris, 13, were born during Rowe and Jackson's three-year marriage from 1996-1999. Upon their divorce, Rowe gave full custody rights of the children to Jackson.
Following the King of Pop's death in 2009, MJ's mother Katherine assumed legal guardianship of her three grandchildren. Since then, there has been speculation that Rowe has been granted supervised visits with the kids. But as La Toya now claims, that does not seem to be the case.