Janet Jackson 'moved out of marital home a month ago'

Janet Jackson

This comes just three months after Jackson gave birth to her first child on January 3 - a son, Eissa Al Manna.

splits-with-billionaire-husband/" target="_blank">Page Six reports that Jackson and hubby Al Mana chose to split because the Qatari businessman was supposedly very controlling, dictating her clothing, dance moves and appearances in public.

Other demands that the singer gave in to included toning down her 2014 concert tour - wearing clothing that covered her body, instead of the skin-revealing outfits.

'Working out will come, but she is taking it easy at this time'.

The pair married in 2012 and confirmed their nuptials after rumours surfaced of extravagant wedding plans; the couple shot them down though claiming they are "simply not true" in a surprise statement. He may be thinking "cheaper to keep her" right about now, though.

"Janet and her baby are doing well", an insider said at the time. "It's amicable and Eissa will stay with his mother", the source added.


According to a new report, the 50-year-old singer could earn an estimated $500 million if she decides to divorce her husband of five years following their recent breakup. "She was anxious about her mother - and Wissam showed little to no concern".

The couple married in 2012, which was the singer's third trip down the aisle after previously being married to fellow musician James DeBarge from 1984 until 1985 and dancer Rene Elizondo Jr. from 1991 until 2000.

42-year-old Al Mana is CEO of the multinational Al Mana business conglomerate.

Page Six, meanwhile, reports that Jackson made a decision to take a walk when Al Mana became too controlling.

Jackson has had two marriages in the past, reports the Daily Mail.

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