The woman who gave birth to two of Michael Jackson's children has filed legal papers saying she supports the new joint guardianship arrangement, but warns that she'll intervene if things don't work out.
According to TMZ, Debbie Rowe filed documents in L.A. County Superior Court on Friday, saying she reviewed the co-guardianship application and signed off on the deal between Michael Jackson's mother Katherine and nephew T.J. to share parenting responsibilities for Michael's children Paris, Blanket and Prince.
When T.J. first petitioned for guardianship, the judge said Rowe had to be notified.
But in the documents, Rowe warned "Should the arrangement sought by T.J. Jackson and Katherine Jackson become untenable, unstable, unsafe, or in any way contrary to the best interests of the children, Ms. Rowe will seek court intervention."
So, in other words, Ms. Rowe if you're nasty.
Rowe said her concern is for the health, safety and well-being of the children, and says she will continue to ensure their needs are met ... you know, by staying far far away and not being a mother to any of them.