The 56-year-old was accused of exploiting Michael’s children Prince, Paris and Blanket for financial gain by signing them to her talent agency and allegedly pushing them to do a reality show.
La Toya fired back with a statement vehemently denying the reports:
“Neither La Toya nor her company represent any of MJ’s children in any legal capacity nor has she received any commissions or payment as a result of their individual ventures."
"As a loving Aunt, when the children ask for help or advice she supports them 100%, and will continue to do so. Furthermore, there is no shopping of a reality show for the children."
Meanwhile, the “All-Star Celebrity Apprentice” star has reportedly inked a deal for her own reality show, “Life With La Toya”, which will premier this year on OWN.
“The kids may appear on the show occasionally, but it won’t be on a routine basis,” the source says.
“Cameras followed the whole family – including the children – last year when they went to Gary, Indiana to celebrate Michael’s birthday. La Toya has never pressured the kids to appear on camera though, it’s just not who she is.”