Michael Jackson's estate has barred a number of people from visiting the home shared by the late singer's mother and children in response to a disturbance at the property.
The estate issued a statement which did not specify which members of Jackson's family were no longer allowed at the home, but only said the list was subject to change.
It said an approved guest list had been requested by a lawyer acting for TJ Jackson, the son of Tito Jackson, who was appointed temporary guardian of Prince, Paris and Blanket last week.
The statement was issued in response to an online report by journalist Roland Martin that claimed Jackson's siblings Randy, Janet and Jermaine had been blocked from visiting the home.
They were all present during a scuffle that took place on July 23 on the driveway of the property in Calabasas that saw LA County Sheriff's deputies called in.
Michael Jackson's mother Katherine, who lived with the children at the property, had left them and gone to stay with her daughter Rebbie and other relatives in Arizona.
Randy, Janet and Jermaine had apparently gone to the property in California to invite the children to visit their grandmother in Arizona.
Paris Jackson had been angry and upset that she had not been able to contact her grandmother in the 10 days since she left their shared property.
Katherine Jackson was suspended from her role as the children's guardian in the wake of her move away.
Superior Court Judge Mitchell Beckloff appointed TJ, the children's cousin, temporary guardian.
He is overseeing the children's schooling as well as the household staff and security arrangements.
Katherine Jackson, 82, denied a suggestion made in court papers to support TJ's appointment that she was being held against her will by some of Michael Jackson's siblings.
"I am here today to let everybody know that I am fine and I am here with my children," she said.
"My children would never do a thing to me like that, holding me against my will," she said while her children Randy, Janet and Rebbie were seated next to her. "It's very stupid for people to think that."
The events of the last month arise from divisions in the family over Michael's will, which some of his siblings claim is a fake.
It left his assets to his children, his mother and to charity.