Deputies responded to a call Monday from the Calabasas home of Michael Jackson's mother that involved a "physical altercation on the level of a battery'' involving two other family members, according to a top sheriff's official.
Steve Whitmore, a spokesman for Sheriff Lee Baca, said deputies from the Malibu/Lost Hills Station "responded about 1:30 p.m.'' No arrests were made, Whitmore said, "but there's an ongoing investigation.''
He refused to name the two family members, but said Katherine Jackson was not involved "because she is elsewhere.''
A missing person's report for the Jackson family matriarch was filed by family members on Saturday, "but we consider the missing persons case closed,'' he said.
Whitmore said he could not say her current whereabouts, but "she is safe and with family.''
TMZ reported that deputies from the Lost Hills Station had been on the case since April, when "a business associate of the Jackson family alleged that Katherine Jackson was being emotionally and financially mistreated by family members.''
Although Katherine Jackson denied the initial report that she was being mistreated, deputies were still investigating the case to determine ``if there is possible financial abuse,'' according to TMZ.