Paris Jackson and her brothers will remain under the guardianship of their grandmother Katherine and cousin TJ, a judge ruled on Tuesday.

The decision follows an investigation into the well-being of the late Michael Jackson’s three children after Paris, 15, was hospitalised on June 5 when she overdosed on pills and cut herself in a failed suicide attempt.

Superior Court Judge Mitchell Beckloff ordered an investigator to interview Jackson’s children, including Prince, 16, and Blanket, 11, and report back to him.

 
Decision: A judge has ruled there will be no changes to the guardianship set-up for the late Michael Jackson's three children following an investigation, pictured here in 2011, from left Prince, Blanket and Paris

Decision: A judge has ruled there will be no changes to the guardianship set-up for the late Michael Jackson’s three children following an investigation, pictured here in 2011, from left Prince, Blanket and Paris

 

 
Sharing custody: Katherine Jackson and the children's cousin TJ will continue to share guardianship, a judge ruled on Tuesday, the fourth anniversary of Michael Jackson's death
Sharing custody: Katherine Jackson and the children's cousin TJ will continue to share guardianship, a judge ruled on Tuesday, the fourth anniversary of Michael Jackson's death
 

Sharing custody: Katherine Jackson and the children’s cousin TJ will continue to share guardianship, a judge ruled on Tuesday

 

 
Remembering an icon: Piles of flowers were left by Michael Jackson fans on Tuesday at the Forest Lawn cemetery in Los Angeles on the fourth anniversary of his death

Remembering an icon: Piles of flowers were left by Michael Jackson fans on Tuesday at the Forest Lawn cemetery in Los Angeles on the fourth anniversary of his death.

Judge Beckloff said he was taking ‘no further action’ and the current guardianship set-up, which is shared between Katherine and TJ, will remain in place.

The decision came on the anniversary of Michael Jackson’s death, who died on June 25, 2009, from a fatal dose of Propofol.

Meanwhile, TMZ reports Paris and Prince’s biological mother Debbie Rowe is happy with the guardianship set-up for now.

But according to the celebrity website, she is prepared to file legal documents to get custody if the situations worsens again.

Perry Sanders Jr., an attorney for Katherine Jackson, has said Paris is physically fine and receiving proper medical attention. He has not provided further updates on her condition.

 
Support: Prince Jackson and his girlfriend Remi Alfalah go for a walkabout in Beverly Hills on Monday, the eve of the fourth anniversary of his father's death

Support: Prince Jackson and his girlfriend Remi Alfalah go for a walkabout in Beverly Hills on Monday, the eve of the fourth anniversary of his father’s death

 

Sanders and Charles Shultz, an attorney for TJ Jackson, have said the judge’s inquiry was an expected move and they supported his decision.

Tuesday also saw loyal fans of the King Of Pop pays their respects by sending flowers to the Forest Lawn cemetery in Los Angeles.

According to TMZ one fan group – called One Rose For Michael Jackson – gave 10,000 to the grave site.

People will continue to be allowed to pay their tributes throughout the day and the flowers at Jackson’s mausoleum will be left there for the rest of the week.

Britney Spears – who performed with Michael in 2001 – sent her thoughts to the Jackson family via Twitter, writing:My thoughts are with the Jackson family today. Honored to have shared a stage with him. Miss u Michael!’

Jackson’s anniversary comes against the backdrop of an ongoing wrongful death lawsuit – a civil case filed by his mother Katherine against against AEG Live LLC, the promoter of Jackson’s ill-fated concerts.Jackson’s mother wants a jury to determine that the promoters of her son’s planned comeback concerts didn’t properly investigate Dr Conrad Murray, who was convicted of involuntary manslaughter by a criminal jury for Jackson’s June 2009 death.

AEG Live’s lead defence attorney has pointed to the secrecy of Jackson’s ‘upstairs lifestyle’ – where the superstar was receiving nightly doses of the anesthetic propofol in his locked bedroom – to support the company’s contention it couldn’t have known about Jackson’s drug treatments.

AEG’s attorney also says the case is about personal choice, namely Jackson’s decision to have Murray serve as his doctor and give him doses of a powerful anesthetic as a sleep aid. Millions, possibly billions, of dollars are at stake.

Jackson spent the final months of his life in a rented mansion in the upscale Holmby Hills section of Los Angeles.

The mansion had all the amenities fit for a pop superstar – a palatial entryway, staircase and parlor and in the basement, a home theater and dance studio.

 
 
Big gesture: One fan group - called One Rose for Michael Jackson - donated more than 10,000 roses to the gravesite, it was reported

Big gesture: One fan group – called One Rose for Michael Jackson – donated more than 10,000 roses to the grave site, it was reported

 

 
Never forget: A fan with a Jackson printed umbrella lays a tribute amongst the banners, photographs, soft toys and flowers

Never forget: A fan with a Jackson printed umbrella lays a tribute amongst the banners, photographs, soft toys and flowers

 

 
Imitation: Jacko impersonator were also out in force outside the cemetery
Imitation: Jacko impersonator were also out in force outside the cemetery
 

Imitation: Jacko impersonator were also out in force outside the cemetery

 

 

The house was a hub of activity, with security guards posted outside, a pair of housekeepers, a nanny for the children and on many days, a personal chef stationed in the kitchen.

Dinners at the home occasionally featured special guests, including Jackson’s personal physician Conrad Murray and choreographer Travis Payne.

But staffers and guests other than Murray weren’t allowed upstairs, where the bedrooms were.

 
Show of love: One Rose For Michael Jackson delivered the over ten thousand flowers in identical plastic pots

Show of love: One Rose For Michael Jackson delivered the over ten thousand flowers in identical plastic pots

 
Laughter among the tears: The congregation of fans flashed smiles amidst heartfelt tears as they paid their respects to the legend

Laughter among the tears: The congregation of fans flashed smiles amidst heartfelt tears as they paid their respects to the legend

Meanwhile, Michael’s brothers Jackie, Marlon, Tito and Jermaine Jackson took the day of memorial to honour their deceased sibling.

The brothers told TMZ: ‘Four years ago today we lost one of the greatest musicians, entertainers, and icons the world has ever known. But to us, Michael was first and foremost our brother. We carry his spirit with us always, and we love and miss him every day.’

Randy Jackson, who is the youngest brother in the family, also tweeted on the sad day: ‘Thinking about my brother on this day. Thank U everyone 4 your love and support and 4 the beautiful display of flowers at Forest Lawn.’

 

 
Tributes: Mourners took snaps of photo collages laid out as offerings to the King of Pop

Tributes: Mourners took snaps of photo collages laid out as offerings to the King of Pop

 
Offerings: Jackson fans took their time as they set up their homages on the lawn of the famous cemetery

Offerings: Jackson fans took their time as they set up their homages on the lawn of the famous cemetery

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