Randy and Janet Jackson
Randy Jackson came to his sister Janet Jackson’s defense amid her custody and divorce battle against ex-husband Wissam Al Mana. Pictured: Jackson siblings enter the Los Angeles Courthouse for opening statements for the trial of Dr. Conrad Murray on September 27, 2011 in Los Angeles. Getty Images/Frederick M. Brown

Janet Jackson’s brother, Steven Randall “Randy” Jackson, recently shared details about the singer’s marriage to Wissam Al Mana.

In an interview with People, Randy said that his sister is currently going through a difficult divorce and custody battle against her estranged husband. “Enough is enough. There’s a lot of pain. Janet’s been through a lot with her divorce. I’ve been through a lot, we all have,” he said.

Jackson and the Qatari businessman tied the knot in 2012 and welcomed their first child, Eissa, on Jan. 3. Months later, Jackson and Al Mana have gone back and forth to the London courts to finalize the end of their marriage. In April, Jackson confirmed her split from her husband via video, and her brother was seen by her side.

Randy, who has also attended some of his sister’s court hearings, shared what Jackson’s marriage was like in the months leading up to their split. “It was quite an abusive situation. It came on later in the relationship, verbal abuse and being made to feel like a prisoner in her own home. No pregnant woman needs to go through being called a bitch every day. There were things like that. That’s what she went through,” he said.

Following Randy’s accusations, Al Mana’s attorneys released a statement to People saying that he won’t respond to the former Jackson 5 member’s claims. “Mr. Al Mana is not going to dignify these particular and deeply hurtful allegations with a response. The breakdown of his marriage to Janet Jackson is a cause of great sadness to Mr. Al Mana, and it is the wellbeing and privacy of their son, Eissa, that remains his sole focus,” the statement read.

Meanwhile, Randy also confirmed that Jackson only received verbal abuse from her ex-husband and not physical abuse. But even if this was the case, he still came to her defense earlier this year. “I told her, ‘You’ve got to move in with me or I’m going to go over there and there’s going to be hell.’ She was really pissed off. I told her, ‘I don’t care anymore. I’m tired of it. She’s too much,’” he recounted.