Sharon Palmer reacted to a TMZ publishing – but quickly deleting – a phone call where she threatened to ‘put a bullet’ into Jackson’s head.
The mother told RadarOnline.com that she did so out of concern for her daughter.
“You will hear him being told to leave several times,” Sharon told the outlet. “The point where I am cussing came in after 2 mins of him refusing to leave.”
Sharon even claimed that Jackson recorded her “illegally” as he did not as for consent, which is required under California law.
She further alleged that Jackson “does not care about the law” and “most abuser (sic) don’t care about the law.”
“I feared for her life,” she concluded.
The conversation allegedly lead to a physical altercation depicted in surveillance footage that was submitted as part of Palmer’s request for a restraining order.
Sources close to Jackson told TMZ on Monday that he had texted Palmer that he was going to pick up their 8-month-old son, Leo, to watch Sunday football.
Yet, when he had arrived at the residence, their son was not present.
Sharon apparently began cursing out the fitness trainer when Palmer put her mom on the phone when she asked him to leave.
The phone call allegedly sparked Jackson trying to grab the actress’ phone from her, which was the altercation shown in security footage that she submitted as part of her request for a restraining order.
Sources claim that Jackson has denied abusing Palmer.
A text message obtained by TMZ purportedly sent from Jackson’s mother to Sharon reads, “I have tried not to get involve [sic] in my son’s personal business, but I Heard that you are going to put a bullet in my sons [sic] head???”
Jackson’s mother then said she’d “file a police report” on Sharon.
The judge overseeing the case against Jackson granted the temporary restraining order on Friday.
The order requires Jackson to remain at least 100 yards away from both the actress and Leo.
This includes any childcare of schooling established for the child.
Palmer was also granted temporary sole physical and legal custody of Leo with no visitation for Jackson, who also goes by Darius Daulton.
There is a hearing scheduled for Dec. 5 to determine the next steps of their custody battle.