US magazine Vanity Fair has accused La Toya Jackson of looting her brother Michael's home shortly after his death in 2009.
The late singer's sister is reportedly furious and is threatening to sue the magazine if it isn't retracted.
The article, which is titled 'Estate of Siege', appears in the mag's November issue, and alleges that she showed up at the King of Pop's house and started stuffing bags full of Mike's cash.
This allegedly occurred on June 25 2009, the day of Michael's passing.
Michael had died of cardiac arrest that morning, and La Toya then visited his house later that day, VF says that her boyfriend was seen later leaving the house in a moving van.
TheHollywoodGossip reports La Toya's response was as follows, that the story is "replete with misstatements of fact, false innuendos, and defamatory insinuations" and that she is prepared to sue unless it is immediately retracted.
La Toya, two years Michael's senior, had a music career in the1980s and 1990s, and appeared in her more famous brothers' TV show.
She has a new reality series planned for 2013 on Oprah Winfrey's O Network.
PHOTOS: Michael Jackson 1958-2009
Michael Joseph Jackson was born in Gary, Indiana on August 29, 1958. He was the seventh child of nine children to Joseph and Katherine Jackson and was born into a typical working class family. The city of Gary is 25 miles from downtown Chicago and is famous for its massive steel industry. It took its name from the chairman of U.S. Steel, Elbert H Gary, and is nicknamed 'City of Century' – we're hoping for ironic reasons. (Image: WENN.com)