The final resting place of the late U.S. pop singer
Michael Jackson has yet to be determined by his mother Katherine, one of his brothers says.
Jermaine Jackson said in an interview for CNN's "Larry King Live" Friday his mother had not decided where the "Thriller" star's remains will be buried. Jermaine said he would like to see his brother's body buried at Neverland Ranch in California.
"I'm just concerned about security and being secure in a peaceful setting," he said of his preference of a burial at Michael Jackson's former home.
Jermaine also downplayed suspicions his brother was addicted to drugs prior to his June 25 death at age 50.
"I have never seen him act abnormal around me or never known anything like that," Jermaine told King.
Jermaine also voiced support for John Branca and John McClain, the two individuals who have control of his late brother's estate holdings.
"These are people we have known for many, many years," he said. "They are doing an incredible job. They have raised a lot of money, close to $100 million for the estate. They are following out Michael's wishes accordingly."