Nona Paris Lola Jackson has lost her custody battle for Michael Jackson's three children.
Judge Robert A. Schnider, in Los Angeles yesterday, denied Nona's request for custody.
Nona Paris Lola Jackson, based in London, had asked for joint physical custody of Prince Michael and Paris. She also claimed to be the mother of Prince Michael II.
Judge Schnider said:
"I feel her evidence fails to establish any genetic relationship between herself and the Jackson-Rowe children."
Schnider also denied Nona's request to nullify Jackson's marriages with his former wives Deborah Rowe and Lisa Marie Presley.
Nona Jackson claimed:
"Michael and I are a sexually active couple and have been this way from the beginning."
She also claimed to have written over 3,000 songs for him.
The woman's three previous attempts to interfere in the custody battle between Rowe and Jackson were rejected by Schnider last November, in February and in May on grounds that she had failed to notify Jackson and Rowe of the hearings.
It is unclear as to whether she will give up her claim.