NEW YORK • Joe Jackson, a steelworker from Gary, Indiana, who forged a musical dynasty by launching the careers of the Jackson 5, his son Michael Jackson and daughter Janet Jackson, but whose legacy was tarnished when some of his children accused him of exploitation and abusive behaviour, died on Wednesday at a hospice in Las Vegas.
He was 89. The cause was reportedly pancreatic cancer.
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