PASADENA -- Michael Jackson's youngest brother, Randy Jackson, was taken to Huntington Memorial Hospital Tuesday after suffering chest pains.
It's believed he may have suffered a mild heart attack.
A Jackson family rep told several news media sources that Randy Jackson was not taken the the hospital by ambulance, that he was still at the hospital undergoing a battery of tests.
Jackson, 48, was working on his late brother's one-year anniversary memorial when the pains began.
The Jackson family rep also said , "Randy is doing as well as can be expected. This is the first time he has ever felt pain like this."
"He doesn't want to take any chances. He wants to make sure that he's well enough to make his brother's anniversary a memorable day for his family and Michael's fans."
Randy Jackson was in court Monday along with his family to support revocation of Dr. Murray's California medical license, but the judge ruled in the doctor's favor. The Jacksons saw this as a "tremendous blow."
Michael Jackson died June 25, 2009.
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