Fears for Paris Jackson amid reports of hospitalisation

Paris Jackson Responds To Suicide Attempt Report

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In a later tweet she said "my father handled his trials and tribulations with grace, peace, and love".

However, it wasn't long ago that Paris did defend Michael on the allegations of him being a peadophile.

According to TMZ, family sources believe she may have harmed herself in large part due to the fallout from Leaving Neverland, the HBO documentary series that alleges her father Michael Jackson molested Wade Robson and James Safechuck when they were children. She was allegedly taken to a local hospital where she was in stable condition. "She's now in stable condition".

Paris Jackson clapped back at fans who shamed her for not coming out in defense of Michael Jackson after Leaving Neverland.

However, Jackson soon took to Twitter to rubbish these claims, sharing TMZ's report on Twitter by writing "fuck you you fucking liars", and responding "lies lies lies omg and more lies" to a since-deleted Tweet.

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He added the forecasts are "predicated on a fairly smooth transition, they're certainly not predicated on crashing out without a deal".

While Leaving Neverland is certainly a compelling - and in some parts extremely hard - watch, there are some key aspects missing, including testimonials from Jackson's former staff members, other young boys Jackson was associated with, Jackson's own family, and the lengthy FBI investigation into the child molestation allegations.

Paris Jackson is resting comfortably after being hospitalized. However, in 2017 Paris opened up to Rolling Stone magazine sharing she had attempted suicide several times but only one incident was made public.

"I'm just tryna get everyone to chill out and go with the flow, be mellow and think about the bigger picture", she added.

French luxury brand Louis Vuitton dropped Jackson-themed clothing on Thursday from a collection it had shown at Paris Fashion Week in January, saying it found the "allegations in the documentary deeply troubling and disturbing".

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