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Attempted Suicide? Michael Jackson's Daughter Paris Jackson Denies Being Hospitalized amid Reports of Suicide Attempt

Updated On 17 Mar, 2019 Published On 17 Mar, 2019
Attempted Suicide? Michael Jackson's Daughter Paris Jackson Denies Being Hospitalized amid Reports of Suicide Attempt

Michael Jackson's daughter Paris Jackson denies being hospitalized amidst the reports of her attempted suicide on Saturday.

  • MJ's Daughter Paris Jackson denies being hospitalized after attempted suicide reports surfaced.
  • The LAPD confirms responding for a call near Paris home for attempted suicide on Saturday.
  • Sources revealed that Paris was hospitalized but is currently resting at home and doing fine.
  • The news came days after she claimed that it's not her role to defend her father against Leaving Neverland abuse.

Michael Jackson's daughter Paris Jackson is denying that she was hospitalized after reports of her suicide attempt surfaced. 

But the Los Angeles Police Department had confirmed that they and ambulance responded to a call near Paris Jackson's home involving an attempted suicide at around 7:30 a.m. on Saturday. Reportedly, the LAPD confirmed that the patient got transported to the hospital.

Paris Jackson denies being hospitalized amid reports of her suicide attempt.
SOURCE: ET Online

Also, one of the sources close to Paris reported that she had an accident at her home on Saturday morning which required medical attention and hospitalization. Above all, the source noted that 'she is currently resting at home and doing fine'. 

Now Paris, on the hand other, slammed the hospitalization reports and affirmed that the news is a big lie on her Twitter account.

The news came two days after Paris told fans that it's not her 'role' to defend her father against abuse claims featured in HBO's Leaving Neverland documentary.

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

Praising her cousin, Taj Jackson, for doing a "perfect" job defending Jackson, Paris summoned up the whole drama admitting, "That’s me."

Leaving Neverland featured the interview with Jackson accusers James Safechuck and Wade Robson. The duo claimed that they engaged in sexual relationships with Jackson as con artists when both were 10 and 7 years old, respectively. 

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Jackson's family threw backlash towards the HBO documentary and repeatedly slammed the film as a "lurid production".

Also, they'd filed a $100 million lawsuit against HBO in February, counting the network violation to the non-disparagement clause in 1992 contract it had with the late King of Pop.

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