Paris Jackson is 'Doing Fine' After Recent Hospitalization


According to TMZ, first responders arrived at the Jackson home Los Angeles around 7:30 a.m. local time and found Paris with "slits to her wrists", law enforcement reportedly told TMZ.

- Paris Jackson denied a report Saturday claiming she was hospitalized after an alleged attempt to take her own life.

Paris previously spoke out about the film, defending her father and maintaining his innocence, though she hadn't yet seen the documentary.

Shortly afterwards, the UK's Daily Mail followed up with a similar story.

Jackson called TMZ "liars", and had tweeted a few eye-rolling emojis before she directly called out the outlet for their report.

She also tweeted a lot of question marks, in apparent disbelief over what could be called fake news, with an unamused emoji.

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Earlier that day, it was reported that Paris was placed on a 5150 hold following a hospitalization for a suicide attempt. She is now hospitalized in stable condition.

Sources tell TMZ she's being closely monitored by a team of doctors.

In a reply to a fan on Twitter on Thursday, Michael Jackson's daughter explained why she has yet to comment on the controversial HBO documentary, which features allegations of sexual abuse leveled against the pop icon.

"I support him. But that's not my role".

In the HBO documentary in which Dancer Wade Robson and James Safechuck accuses MJ of molesting them as children.

Designer Virgil Abloh said in the statement that the January menswear show was meant to celebrate Jackson's legacy, and he condemned "any form of child abuse".