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Fears for Paris Jackson amid reports of hospitalisation

17 March 2019

TMZ reports that sources close to Jackson say Paris had been having trouble with the allegations made against her father, Michael Jackson, in Leaving Neverland, the documentary that describes the sexual molestation accusations against the singer. The report they ran read a little something like this: Insiders claimed Police and Emergency Medical Services responded to a distress call placed at Paris' residence in Los Angeles. The Los Angeles Fire Department confirms that the patient was transported to the hospital.

Jackson quickly slammed the TMZ report on Twitter, writing, "f- you you f-ing liars".

A source told TMZ that this reported suicide attempt was directly related to the Leaving Neverland documentary.

Paris was seen outside her home on Saturday wearing a tan crop top and a blue jacket that said "I'm Fine" on the back.

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Hours before the incident, Jackson responded to fans who shamed her online for not publicly defending her father from the allegations. Since his passing, she has been a vocal advocate of her dad and has maintained her belief in his innocence to the public.

Last week she noted that Taj "is doing a flawless job on his own. and I support him. but that's not my role". She also revealed she had been sexually assaulted by a stranger at the age of 14.

If you are anxious about your or someone else's mental health, the best place to get help is your GP or local mental health provider.

If you or someone you know needs help, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 24/7 at 1-800-273-8255.

Fears for Paris Jackson amid reports of hospitalisation