Paris Jackson slams reports she fell asleep at the wheel

Lewis Collier
March 19, 2019

TMZ reported on Saturday that Jackson was hospitalized after a suicide attempt, but she responded to their report on Twitter, stating, 'f**k you you f***ing liars'.

Michael Jackson's daughter Paris was reportedly rushed to hospital after it was claimed she'd attempted to take her own life recently.

When spotted again, this time in a parking garage, Jackson showed off her right wrist, which was covered in bracelets but did not appear injured.

Paris and her cousin TJ were seen holding hands and smiling.

She was also out and about on Monday when they stepped out rocking black leather jackets at the red carpet premiere of Netflix's new Motley Crue biopic The Dirt.

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To prove that there was no attempted suicide as earlier reported, she clearly looked in high spirits as she and her Soundflowers bandmate boyfriend went on their outing of catching a film and grabbing some KFC bites.

However, Paris slammed the reports of her hospitalization for self-harm as "lies".

Sources close to the 20-year-old model told TMZ on Tuesday, that those close to her were all prepared on Sunday to help her go and be her support.

According to TMZ, Paris' alleged suicide attempt this weekend has caused the people in her circle to encourage her to check into rehab.

A source close to Ms Jackson said she'd had an incident that required medical treatment and she was resting at home, denying reports of a suicide attempt. Sources claim she's been not doing well ever since the documentary "Leaving Neverland" came out, which details allegations of child abuse leveled at her late father, Michael Jackson. "She is now resting at home and doing fine".

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