Paris Jackson Responds To Alleged Suicide Attempt Following 'Leaving Neverland' Scandal

18 March 2019, 10:28 | Updated: 18 March 2019, 10:32

Paris Jackson addresses suicide attempt rumour
Paris Jackson addresses suicide attempt rumour. Picture: Getty

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

In recent days, it was revealed that Michael Jackson's three children Paris, Prince and Prince Michael Jackson II were allegedly set to sue James Safechuck and Wade Robson who made claims about their father in the 'Leaving Neverland' documentary.

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But just days later reports emerged suggesting that Michael's daughter Paris Jackson had attempted to take her own life - however she's now spoken out to deny the rumours and claim the story is false.

Paris Jackson claimed she didn't attempt to take her own life after rumours surfaced
Paris Jackson claimed she didn't attempt to take her own life after rumours surfaced. Picture: Getty

An initial TMZ report allegedly claimed sources found Paris gaping with blood on both her wrists, leading to her hospitalization in a psychiatric ward and the consequent issuance of a 5150 hold.

Just minutes after the article was published and shared across social media, Paris took to Twitter herself where she slammed the story as fake and wrote 'f*ck you f*cking liars'.

Paris, the 20-year-old daughter of Michael Jackson reportedly attempted suicide back in 2013 and has allegedly battled with depression since her father's death in 2009.

Paris Jackson denies a reported suicide attempt
Paris Jackson denies a reported suicide attempt. Picture: Twitter

Paris' foilowers were quick to offer her support on social media with one writing, 'You know the truth. If anyone who cares enough to want your side of the story, they'll ask. But, you know the truth. That's all that matters.'

The 'Leaving Neverland' documentary has split audiences, with high profile artists like rappr The Game speaking out in Michael Jackson's defence whilst radio stations across America have pulled the star's music from their playlists.

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