Paris-Michael Katherine Jackson, better-known through a shorter version of her name, Paris Jackson, is currently in the headlines. Several news reports from TMZ, an American tabloid website, claim to have close insider reports of her suicide attempt. From unknown, unnamed and vague wordings of sources to the Neverland documentary, Michael Jackson's second daughter has a lot on her plate.

TMZ claims suicide

Early Saturday morning, the 16th of March 2019, Paris was rushed to the hospital, TMZ reported.

Hours later, she was in a better state, as seen in a video taken by the paparazzi. With her jacket on, the girl seemed in a much better state than before and gave a smile as she passed by in a car. However, hours later, TMZ uploaded an exclusive with the headline "Paris Jackson released from hospital after attempted suicide".

Back in 2013, Paris did try to commit suicide and failed. This time, however, she is responding angrily at the allegations of her attempting suicide that morning.

TMZ claims that they have insider sources such as law enforcement, sources with knowledge, and family sources. With these vague descriptions for sources, they've also added that Paris is currently under monitoring, "5150 Hold."

5150 Hold is a section of the California Welfare and Institution Code, Lanterman Petris Short Act. This authorizes a qualified officer or doctor to confine a patient involuntarily suspected of having a mental disorder or in this case, trying to commit suicide.

Paris' response and state

On Twitter, Paris tweets "F*** you, you f****** liars" addressing the allegations, followed up by a tweet containing eight "question marks and an emoji to express lack of amusement on her part," UK News Yahoo noted.

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TMZ claims that her attempted suicide was directly connected to HBO's documentary "Leaving Neverland." This, the family expressed, was a documentary to simply make money, and is one-sided and untrue. It was later confirmed that Paris did not attempt suicide and nor is she under the 5150 hold.

It turns out Paris had a minor accident, which was treated, allowing her to go home the same day. Paris' side clarified things through a response, saying that there was no suicide attempt, pointing out that she was later released. TMZ has yet to make a statement about their allegations.

'Leaving Neverland' sued for $100m (75m pounds)

The Jackson's estate struck back at HBO and documentary makers Wade Robson and James Safechuck. The documentary caused Michael's old TV clips and music to be muted since the documentary premiered and gained massive attention. "Leaving Neverland" is a documentary that accuses the deceased pop star of sexually abusing children. The estate claims that the two documentary makers are opportunistic and liars.

On the suicide report, Paris' side clarified things through a response, saying that there was no suicide attempt, pointing out that she was later released. TMZ has yet to make a statement about their allegations.

Remember, if you have thoughts of suicide, reach out to family or friends or call the Samaritan helpline: 116 123

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