Michael Jackson's Daughter Reportedly Rejecting Rehab Following Suicide Scare

March 19, 2019Mar 19, 2019

Michael Jackson's daughter is said to be in a lot of trouble. Those closest to hear are reportedly very concerned about her well being.

According to reports, Paris Jackson has rejected the idea that she should go into a rehab facility. She was encouraged by those around her to seek help after police say she attempted suicide last week.

"Sources familiar with the situation tell TMZ ... those close to Paris suggested rehab after what law enforcement says was a suicide attempt over the weekend, landing her in the hospital. We're told the attempted suicide shows some serious underlying problems ... they say Paris is dealing with all sorts of emotional issues as well as substance abuse issues," reported TMZ.

Paris has denied the claims. She says the news about her attempting suicide is untrue and she feels there is no need for her to seek care.

Reports last week stated that Paris had cut her wrists in an attempt to take her own life. She was reportedly rushed to a hospital and put on a suicide hold. She was said to be in a dark, depressive state since the documentary aired about her father and the abuse scandals involving children.

"As to why Paris was released just hours after she was hospitalized, our sources say she told the hospital that had admitted her that her lawyers were taking her to UCLA Medical Center, and the hospital let her go with the attorneys, but she never ended up at UCLA," reported TMZ.

Paris is 21-years-old. We will keep you updated on the latest news involving this story.

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