Paris Jackson, daughter of late pop star Michael Jackson, has denied reports of a suicide attempt. The 20-year-old model cursed the celebrity portal "TMZ" on Twitter on Twitter as "cursed liars". "TMZ" reported earlier that Jackson had been hospitalized after a suicide attempt at her home in Los Angeles.
A police spokesman told AFP news agency that there was a police officer for a suicide attempt in Hollywood. The victim was taken to the hospital with an ambulance.
Jackson has spoken openly about her mental problems in the past. In 2013, she tried to kill herself. She told the magazine "Rolling Stone" that she had already tried "several times" to finish her life.
Right now, the documentary "Leaving Neverland" beats high waves of Paris Jackson's famous father. She describes the story of two men who claimed to have been sexually abused by Michael Jackson at the age of seven and ten.
During his lifetime, "Pop of Pop" had repeatedly been subjected to child abuse charges. In 2005, he was acquitted in a spectacular trial, but his career suffered despite the allegations.
Paris Jackson recently wrote to Twitter that it was not her role to defend her father's legacy. That's what other family members care about and she supports them. Later, she wrote: "My father treated his problems and concerns with grace, peace and love. (…) I suggest we all take this as a role model."
From: APA / Ag.