Paris Jackson Suicide Attempt Not Surprising

Paris Jackson Suicide Attempt Not Surprising

TMZ and other sites reported today that Paris Jackson attempted suicide with a meat cleaver and a possible overdose of Motrin pills. A note was reportedly left though no one knows the content as of now.

Sources are saying that Paris became distraught after being told she could not go to a Marilyn Manson concert, ran into her room screaming and crying only to call a suicide line later in the night and prompt the person on the other end of the line to call 911 for fear of her safety. She was taken in ambulance from the Calabasas home at 2AM Wednesday morning and was placed on a 5150 hold for 72 hours in order to check on her mental stability.

Question is, was this some teenage stunt because she didn’t get her way? Or is the fact that they are in the middle of her father’s wrongful death suit a huge contributing factor? Think about it, this girl was sheltered for sooo long under Michaels wishes and now that he is dead she is out, and blossoming and a celebrity in her own right… that is a LOT to take while also dealing with crazy girl hormones and the life or death day to day of high school. Take into consideration that her father was a huge abuser of medications and pain-numbing pills, and this was bound to happen!

I for one feel sorry for the poor thing, just now getting to know the mother that never attempted to know her until after Jacksons death, the fact that Prince has NO interest in knowing the same mother, losing her father. As rich as this girl is monetarily what about the love? I just hope that the doctors in charge of her care and assessment right now can help diagnose and repair a deafening cry for help.

Paris Jackson Suicide Attempt Not Surprising was last modified: June 5th, 2013 by EarsuckerStaff
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  • Cathy Day

    More proof that money can not buy happiness.