Michael Jackson's Fan Groups Sue Denouncers for 'Sullying His Memory'

Deanna Kelley
March 20, 2019

Sources also told TMZ that emergency services responded to Paris's Los Angeles home at 7:30 a.m. on Saturday and transported her to the hospital.

On Saturday, TMZ issued a shocking report claiming that Paris Jackson had become so distraught over the fallout from "Leaving Neverland" that she was rushed to hospital after attempting to take her own life.

In the documentary Wade Robson and James Safechuck claim Michael molested them as children.

Shortly afterwards, the UK's Daily Mail followed up with a similar story.

TMZ's update says that she returned home with her "team".

People later reported that a source said Paris, who has been open about her struggles with depression, "had an accident this morning that required medical treatment".

Jackson's songs have been pulled from some radio stations in Canada after the documentary aired
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TMZ reports Jackson has had a hard time since her father's death in 2009. Abloh, who joined Louis Vuitton in March past year, said that he meant to pay homage to Jackson's musical career.

She went on to say her second cousin Taj is "doing a flawless job on his own".

Sources later told the outlet that she's now in stable condition and has been placed on a 5150 hold at the hospital.

Last week, Paris raised concerns by posting a video of herself smoking a bong just days after hitting out at the Leaving Neverland documentary. She did not refer to the documentary by name, however.

Though Paris responded to their article via Twitter more reports are saying that TMZ's reporting is accurate.

The devastating two-part, four-hour documentary has spurred intense reactions from those who continue to support the late singer and others who have rallied behind his alleged victims.

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