Paris Jackson, the 20 years old daughter of Michael Jackson, has reacted harshly after the media reported that she was taken to the hospital by emergency services after she tried to kill herself because of the “Leaving Neverland” documentary in which her father – singer Michael Jackson – is portrayed as a pedophile.
“Go to hell, liars!” was the message Paris Jackson sent to TMZ journalists, the first publication to announce that Paris Jackson, the daughter of Michael Jackson, tried to kill herself, citing sources close to the Jackson family but also police sources.
TMZ also reported that Paris Jackson is in stable medical condition after she tried to cur her wrists but also that the reason she tried to take her own life was the Leaving Neverland documentary that details the alleged sexual abuse made by her father, Michael Jackson.
Paris Jackson said that this is all lies. Moreover, just a few hours after the news regarding her alleged suicide attempt made it online, Paris Jackson was allegedly seen alongside her boyfriend at a fast food restaurant.
However, TMZ, a website known for revealing exclusive information about celebrities, including the death of Michael Jackson, has not retracted the news but instead provided more information according to which Paris Jackson was discharged from the hospital and sent home under the supervision of her medical team. TMZ published a photo of Paris Jackson with the message ” I’m fine” on her clothes.
In the past, Paris Jackson admitted that she did tried to kill herself when she was 15 years old.
Paris Jackson Hospitalized After Attempted Suicide https://t.co/UIhQ5WnI7Q
— TMZ (@TMZ) March 16, 2019
Paris Jackson, who was nine years old when her father died, always said that Michael Jackson was not guilty of the charges against her father. She said that her father was a man with a “good heart” and those who support the accusations against him are just trying to destroy his image.
The effects of Leaving Neverland
The “Leaving Neverland” documentary has generated different reactions. While many celebrities and fans of Michael Jackson supported Wade Robson and James Safechuck who talk about Michael Jackson sexually abused them, the family of Michael Jackson and other fans are questioning the credibility of the accusers.
Michael Jackson’s fans from all over the world, organized under the #MJInnocent hashtag are defending the singer. In the United Kingdom and Holland, dozens of people went out on the street to support Michael’s innocence.
Michael Jackson’s music banned on the radio
The producers of “The Simpsons” also reacted. The “Stark Raving Dad” episode, aired in 1991, was removed. In that episode, Michael Jackson lends his voice to Leon Kompowsky who meets Homer Simpson in an asylum.
Multiple radio stations from all over the world have stopped broadcasting Michael Jackson’s music after BBC Radio 2 made the decision at the end of February and a statue of Michael Jackson was removed from the National Football Museum in Manchester, UK.