Paris Jackson won’t defend father Michael Jackson

Paris Jackson Breaks Silence on ‘Leaving Neverland’ Documentary

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TMZ is reporting that close family sources are claiming Paris's latest suicide attempt is due to the fallout from the controversial documentary "Leaving Neverland". Our sources say she was transported to a hospital and placed on 5150 hold.

Speaking to Rolling Stone in 2017, Jackson revealed she attempted suicide "multiple times".

Jackson responded to a Twitter user, who pointed out that she hasn't spoken publically about the documentary.

Paris fired back against TMZ Saturday afternoon. Yet, she said it "isn't her role" to stick up for her dad.

While Michael's nephew Taj has defended him, according to People.com, Paris tweeted in her defence.

The update shows Paris Jackson and a friend returning to her apartment and as the article continues, TMZ states the following.

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The only daughter of the late singer replied "F*** you You f****** liars", in response to the TMZ tweet sharing the story.

In the doco Leaving Neverland, the pair detailed the alleged sexual abuse they suffered at the hands of the pop superstar in the 1980s and 1990s.

She initially appealed for calm, saying: "Y'all take my life more seriously than I do".

After the film aired, Paris referred to the doc as "tabloids and lies", while the Jackson estate vehemently denied the victims' allegations, slamming HBO for creating a "lurid production".

Michael Jackson, who died in 2009, went to trial in 2005 for allegedly molesting a child at his Neverland Ranch.

"My family and I have known Wade and his family since he came to America". "This is all about money and the desperate need to be relevant again".

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