Paris Jackson: Judge Wants Investigation Over Her Welfare

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"Michael Jackson Immortalized" Hand and Footprint Ceremony in Hollywood on January 26, 2012

A judge has ordered investigation into Paris Jackson’s welfare after she attempted suicide earlier week. A report by a court investigator will be submitted Superior Court Judge Mitchell L. Beckloff according to People due to the overwhelming concern for Paris and her well-being after she cut her wrists with a knife and took around 20 ibuprofen tablets.

Other reports claim Paris had been feuding with her older brother Prince over her burgeoning relationship with mother, Debbie Rowe. “What’s hard is that she has now realized that her upbringing is not like other people’s,” a source tells E! News. “It has just magnified that she is different and has been living in a dysfunctional world that is different from other people her age.  She’s yearning for a mother figure. She just wants to be loved. It’s been so hard without her dad because no one is really there for her.” There are also reports of bullying at her school.

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