Paris Jackson, the only daughter of the late King of Pop Michael Jackson is said to be doing well at the private boarding school she was sent to after her suicide attempt. According to a family insider, she’s doing really great and has regular contact with her family.
The family insider said, “It’s a remarkable turnaround in the teenager’s life, after a suicide attempt earlier this summer. Paris is absolutely thriving and happy at the boarding school. She is making friends, and it’s wonderful to see, given the darkness that had taken over her life.”
“Paris regularly video chats with grandmother, Katherine, biological mom, Debbie Rowe and her brothers. Her access to the Internet is strictly monitored. The students at the school come from very diverse backgrounds, and Paris is treated just like everyone else, which she truly loves.”
“Her access to the Internet is strictly monitored. The students at the school come from very diverse backgrounds, and Paris is treated just like everyone else, which she truly loves.”
Photographers captured pictures of Paris Jackson at the school’s graduation ceremony on July 18. She looked healthy and for the first time since her father’s tragic death, happy.
The private boarding school is described as a residential treatment facility for troubled teen girls. It sits with a gorgeous mountain view and gets the Jackson sweetheart away from the prying minds and camera of the paparazzi.
The family insider wasn’t specific as to how long Paris will be at the boarding school. The family is more concerned with her welfare and will do what has to be done in order to protect Michael’s daughter.
The insider said the family intends for “Paris to remain at the school for the next term. The most important thing for Paris is to have stability, a routine, and be in a safe environment so she can deal with her issues.”
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