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Paris Jackson to live with Debbie Rowe for summer, Katherine Jackson not excited

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Amid continued sexual molestation allegations against pop icon Michael Jackson, his daughter, Paris Jackson, is still struggling to find her place in the world, even after his death. Radar Online is reporting today that Paris Jackson wants to live with her mother, Debbie Rowe, and her grandmother Katherine Jackson is not happy about it.

Paris Jackson has been living at a boarding school in Utah while she undergoes counseling and treatment for emotional difficulties, stemming from a previous suicide attempt according to Eurweb. Paris wants to leave the boarding school to live with Debbie Rowe, her biological mother, according to the Daily Mail. Katherine Jackson loves her granddaughter dearly and wants to do what's best for her but is disappointed that she no longer wants to live in the Jackson home.

Paris Jackson went into treatment in 2013, after a suicide attempt. According to BET, the teen took pills and tried to slit her wrists. She was later rushed to a local hospital. Paris Jackson has had the most difficult time adjusting to life without Michael Jackson and has frequently taken to Twitter to vent her frustrations.

In a Radar Online exclusive, a private source stated that Paris has made great progress, and that the doctor has only approved the visit for the summer months at the Palmdale ranch.

Critics of Debbie Rowe call her a greedy surrogate mother who was only interested in the money after Paris' birth. Jackson critics say she'll be better off with her biological mom, instead of living in the bizarre world of the Jackson family.



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