A week after being rushed to the hospital for allegedly slashing her wrists, the late Michael Jackson's daughter Paris 'is eating better, exercising, and working on psychological issues.'
The Beverly Hills-born heiress - turning 21 in 10 days - is keeping busy 'organizing' her big birthday bash and maintaining a 'positive attitude,' according to TMZ.
The trust-fund bohemian has been reportedly in close communication with her godfather Macaulay Culkin, 22-year-old brother Prince, and college-bound, 17-year-old half-brother Blanket.
Paris has completely denied reports she attempted suicide, tweeting then deleting a post Tuesday about how it was made up when she didn't deliver 'the crazy reaction they wanted from the doc.'
'I'm just tryna get everyone to chill out and go with the flow, be mellow and think about the bigger picture. That's me,' Jackson - who also allegedly slashed her wrists and overdosed on pills in 2013 - wrote.
'Y'all take my life more seriously than I do . Calm yo titt****sss.'
She was referring to Dan Reed's one-sided documentary Leaving Neverland featuring uncorroborated sexual molestation allegations from admitted perjurers Wade Robson and James Safechuck.
'Pathetic': Paris has completely denied reports she attempted suicide, tweeting then deleting a post Tuesday about how it was made up when she didn't deliver 'the crazy reaction they wanted from the doc'
In February, the Jackson estate filed a $100M lawsuit against HBO for breach of contract after they included footage from his Bucharest: The Dangerous Tour concert in Leaving Neverland.
'For 20 years, Wade Robson denied in court and in numerous interviews, including after Michael passed, that he was a victim and stated he was grateful for everything Michael had done for him. His family benefitted from Michael's kindness, generosity and career support up until Michael's death. Conveniently left out of Leaving Neverland was the fact that when Robson was denied a role in a Michael Jackson themed Cirque du Soleil production, his assault allegations suddenly emerged,' the MJ estate said in a statement to Variety.
'We are extremely sympathetic to any legitimate victim of child abuse. This film, however, does those victims a disservice. Because despite all the disingenuous denials made that this is not about money, it has always been about money – millions of dollars — dating back to 2013 when both Wade Robson and James Safechuck, who share the same law firm, launched their unsuccessful claims against Michael’s Estate. Now that Michael is no longer here to defend himself, Robson, Safechuck and their lawyers continue their efforts to achieve notoriety and a payday by smearing him with the same allegations a jury found him innocent of when he was alive.'
74-year-old Ross tweeted Saturday: 'This is what's on my heart this morning. I believe and trust that Michael Jackson was and is A magnificent incredible force to me and to many others. STOP IN THE NAME OF LOVE'
This week, both Diana Ross and Barbra Streisand were blasted for defending the tarnished King of Pop, who succumbed to 'acute propofol and benzodiazepine intoxication' back in 2009.
'This is what's on my heart this morning. I believe and trust that Michael Jackson was and is A magnificent incredible force to me and to many others,' 74-year-old Ross tweeted Saturday.
'STOP IN THE NAME OF LOVE.'
The musical legends' close working relationship spanned nearly four decades starting when the Detroit-born Supreme was credited with discovering The Jackson 5 in the 1970s.
The Grammy winner was named as a backup guardian for Jackson's three children in case Katherine Jackson couldn't take care of them.
And 76-year-old Barbra apologized 'for any pain or misunderstanding' she caused for defending Michael's 'sexual needs' to the Times and said the so-called victims 'didn't die' from their experience and 'they were thrilled to be there.'
As for MJ's legacy, Billboard reported March 8 that his combined album and song sales increased 10 percent after the Leaving Neverland premiere and streams increased 6 percent.
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