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Paris Jackson Gives New Details of 'Nonstop BS' Week After Hospitalization

Paris Jackson Gives New Details of 'Nonstop BS' Week After Hospitalization

Paris was smiling gently at the premiere, which took place at Arclight Hollywood, and looked to be in good spirits.

Jackson has been taking to social media frequently over the past few days, over reports that she attempted suicide. The Los Angeles Police Department confirmed to ET that police and ambulance responded to a call involving an attempted suicide around Paris' home at 7:30 a.m. on Saturday, and the Los Angeles Fire Department confirmed that the patient was transported to the hospital.

Jackson is "currently resting at home and doing fine" following the hospitalization, which followed just weeks after reports surfaced that she had voluntarily sought treatment for her mental health.

TMZ reported that the daughter of Michael Jackson was brought to hospital on Saturday with family sources telling the site that it was "due in large to the fallout from Leaving Neverland".

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Sources close to the 20-year-old model told TMZ on Tuesday, that those close to her were all prepared on Sunday to help her go and be her support.

Despite her team reportedly urging her to check into rehab, Jackson has yet to do so.

Although she denied that she attempted suicide, people around her have reportedly been urging her to check herself into rehab. Sources claim she's been not doing well ever since the documentary "Leaving Neverland" came out, which details allegations of child abuse leveled at her late father, Michael Jackson. She is now hospitalized in stable condition. "F-k you you f-king liars", she tweeted in direct response to the story.

However, Paris denied the report on the same day it was released.