Paris Jackson Rep: Being A Sensitive 15-Year-Old Is Difficult

Posted on June 5th, 2013 at 11:48 am

paris2Michael Jackson’s daughter, Paris Jackson, was rushed to the hospital, early Wednesday morning, after attempting suicide.

A rep for the family, Sandra Ribera, just released the following statement to RumorFix on behalf of the starlet's grandmother, Katherine Jackson, "Being a sensitive 15 year old is difficult no matter who you are. It is especially difficult when you lose the person closest to you. Paris is physically fine and is getting appropriate medical attention."

The rep adds, "Please respect her privacy and the family's privacy."

Earlier this week, Paris sent out a series of cryptic tweets, including, "yesterday, all my troubles seemed so far away now it looks as though they’re here to stay," and "I wonder why tears are salty?"

If you or someone you know is contemplating suicide, here are some resources for you;

24/7 toll-free national lifelines for teens in crisis:

The Trevor Project (1-866-488-7386)

Boys Town (1-800-448-3000)

Our positive thoughts and prayers are with Paris and the family.

  • 3 Responses

    1. serious says:

      This is just really hurtful. I have lost family and friends to cancer. They tried any and everything to live. She has something they can never have “LIFE”. Grow up Paris theirs people in this world that will never in their life time have the things you have (family, friends, fame & money). Be thankful for Gods Blessings.

    2. Empathy says:


      Are YOU serious?!! This is a 15 yr old girl! Don’t judge what you don’t know!! How can you preach ? She’s young, in a position that most of us would crack under, and who the hell are you to state ‘grow up’? You’re moronic ! Do you have children? To tell her to ‘grow up’ is just stupid. You don’t know her, you don’t know her private life, you’re not inside her head!
      How unbelievably insensitive of you to post that garbage!

      To Paris,

      Hang in there! Life can be very hard sometimes….you have supporters out there that don’t even know you, but know you’re valuable in this world! You’re here for a reason. Cyber hug and all my compassion and empathy in what you’re going through right now. It will get better… :-)❤

    3. nowdisconnected says:

      It’s normal to throw a temper tantrum when your a kid but to pretend suicide because you were told, “No”, to a concert is inexcusable. Now she will get whatever she wants because of that stunt. Another spoiled brat in Hollywood……..

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