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Paris Jackson Is Reportedly Mad at Debbie Rowe, Restricts Her From Visiting

June 13, 2013 06:37:33 GMT

A source says that 'Paris is doing really well' after she allegedly tried to commit suicide, but the 15-year-old teenager is reportedly angry at her mother for siding with TJ Jackson.


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Paris Jackson has been in hospital for a week following alleged suicide attempt. A source close to the family told E! News that the daughter of Michael Jackson "is doing really well." "She's not holding anything back to the doctors. She's speaking her mind and leaving nothing on the table. For a family that's been so private throughout the years, she's dishing all the details," the source explained.

Although the 15-year-old teenager is physically getting better, her relationship with her mother Debbie Rowe is reportedly not really smooth. Paris is said so angry that she doesn't want her mother "back in the hospital or to be anywhere near her."

"She is mad at her because she thought Debbie would be on her side about things, but Debbie's actually taken TJ Jackson's side on a lot of issues, which makes Paris mad," the source added. TJ, who was appointed a guardian of Paris and her brothers alongside their grandmother Katherine Jackson, is "very much involved" in the children care. Although TJ does not live with Paris and her two brothers, he reportedly visits them two or three times a week.

Another report suggested that Paris refused visitations from her grandmother. However, the teenager let her former nanny Grace Rwaramba see her in hospital. "The kids adore her. Grace and Debbie don't get along. The whole situation is getting worse by the minute," a source claimed.

The girl, who was said looking forward to attending cousin Taj Jackson's wedding this Sunday, is "unlikely" able to leave the hospital by the end of this week. The ceremony will be held at the family compound in Encino, California.

© AceShowbiz.com




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