After a failed suicide attempt, Michael Jackson's daughter is reportedly set to embark on a long road to recovery.
Following her unsuccessful attempt to take her life, Paris Jackson is reported to spend time in a treatment facility where she will undergo two weeks of "intense therapy" to kick off her summer. The 15-year-old celebrity and her guardians in the Jackson family have yet to decide on which treatment facility she will be entered into before she spends time with biological mother Debbie Rowe.
"She has a couple weeks of very intense therapy [ahead of her] before anything else happens. Where she does it all depends on the best place," an insider revealed. Paris was hospitalized on June 5 for an alleged suicide attempt by overdosing on pills.
Paris is set to spend the summer with Rowe after daughter and mom recently rekindled their relationship and who apparently "have become very close." "The plan was to spend time with her mother and enjoy her company. They share a love of animals and, 'when [Paris] is out at the ranch, she doesn't have bodyguards or drivers. It is a lot more of a normal setting,' " the source added.
Paris' hospitalization this month is reportedly not the first time she has checked into the UCLA Medical Center where she was transferred to from her initial confinement at the Children's Hospital in Calabasas. The source said, "She has been seeking treatment periodically over the past year" while "wrestling depression" that may have began from her late father Michael's death many years ago.