A treatment facility for adolescent is said turning down Jackson family's request because they are afraid that paparazzi will disturb Paris and other patients who are treated in the facility.
A rehab facility reportedly has turned down Paris Jackson's admission. According to a report from TMZ, Paris' doctors at UCLA Medical Center do not allow Michael Jackson's daughter to go home and ask her family to seek for more professional help, instead. They are worried that the teenager will try to kill herself again if she is at home.
Paris' mother, Debbie Rowe, reportedly has found a rehab facility in Utah and she wants Paris to be treated at the facility. The rehab center, however, is said rejecting Paris' admission because her presence in the facility will attract paparazzi. They are afraid that the photographers will disturb her as well as other patients.
Debbie is looking for other options, but she is not really satisfied with others. The family reportedly keeps trying to persuade the Utah rehab center. Paris currently stays at UCLA Medical Center's wing that helps patients with eating disorder, although she does not have eating problem. Her mother is said telling her friends, "It's just a tragedy. This girl needs help."
The 15-year-old teenager was rushed to hospital in an ambulance in early June following an apparent suicide attempt. Her mother told Entertainment Tonight at that time that her daughter had "a lot going on [lately]."