AceShowbiz - Paris Jackson has opened up more about her mental health condition. In a new interview, the only daughter of late Michael Jackson, who once said that she was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), revealed that past paparazzi exposures made her suffer from "auditory hallucinations."
Speaking to Willow Smith in the sneak preview of Wednesday, June 16 episode of "Red Table Talk", the 23-year-old musician admitted, "I experience auditory hallucinations sometimes with camera clicks and severe paranoia and have been going to therapy for a lot of things, but that included."
Paris added that certain noises could trigger her panic attack, saying, "I'll hear a trash bag rustling and flinch in panic." However, the "Low Key in Love" singer went on to claim, "I think it's standard PTSD." As per PEOPLE report, her King of Pop father had already tried to protect her and her brothers, Prince Jackson and Bigi Jackson, by having them wear masks in public during their younger age.
Paris herself had previously spoken out about her PTSD diagnosis in support of Paris Hilton, who attended an allegedly abusive boarding school in her younger years. Back in October 2020, the "Let Down" songstress wrote in an Instagram Story, "I stand with @ParisHilton & all the survivors. #BreakingCodeSilence. Please swipe up to sign this petition to shut the school down & stop the abuse of children."
"As a girl who also went to a behavior modification 'boarding school' for almost two years as a teenager, and has since been diagnosed with PTSD because of it, and continue to have nightmares and trust issues," Paris continued in her note. "I stand with @ParisHilton and the other survivors. The other girls I'm still friends with to this day that went to the boarding school with me all have the same symptoms of PTSD and nightmares and trust issues."
"This is child abuse. #breakingcodesilence. Let's start with Provo and keep going from there," Paris concluded. The musician, who had released her debut solo album "Wilted" in November 2020, also included a link to a petition to "shut the school down and stop the abuse of children" in her post.