Paris Jackson, the only daughter of the Michael Jackson, made headlines last week after she attempted to commit suicide by cutting her wrist and overdosing on motrin.
Sources say she’s currently in stable condition, but family members including godmother Diana Ross and biological mother Debbie Rowe have voiced concerns about the 15-year-old’s well being.
According to reports, ”Diana is extremely concerned about Paris. She was stunned that Paris attempted suicide and has vowed to make sure she gets the help she needs.”
Paris, and her brother Prince and Blanket, are currently under the care of their 83-year-old grandmother Katherine. Ross said she has no plans to “move for custody of the children” but is ready to step in if help is needed.
The source added, “She only wants what is best for them. Diana has tremendous respect for Katherine and all that she has done for the children and told her, last week when they spoke, that if she needed anything, she stands ready to help in anyway.”
Unlike Ross, TMZ reports that Paris’ mother Debbie Rowe wants to become her daughter’s legal guardian.
If the judge opens up the guardianship case, he will give great weight to Paris’ desires. If Paris wants Debbie as her guardian — and we’re told that’s a “likely” scenario — our sources say Debbie would gladly accept.
It’s important to note … when the judge held the guardianship hearing shortly after Michael died … Debbie voiced concern about the welfare of the kids but accepted Katherine as guardian as long as the kids were protected.
Debbie NEVER waived her right to a guardianship, and we’re told the judge would take Debbie seriously, given the fact that she’s the biological mother with a meaningful relationship with Paris.
As of now, a probate court judge has ordered an investigation into Paris’s suicide attempt. An investigator has been instructed to “prepare a written report and include therein any recommendations relating to the minor child’s health, education and welfare.”
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