Paris Jackson’s nanny tried to sneak into her dad Michael Jackson’s bed at least once, according to the 15-year-old’s deposition in the wrongful death suit against AEG. Watch the video!In the clip, obtained by TMZ, Paris explains that her dad didn’t like former nanny Grace Rwaramba very much and he told them, “She was sneaky. She wasn’t an honest person, and she lied a lot.” At the same time MJ supposedly kept her employed because he felt bad for her.
When Paris Jackson called a suicide hotline last week after reportedly cutting her arms with a meat cleaver and downing a large number of over the counter pills, the operator dialed 911.
Paris Jackson attempted suicide last week, and now her family is ready to battle birth mother Debbie Rowe for custody of the 15-year-old.TMZ that Debbie is willing to become Paris’ guardian after she gets out of the hospital, if that’s what the teen wants.
TMZ spotted Paris and her bodyguards being wheeled into the hospital.
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As for Paris’ recovery, TMZ also reports that L.A. Superior Court Judge Mitchell Beckloff, who is overseeing the guardianship of Michael Jackson's three children, has ordered an investigator to "prepare a written report and include therein any recommendations relating to the minor child's health, education and welfare.”
Michael Jackson’s daughter Paris Jackson remains hospitalized after her apparent suicide attempt on Wednesday, but the film producers who signed Paris to appear in their film “Lundon's Bridge and the Three Keys” are sticking by her.
TMZ reports they are aware of how the suicide attempt might significantly increase their insurance policy on the film, but they are willing to suck it up to have the 15-year-old in their movie.
As young Paris Jackson recovers from an apparent suicide attempt earlier this week, questions are being asked about why she did it, while others are showing their support.
“Extra” music correspondent Adam Weissler caught up with rocker Alice Cooper in L.A. on Thursday, where he kicked off his “Masters of Madness: Shock Therapy” cross-country tour with Marilyn Manson.
Singer LeAnn Rimes and husband Eddie Cibrian joined “Extra’s” Mario Lopez at The Grove to talk about their marriage and LeAnn’s new album, “Spitfire.”
LeAnn called her eleventh album therapeutic, saying, “I kind of feel like I've had a piece of tape over my mouth for the last four and a half years, so you know, as that ripped off… I kind of got it all out through my music instead of going and fighting all these crazy public battles.”