According to a report by Page Six, Paris Jackson’s relatives are worried about her mental wellbeing. They think she is at the verge of a “serious meltdown” and that “she’s lost it.” Recently, in March, Paris took to her Instagram stories to share a risky act. The young model was seen walking along the ledge of a skyscraper seemingly several stories above ground.
The video started with Cara Delevingne and Paris Jackson hanging out at a restaurant together. Then it switched to Paris walking on the ledge and falling into Cara’s arms just as she was about to lose balance completely. “I almost died!” read the caption of the video which was soon deleted off her page. Cara and Paris seem to be spending a lot of time together. Rumors suggest they are in a relationship but neither has said a word about it.
This scene involving Paris playing with her life reminded her family of the 2002 incident when Michael Jackson had dangled son Blanket who was then an infant over the balcony of a hotel in Berlin. With Paris having admitted in the past that she had attempted suicide several times, her troubled past, and because of the streak of wild that is a part of her personality, relatives think that she is not in a good place.
However, no one knows what’s going on in her mind but her own self and with social media around there’s no point believing such opinions. Fans can rest assured that the daughter of Michael Jackson is fine. Despite all the rumors that are buzzing, the 20-year-old herself told her friends that she is indeed perfectly well. On Monday, Paris took to Instagram stories to address the matter and clapped back at her relatives.
The star was seen wearing a colorful shirt, sitting in a car with a friend beside her. “So apparently people think I’m about to die,” she said. “My therapist texted me about it laughing though, so that’s good,” further added the diva. “So I guess to the family members that are talking to all of these news outlets saying they’re worried for me: When is the last time you called me? Prince [Jackson] isn’t worried. Why? Because we talk all the time. We hang out. If you’re worried about me, call me.”