Paris Jackson

Will Paris Jackson's Move to New Treatment Centre Help Her?

13 Jul 2013

Paris Jackson, who attempted suicide last month, could still be a danger to herself

Paris Jackson has moved into a new treatment facility.

The 15-year-old aspiring actress, who attempted suicide last month, left UCLA Medical Centre on Tuesday (9 July) and is now staying at an undisclosed residential treatment center, where she will continue to be supervised and undergo treatment for depression.

A source told that the facility was chosen by Paris' grandmother and legal guardian Katherine Jackson, as well as her biological mother Debbie Rowe, who she has recently reconnected with, because they did think she was ready to return home.

The insider added: "The feeling is that Paris is still a danger to herself. Both Katherine and Debbie want her to get the help that she needs."

It was recently revealed that Demi Lovato reached out to Paris, who is the daughter of the late Michael Jackson,

The X Factor USA judge, who has a history of self-harm and whose estranged father recently died, reached out to the troubled teenager to let her know she is not alone.

A source previously said: "With Demi having just lost her dad, she feels a special bond with Paris. She told Paris about how she'd endured horrible bullying about her weight and her looks and even nasty comments about her estranged father. That struck a chord with Paris because of her own controversial father and like Demi, she's been dieting for years. There are so few people in Hollywood who show up during the tough times but Demi is the real deal."