Judge to probe Paris' welfare

By admin
09 June 2013

Paris Jackson has been released from involuntary psychiatric hold and transferred to another hospital in Los Angeles.

Paris Jackson has been released from involuntary psychiatric hold and transferred to another hospital in Los Angeles, following her recent suicide attempt, and is now staying at the same hospital where her late father Michael Jackson was taken after his death in 2009.

Paris Jackson has been transferred to another hospital in Los Angeles, following her recent suicide attempt.

The 15-year-old aspiring actress was moved to UCLA Medical Center on Saturday evening, the same hospital where her late father Michael Jackson was taken after his death in 2009, upon being released from another hospital in the city, where she was placed under involuntary psychiatric hold for 72 hours.

The teenager was rushed to a hospital on Wednesday morning after allegedly cutting her wrists and swallowing 20 Motrin painkillers at the Calabasas, California, mansion where she lives with her 83-year-old grandmother, Katherine Jackson, who is one of her legal guardians, and her brothers Prince Michael, 16, and Blanket, 11.

Judge Mitchell Beckloff asked on Thursday that an investigation be carried out regarding Paris' welfare.

The judge's order came after it was claimed her other legal guardian TJ Jackson, who is her cousin, has moved almost two hours away from Paris and her brothers.

Katherine's attorney Perry Sanders told the New York Daily News newspaper: "We're 100% supportive of Judge Beckloff's actions regarding these matters."

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