She also tweeted a lot of question marks, in apparent disbelief over what could be called fake news, with an unamused emoji. TMZ later changed their story claiming that despite the incident, Jackson had already been released and was under the care of her team.
While TMZ is facing backlash from its initial report, People does note that a public information officer with the Los Angeles Police Department revealed that police were called to Jackson's address to respond to calls of an attempted suicide.
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Jackson responded to a Twitter user, who pointed out that she hasn't spoken publically about the documentary.
Paris Jackson is making it clear that she doesn't want to comment about the bombshell HBO documentary Leaving Neverland, which accuses her late father Michael Jackson of sexually abusing two underage boys. Yet, she said it "isn't her role" to stick up for her dad.
In a later tweet she said "my father handled his trials and tribulations with grace, peace, and love".
The Michael Jackson Community - which claims to be the "official fan club forum" for the "King of Pop" - and the MJ Street and On The Line groups accuse Robson Wade and James Safechuck of "lynching" the star.
However, Paris Jackson lashed out against this report on social media, saying "f-- you you f--ing liars".