Newly released audio reveals emergency responders to Paris Jackson’s California home on Saturday spoke about a ‘psychiatric problem’.
In a 911 telephone call recording, Los Angeles City Fire and EMS dispatch and responders are heard discussing an incident at the 20-year-old’s Hollywood address and at one point rescuers deliver the instruction ‘upgrade to emergency’.
After an emergency team communicates they’ve arrived on the scene and delivers further instructions, one speaker on the call identifies a ‘possible VIP’.
Another responds asking, ‘Would you like us to notify Battalion 5?’
But the person responds ‘negative’ to the request of the Los Angeles Fire Department command unit that covers the Hollywood area.
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Audio reveals emergency responders to Paris Jackson’s California home on Saturday spoke about a ‘psychiatric problem’ from ‘possible VIP’. In 911 call Los Angeles Fire and EMS dispatch instruct to ‘upgrade to emergency’
Reports emerged Saturday that Paris, 20, had tried to take her own life. On Monday she attended The Dirt premiere in LA
The Blast reported she suffered a significant amount of blood loss amid suggestions she had slashed her wrist.
Before she hit The Dirt premiere in LA with her boyfriend on Monday, Paris was spotted with her cousin Tito Joe ‘TJ’ Jackson and his wife Frances Casey in Encino, California.
TJ was the legal co-guardian of Paris before she became 18 years old and is currently the guardian of her brother Blanket, 17.
The 40-year-old singer and member of 3T is the youngest son of Michael Jackson’s brother Tito Jackson, 65, and Delores Martes Jackson.
He has been married to Frances Casey since 2007 and has four kids: Royal, Rio, Dee Dee and Jo Jo.
Before that Paris was spotted with her cousin Tito Joe ‘TJ’ Jackson and his wife Frances Casey in Encino, California
The outing with her legal co-guardian before she became 18 was the first time Paris was spotted with any of her family members since her alleged attempted suicide over the weekend
Paris brushed off police reports of an attempted suicide by grabbing a KFC with her boyfriend – who performs with in her band The Soundflowers – just hours after medics attended her home.
After emerging from hospital, the daughter of pop star Michael Jackson – accused of being a prolific pedophile before his death in 2009 – raised eyebrows by wearing a ‘Puppies, Wine And I’m Fine’ branded jacket – only with the word ‘wine’ deliberately covered over with what appeared to be Duct tape.
Paris, who is legally not allowed to drink alcohol, previously admitted her struggles with booze and reportedly secretly checked into rehab in mid-December.
The alteration appears to be a strong statement that alcohol won’t be a feature in her life, despite arguing with her boyfriend Gabriel Glenn in the late hours of Thursday night during an apparent ‘two-day bender’ together in New Orleans.
It came following a tumultuous day for the millionaire heiress after reports she tried to take her own life in the wake of the monstrous accusations against her father.
‘At about 7.28am officers responded to the 7200 block of Hillside for an ambulance attempted suicide. The victim was transported to a local hospital,’ a spokesperson for the department told DailyMail.com.
LA police confirmed officers responded to an attempted suicide and said the victim was transported to a local hospital. Paris is pictured with her father Michael (left) and mother Debbie Rowe (right)
Paris Jackson and boyfriend Gabriel Glenn pick up KFC before heading to the movies Saturday
Paris tweeted on Saturday: ‘lies lies lies omg and more lies’ and a series of question marks
The reports were strenuously denied by Paris, but disputed by TMZ who claim family sources said the attempt was linked to the allegations that her father sexually abused minors.
But Paris tweeted a series of eyeroll emojis following the reports. She later added: ‘lies lies lies omg and more lies’ and a series of question marks.
TMZ, which said she was placed on 5150 hold, later updated their story to say: ‘Sources close to Paris tell us she was just released from the hospital and she’s under the care of her team.’
She responded to the report by tweeting: ‘F**k you you f***ing liars.’
Insiders now claim Paris is refusing the help her management are begging her to receive: ‘We’re told the attempted suicide shows some underlying problems … they say Paris is dealing with all sorts of emotional issues as well as substance abuse issues.’
However, another outlet downplayed her hospital visit. ‘Paris had an accident this morning that required medical treatment,’ a source told People. ‘She is currently resting at home and doing fine.’
A source claimed the alleged suicide attempt was due to negative attention surrounding her late father with the release of the Leaving Neverland documentary.
Paris shared videos of herself on Instagram live during the night, hours before the claims emerged (left) and later that day after she denied she had tried to take her own life (right)
Paris recently said she had not seen Leaving Neverland, which has caused a global backlash against Michael with radio stations refusing to air his music and others calling for him to be stripped of his Emmy awards and star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Six years ago, in her first ever interview, Paris called her father her ‘idol’ and added: ‘He was the best father in the world to me and my brothers. I miss him every day.’
In 2013, she attempted suicide for the first time with an overdose of painkillers.
In an interview with Rolling Stone magazine in 2017, she said she had attempted suicide ‘multiple times’.
Paris has said: ‘People say time heals. It doesn’t. You just get used to it. I live with the mentality of “OK, I lost the only thing that has ever been important to me”.
‘It was just self-hatred, low self-esteem, thinking that I couldn’t do anything right, not thinking I was worthy of living any more’.
Paris shared this photograph with father Michael Jackson on her Instagram page in 2018
Source claimed Paris’ alleged suicide attempt was due to a HBO documentary. But she recently said she had not seen Leaving Neverland, which has caused a global MJ backlash
Paris admitted that part of her depression was from hanging out with ‘a lot of older people doing a lot of crazy things’ because she didn’t fit in with the other pupils at her private school.
In January this year, it was reported that she had checked herself into a clinic to deal with her ‘physical and emotional’ health.
Paris, who is covered in more than 30 tattoos including one of her father’s face, said her father ‘still visits me in my dreams. I feel him with me all the time.’
A friend has said Paris had been left ‘deeply troubled’ by the worldwide condemnation of her father. ‘Paris is a sensitive soul and this has affected her deeply.
‘She’s been very upset about all the hateful things she’s been reading about her father on social media.’
In Leaving Neverland, alleged victims Wade Robson and James Safechuck, go into graphic detail about what allegedly happened in Jackson’s bedroom when they were just children
The film focuses on the accounts of Wade Robson and James Safechuck, pictured as a child with Jackson, who have long claimed that they were raped and molested by the singer
In the HBO documentary, alleged victims Wade Robson and James Safechuck, go into graphic detail about what allegedly happened in Michael’s bedroom when they were just children.
Both men claim they were abused from roughly the age of seven until they were 14.
James was ten years old when he met Michael in 1986 on the set of a Pepsi advert.
He alleges that the singer, who throughout his life denied any allegations of sexually abusing children, showered him with gifts while grooming both him and his family.
Australian-born Wade was five when he first met Michael after winning a dance competition in Brisbane. He alleges similar abuse.
In one alleged incident, Michael gave one of his young male victims jewelry in exchange for sexual acts, and even staged a mock wedding complete with vows and diamond ring.
In a series of Twitter posts last Thursday model-and-actress Paris responded to claims that recent unfavorable press coverage was all a ploy to get her to comment on these latest allegations.
‘[T]here’s nothing I can say that hasn’t already been said in regards to defense. Michael Jackson’s [nephew] Taj is doing a perfect job on his own. And I support him,’ said Jackson.
‘[B]ut that’s not my role. I’m just tryna get everyone to chill out and go with the flow, be mellow and think about the bigger picture. That’s me.’
‘There’s nothing i can say that hasn’t already been said in regards to defense. Taj is doing a perfect job on his own. And I support him,’ said Paris
Paris and her two brothers Prince and Blanket inherited half of Jackson’s $1.5billion estate upon his death.
The other half went to his mother Katherine Jackson, who was also named the guardian for the children despite the fact that Paris’ mother Debbie Rowe is still alive.
In the event that Katherine could not fulfill that role as guardian, Michael said in his will that Diana Ross would care of his children.
Paris said on Thursday however that her inheritance is of little importance to her, writing: ‘They say money is what makes the world go ’round.. but money is just energy.. and the reason it’s #1 is because that’s the focus of the collective conciousness. Imagine if we all focused on love instead?? If that was our mutual frequency?? yooooooooooooooooooooooooooo.’
That was posted in the wake of Jackson’s mid-week trip down to New Orleans.
Paris commented last Thursday on her decision to not speak out about allegations that her father Michael sexually abused minors (left is Jackson at last month’s Vanity Fair Oscar party)
Leaving Neverland director Dan Reed said he hoped the allegations will shift opinions on Michael and has asked fans to ‘re-evaluate the way we see the singer’.
Reed has been both praised and criticized for the film, with masses of intrigued fans met by protesters at cinemas across the globe.
Defenders of the singer have also fiercely lashed out at the documentary online, calling it a ‘mockumentary’.
Michael adamantly maintained he never harmed children. His family has called the documentary and news coverage of the accusations a ‘public lynching’, asserting he was ‘100 percent innocent’.
His estate has called the documentary a ‘rehash of dated and discredited allegations’.
If you or anyone you know needs to talk, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is available 24/7 at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).