Paris Jackson apologises for attitude
Published 25/07/2012 | 11:00
Paris Jackson insists she hasn't "changed" and has no "ego".
The daughter of late singer Michael Jackson has been at the centre of controversy lately as her family are going through a difficult patch. She and her brothers Prince and Blanket are cared for by Michael's mother Katherine, but over the weekend she was reported missing. Paris has alleged she has not been allowed to contact her grandmother, although her uncle Jermaine Jackson insists Katherine is well and simply taking some time to relax.
Paris has vented her frustration on Twitter over the last few days and has now used the site to apologise for her behaviour.
"a lot of ppl have been saying that i 'changed' i wanna apologize for the attitude there's just a lot going on i promise: the ego = gone(: (sic)," she wrote.
She later posted messages about her sleeping patterns and homework.
It's understood Michael's brothers and sisters have fallen out over his will, which some of them claim shouldn't be legal.
There have reportedly been arguments over money and about his three children, with reports that the executors of the King of Pop's estate are considering seeking emergency guardianship of the kids. Their cousin TJ is also thought to be looking into caring for them full time.
Earlier this week, police were called to the home where the children live. It's been claimed Michael's siblings Janet, Jermaine and Randy stormed the property, with Janet accused of shouting at Paris.
According to TMZ, the young lady screamed back: "This is our house. Not the Jackson family house. Get the f**k out!"
The children's cousin Trent - who has been involved with the arguments - reportedly fought with the men.
It is thought that the violent altercation is the reason the executors John Branca and John McClain are attempting to obtain guardianship of the children.
"We are concerned that we do what we can to protect them from undue influences, bullying, greed, and other unfortunate circumstances," they said in a statement.
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