Belfast Telegraph

Monday 29 December 2014

Paris Jackson safe at school

GARY, IN - AUGUST 30: Paris Jackson attends the St. Paul Saints Vs. The Gary SouthShore RailCats baseball game at U.S. Steel Yard on August 30, 2012 in Gary, Indiana. (Photo by Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images)
Paris Jackson

Paris Jackson has regular video chats with her family since enrolling at a private boarding school and appears to be “thriving”.

The 15-year-old has apparently been attending the private school in Utah since mid-July, following her failed suicide bid in June. It seems Paris is adjusting well to her new environment and her loved ones believe it’s the best place for her at the moment.

“The plan is for Paris to remain at the school for the next term. The most important thing for Paris is to have stability, a routine, and be in a safe environment so she can deal with her issues,” a source told RadarOnline.

The teenager has been forming bonds with fellow students and regularly speaks to her family via video chats.

She appears to be in a better head space and is enjoying her time at the school.

“Paris is absolutely thriving and happy at the boarding school. She is making friends, and it’s wonderful to see, given the darkness that had taken over her life. Paris regularly video chats with grandmother, Katherine, biological mom, Debbie Rowe, and her brothers,” an insider revealed.

“Her access to the internet is strictly monitored. The students at the school come from very diverse backgrounds, and Paris is treated just like everyone else, which she truly loves.”

Earlier this week, photographs emerged of Paris looking healthy and smiling at the teaching facility. She was snapped surrounded by new pals as she attended a graduation ceremony on July 18.

The name of the school has not been revealed, but it is said to be a residential centre for troubled teenage girls and is surrounded by stunning mountain views.

As well as studying each day, Paris attends group and solo therapy sessions at the school, which reportedly costs $14,000 a month.

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