Belfast Telegraph

UK Website Of The Year

Paris Jackson’s ‘powerful bond’ with mother

Published 11/06/2015

Paris Jackson
Paris Jackson

Paris Jackson and her mother Debbie Rowe are “in a really great place” and see each other nearly every weekend, according to reports.

The 17-year-old recently returned home after spending 18 months at therapeutic boarding school Diamond Ranch Academy in Utah following an alleged suicide attempt in 2013.

Paris, the daughter of late singer Michael Jackson, is still in the custody of her grandmother Katherine and cousin T.J., along with her siblings Prince and Blanket.

However, since she left the facility she is said to have become even closer to her biological mother Debbie.

“They talk all the time,” a source told InTouch Weekly magazine. “They see each other almost every weekend.

“Paris and Debbie are in a really great place. Their bond is really powerful.”

Katherine was given full custody of Paris and her brothers when their father died in 2009. It was temporarily suspended in 2012 but resumed with T.J. added as co-guardian.

It was recently reported that Paris has been seeking solace in her late father’s Neverland Ranch, using the location for “peaceful reflection”.

The Thriller singer famously lived at the ranch for the majority of his career but following his death, the estate fell into disrepair.

But Paris is said to regularly visit the property to use it as a place for “grief therapy”.

She has reportedly planted a Zen garden and had Michael’s favourite image, a Peter Pan-esque figure sitting on a quarter moon, carved in the middle.

“[She] now uses the spot for peaceful reflection,” a source told The National Enquirer.

© Cover Media

Your Comments

COMMENT RULES: Comments that are judged to be defamatory, abusive or in bad taste are not acceptable and contributors who consistently fall below certain criteria will be permanently blacklisted. The moderator will not enter into debate with individual contributors and the moderator’s decision is final. It is Belfast Telegraph policy to close comments on court cases, tribunals and active legal investigations. We may also close comments on articles which are being targeted for abuse. Problems with commenting?

Read More


From Belfast Telegraph