Paris ‘making progress’
Paris Jackson is getting better but may have to stay at a Utah school “for years”.
The 15-year-old is believed to be attending a therapeutic school in Utah in the wake of her alleged suicide attempt in June 2013.
According to TMZ, progress has been made but Paris is by no means out of the woods.
In fact, the teenager is said to be so “riddled with problems” she might be at the school for years.
The website claims Paris has family therapy sessions with grandmother Katherine Jackson and mother Debbie Rowe on the phone. She might also get a pass to visit her Los Angeles home for a few days in January, and Katherine is already redoing Paris’ room in preparation for her homecoming, according to the outlet.
Michael Jackson’s only daughter appears to be happy at the school, based on pictures of her released in August. In the snaps, Paris is seen with freshly dyed red hair and a graduation cap on, smiling at the camera.
She is said to be undertaking horse therapy at the school, one of many ways the establishment helps students with their emotional issues.
Lisa DeJayne, a friend of Paris’ mother Debbie, believes horses can truly help her.
“Paris will feel a bond with the horse, have a relationship with the workers and start building relationships up again. It’s a safe place away from the cameras,” Lisa told Radar Online in October.
Debbie testified in Michael’s wrongful death trial that Paris’ suicide attempt was because she felt she had “no life” after her father’s death in 2009.
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