Report: Paris Jackson to Enter School for Troubled Teens
(LOS ANGELES) -- Paris Jackson will be moved to a boarding school for troubled teens once she’s well enough to leave UCLA hospital in Los Angeles following her suicide attempt, according to The Sun.
The British newspaper reports that her mother, Debbie Rowe, and grandmother, Katherine Jackson, both want to be sure Paris makes a full recovery, and neither believe she’s anywhere near ready to go home yet.
The pair is also anxious to keep the troubled 15-year-old away from the Internet and social media because they fear she’ll have a relapse if she reads harsh comments about her and her late dad, pop superstar Michael Jackson.
Rowe and Katherine reportedly plan on enrolling Paris in the $10 million Diamond Ranch Academy in Utah, a treatment center for struggling children.
Paris was hospitalized last month after she cut her wrists and took a mix of pills.
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