Rowe took to her Facebook page to defend her family in the wake of the tragic incident.
"So it's not ENOUGH that my family needs its privacy right now," she posted last night. "For all the paparazzi in front if my ranch my foal is still alive and struggling to do so not that you care you want to see the aftermath of devastation you won't."
She continues, "And as for everyone else that is posing as me or my daughter shame on you you are pathetic. And for those of you that sit like vultures in preparation to continue to attack my children anyway you can go to hell for they are already more than you will EVER hope to [be]."
As we previously reported, in recent times, Paris was trying to build a closer relationship with Rowe.
"She's yearning for a mother figure," a source told E! News. "She just wants to be loved. It's been so hard without her dad because no one is really there for her."
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