Paris Jackson


A week after being hospitalized following an alleged suicide attempt, Paris Jackson is feeling better—but has now had a falling-out with her mom, Debbie Rowe, whom she has been trying to rebuild a relationship with in recent months.

"Paris is doing really well," a source close to the situation tells E! News. "She's not holding anything back to the doctors. She's speaking her mind and leaving nothing on the table.

"For a family that's been so private throughout the years, she's dishing all the details," the insider said.

More unexpectedly, since we had also heard that Paris was interested in possibly living with Rowe upon her release from the hospital, the source says that Michael Jackson's 15-year-old daughter is now angry at her mom and doesn't want her "back in the hospital or to be anywhere near her." 

"She is mad at her because she thought Debbie would be on her side about things," the source added, "but Debbie's actually taken T.J.'s side on a lot of issues, which makes Paris mad."

Paris' cousin T.J., one of Tito Jackson's sons, shares custody of Paris and her brothers, Prince and Blanket, with their grandmother Katherine Jackson. Sources had told us that, despite not living with the kids and Katherine, T.J. is "very much involved" with their care and visits the house two to three times a week.

Another source told E! News this week that Paris very much wants to attend cousin Taj Jackson's wedding at the family compound in Encino, Calif., this Sunday.

There had been hopes that she would be discharged from the hospital by then, but we've since heard that it's "unlikely" she'll be able to go.

Guests have been asked to park at the Encino Little League field, from where they will be shuttled to the site of the nuptials.

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