Paris Jackson Suicide Update: Demi Lovato Reaches Out To Michael Jackson's Daughter, Pair Sympathize Over Lost Fathers

By Ryan Book, Mstars News ( | Jul 15, 2013 03:08 PM EDT
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It's hard to find someone to relate sometimes, and that's got to be the case for Paris Jackson. The 15 year-old has had to deal with the death of her father, her father's legacy (both good and bad), and the media hoopla that comes with being Michael Jackson's child. Undoubtedly stress from all three led to her attempted suicide in June when the the teenager cut her wrists and too around 20 Motrin pills. However Demi Lovato reached out to Paris and the two apparently had a successful heart-to-heart conversation. 

Lovato, an "X-Factor" judge and pop star herself, contacted Paris because she too had experience with losing a loved one. Lovato's father Patrick passed away last month, and the singer has been a little more dour in her public appearances since. 

Lovato also had to deal with bullying as a child, something that Paris is all too familiar with. Jackson's eccentricities made his daughter a victim, and social media trolls have also made Facebook a nightmare at times. Lovato told Paris that she was teased about her weight throughout high school. 

Paris was just released last week from the UCLA Medical Center where she had been under observation since her suicide attempt. Where she's headed to now has not been released by her family, but there are rumors she's heading to the ultra-exclusive Diamond Ranch Academy in Utah to continue her recovery away from the bustle of California. 

Many have reached out to Paris following the attempt, but this one seems especially sincere. Marilyn Manson reached out to the teen after hearing that she was upset she couldn't attend one of his concerts. He told her she was on his guest list for any show she chose.

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