Paris Jackson won't return to school

2013-06-10 16:38
Los Angeles - Paris Jackson won't be attending her private school again following her alleged suicide attempt.

The 15-year-old aspiring actress, who is the daughter of the late Michael Jackson, claims she was being bullied at her elite school and won't be returning there after being released from hospital in Southern California, where she remains under involuntary psychiatric hold.

A family source told gossip website, it "has already been decided she won’t be going back to the school she had been attending.

"Paris had been absolutely miserable at the school for a long time, and there is a clique of mean girls that had been bullying her. It escalated after new child molestation claims were made public against her father, Michael.

"She has felt like an outsider for a long time. There is no way she could return there after the suicide attempt; Paris would be tormented all over again. She might be home schooled, and there is talk of her attending a performing arts high school which could be a perfect fit for her."

The teenager first revealed that she was being bullied at school during a TV interview last year but her claims were disputed at the time and she was labelled a drama queen.


  • Shireen Abbas Davids - 2013-06-10 17:25

    Get well soon Paris and stuf those measly toads @ school ! Best of luck

  • Jenny McCracken Ross - 2013-06-10 17:42

    As a teacher for over 30 years I can attest that children do bully. It may not be as overt as many people think. They bully subtly which is why it can be easily missed especially if the child being bullied doesn't complain. Many times they won't complain because they are afraid it will just increase the problem if the are labeled a "tattle tale". As the parent of three children who have all endured high school I can also attest to the fact that relationships with other students can be very challenging at times. There is so much peer pressure about things teachers aren't even aware of. So to say your school has no bullying... just shows this school has their head buried in the sand. Also to label a child as a "Drama Queen" is bullying in and of itself. Don't blame the child who is feeling isolated and alone. Teachers bewares of what your students are doing and saying. Whenever I catch wind of any kind of bullying behavior going on in my classroom I am right on that. I was bullied as a young child and I refuse to stand by and watch other children bully anybody in my classroom. School should be a safe, happy place!

  • Israel Shabbat - 2013-06-10 22:08

    Paris Jackson needs real guidance. My heart goes out to her, last year she was manipulated to pose with French scam-artist Julian Rouas to promote the illegal Jackson Tribute Fragrances (dis) honoring her dad. Bravado won the court case against Rouas and the Jacksons, but they still continue to sell these infamous perfumes as (Joe) Jackson perfumes... Read the shocking details and see the sickening pics... Http://

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