Paris Jackson Reportedly Called Suicide Hotline, Left Note
By Mack Rawden 1 year ago
More details are starting to emerge surrounding the Paris Jackson suicide attempt, and if true, they paint the picture of an act that was even more serious than some may have imagined. Sources close to the situation are saying the fifteen-year-old took a large amount of Motrin pills, cut her right forearm with a meat cleaver, wrote a note and called a suicide hotline.
According to TMZ, the person on the other end of the suicide hotline thought the call was serious enough that he or she phoned the local police. Authorities then rushed out to her house in Calabasas and transported her to a hospital, where she was stitched up and eventually transferred to the psych ward and placed on a 72 hour 5150 hold.
Between giving no-nonsense interviews to forging a relationship with her birth mother, most observers have long thought of Jackson as a likeable and sensible girl stuck in an extremely difficult home situation. Obviously, it affected her more than she let on, but this still doesn’t change the fact that she’s still an extremely likable girl capable of accomplishing great things.
Pop Blend’s sincerest thoughts go out to Paris right now during this time of need. Here’s to hoping she can find some common ground with her family and start seeing plenty of reasons to smile. She’s, by all accounts, a wonderful and caring girl, and the world is a better place with her in it.