Marilyn Manson After Paris Jackson Suicide Attempt: 'You Will Be On My Guest List'

 

Marilyn Manson is reaching out to Paris Jackson after she attempted suicide on Tuesday. The 15-year-old cut her wrists with a kitchen knife and took nearly 20 ibuprofen after she wasn’t allowed to go to the “Beautiful People” singer’s concert, a family source told TMZ.

"I hope you feel better,” Manson, 44, told the celebrity news site. “You will be on my guest list anytime you want."

A day after the suicide attempt, Paris is said to be healthy. "Paris is doing well, smiling again and can't wait to see her friends," an insider told People.com.

But the family is still struggling over what to do after Michael Jackson’s daughter is released from the hospital. According to the source who spoke to the news site, grandmother Katherine and co-guardian T.J. Jackson are discussing the problem.

Jackson family lawyer Perry Sanders gave some insight as to why the King of Pop's daughter might have tried to take her own life, saying Paris was going through a rough time leading up to the suicide attempt. “Being a sensitive 15-year-old is difficult no matter who you are,” he said in a written statement Wednesday posted by ABC News.

“It is especially difficult when you lose the person closest to you [her father]. Paris is physically fine and is getting appropriate medical attention. Please respect her privacy and the family’s privacy.”

Us Weekly reported that Paris and her older brother Prince Michael, 16, were fighting over her reconnecting with her biological mother Debbie Rowe. "[Paris and Prince] were always so insanely close until Debbie came back in the picture, and Paris wanted to get close with her," the insider told the magazine.

"Paris wanted her mom in her life, but Paris was younger and Prince remembers all of the awful things Michael told them about Debbie," the insider added. "Prince feels Paris is betraying their father by getting close to Debbie."

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