The recording of the 911 call about Paris Jackson has been released to TMZ and verifies some of the information that was released following her suicide attempt on June 5. In the audio, an emergency operator tells the Los Angeles County Fire Department, "Female OD'd on 20 Motrin and cut her arm with a kitchen knife."
When asked if Michael Jackson’s daughter is coherent, the dispatcher hesitated before confirming to the fire department she was awake and breathing. The call lasts for 70 seconds, but doesn’t describe the extent of her injuries.
According to TMZ, the 15-year-old Jackson used a meat cleaver to slit her wrists after she wasn’t able to attend a Marilyn Manson concert, but it’s also been suggested Paris was stressed about testifying at the Michael Jackson wrongful death suit against AEG Live LLC filed by her grandmother Katherine.
“Paris says she absolutely wants no part of wrongful death lawsuit. She doesn’t want to be a plaintiff anymore and certainly doesn’t want to testify. She went along with it because she knew it was important to Katherine. Paris feels there is only one person responsible for her father’s death, Conrad Murray,” a source told celebrity blogger Perez Hilton.
Family lawyer Perry Sanders, however, told People.com the troubled teen wouldn’t have been forced to do anything she wasn’t comfortable with. "Nobody would force her to do anything," said Sanders. "I was with her both days of her deposition. She was a poised person. The deposition went fine, and Paris is a good, strong person."
Katherine returned Tuesday for the first time to Los Angeles Superior Court in downtown L.A, where the trial is in its seventh week, after attending to her granddaughter following her suicide attempt.
AEG Live LLC is being investigated to determine if they properly probed Dr. Conrad Murray after he gave Jackson lethal doses of Propofol in 2009, which led to his untimely death. Paris is said to be doing much better since she tried to take her life last week. Marilyn Manson also issued a statement to TMZ saying the 15-year-old is always welcome at one of his concerts.
Check out the 911 recording below: