Paris Jackson is lashing out at her elder family members, who she claims are spreading false rumors.

Jackson, the 14-year-old daughter of the late King of Pop, has taken to twitter in an effort to clear the air on some statements that were allegedly made by her deceased father's siblings, Janet, Rebie, Tito, Randy and Jermaine Jackson.

The statements Paris claims to be rumors were allegedly made via written note and call for the Jackson Estate executors, John Branca and John McLain to resign immediately because of information they received that indicate the will to be fake.

The letter also alleges that Katherine Jackson, Michael Jackson's mother, was in bad health and had suffered a mini-stroke while making key decisions regarding the estate.

Paris Jackson apparently disagrees with those statements as she took to twitter to clarify right now that what has been said about my grandmother is a rumour and nothing has happened, she is completely fine.

I will defend my beloved family member with all I have, even if it means from other family members, Paris also tweeted.

Since the death of the Thriller singer in 2009, the Jackson estate has earned an estimated $475 million. The great sum of money nearly clears the late singer of a reported $500 million in debt.

Not long after the previous posts, Paris tweeted directly to her uncle saying that she doesn't appreciate him telling things that aren't true and saying he should have respect for his mother.

All tweets have since been deleted.

While Paris is extremely well-known for her relation to Michael, it was during the international superstar's funeral that she gained worldwide notoriety.

Just 11-years-old at the time, Jackson made her first public statement to the estimated one billion people watching around the world. Ever since I was born, Daddy has been the best father I could imagine, she said, dissolving into tears and turning to lean on her aunt Janet. I just want to say I love him so much. It was the first time the world had heard one of Jackson's children speak