It’s been years since Michael Jackson’s unexpected death and fans are still reeling. The official cause of the King of Pop’s death is cardiac arrest, but many suspect foul play — including the “Billie Jean” singer’s own daughter, Paris Jackson.

In an interview with Rolling Stone, the 18-year-old opened up about her father’s death, revealing that she “absolutely” believes Jackson’s death was intentional. In fact, Paris called that fact “obvious,” though she admitted it sounded like a conspiracy theory. She claimed this was a common belief in the Jackson household, telling Rolling Stone that her family and her father’s fans know the truth. Paris supported her theory by revealing that her father regularly told her and her siblings that people were plotting against him, adding that she remains hopeful one day justice will be served.

“He would drop hints about people being out to get him,” she said. “And at some point he was like, ‘They’re gonna kill me one day.’”

While it remains unclear if investigators will ever take another look inside Michael’s death, charges have been filed against the doctor overseeing his care prior to his passing. Dr. Conrad Murray was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in 2014 for providing his patient with propofol, which he is thought to have been dependent on. According to Entertainment Tonight, the judge’s ruling blamed Murray’s “callous disregard for Mr. Jackson’s health and safety was shown throughout the trial.”

Justice isn’t the only thing Paris has dedicated herself to since her father’s death. She has been vocal in defending the 19-time Grammy award winner’s legacy. Most recently, she spoke out about the proposed portrayal of the late musician in “Urban Myths.” On Jan. 12, Paris addressed the casting of actor Joseph Fiennes in the show. According to E! News she was “incredibly offended” by the decision and she wasn’t the only one.

People magazine later revealed that cousin Taj Jackson was also bothered by Fiennes’ look in the project, calling it “blatant disrespect.” Michael’s fans also questioned the decision to cast Fiennes, along with the makeup they put him in. The idea has since been scrapped.