Paris Jackson’s family allegedly is concerned for the young daughter of famous late singer Michael Jackson. A new report has claimed that the Jackson family is convinced that Paris should go back to rehab and undergo more treatment. Allegedly, her family thinks that she needs “a lot more therapy.”
The news was reported by Radar Online, which indicated that the whole family is worried about Paris. The report said that the Jacksons are desperately trying to convince Paris that she has to undergo the treatment. According to the celebrity site, the young star’s family believes that her next breakdown “could destroy her.”
The site claimed that it talked to some sources close to the famous family, which claimed that they want Paris to attend a 24-hour rehab facility because they fear that she has “totally fallen off the wagon mentally and physically.” Some sources revealed that the “members of the Jackson clan are convinced Paris needs ‘a lot more therapy’ and are worried about a ‘total breakdown that could destroy her.'”
Well, the same report claimed that Michael Snoddy, Paris’ boyfriend, may not be a very good influence on her. According to the news, Michael Jackson’s daughter has more tattoos and piercings since she started dating this guy. Michael Snoddy and Paris met at an AA meeting and it seems that things are going well between the two. Some previous rumors claimed that the two were actually engaged, but the claims were dismissed.
Well, her family is quite sure that this man is not the best for the young Paris. “Paris’ family is certain that she is drinking and smoking pot,” the source said, adding that they believe Michael Snoddy is “the reason for this.” The Jacksons are worrying that he will be her “downfall.”
As imagined, Paris and the Jacksons have not directly talked about the rumors, but a report from Gossip Cop, as always, dismissed the claims. The report indicated that Paris’ family does not want her to attend rehab treatment and claimed that the whole story was untrue. Gossip Cop said that it has talked to a rep for Paris, who dismissed the claims made by Radar Online.