Paris Jackson Under Pressure For Reconnecting With Birth Mom

Thu, June 6, 2013 8:32am EDT by 12 Comments
Debbie Rowe Paris Jackson Suicide Attempt

Paris’ tragic alleged suicide attempt may have been triggered by her rekindled relationship with her birth mother Debbie Rowe, which caused a rift between the fragile 15-year-old and brother Prince Jackson.

Paris Jackson, 15, recently reconnected with her birth mother Debbie Rowe, which reportedly caused a rift between her and brother Prince Michael Jackson before her alleged suicide attempt on June 5.  The teen wanted her birth mom in her life, according to a new report — but her brother wasn’t as understanding.

Paris Jackson Reconnected With Debbie Rowe

“It’s been a very difficult time. Paris has wanted Debbie in her life…She’s a young girl and having a female mother figure has been something she has desired for as long as she can remember, but it has caused problems in the family,” a source tells E! News.

“It has caused some problems between Paris and Prince. It’s a very personal choice for both of them and they do not see eye to eye on it at all,” the insider continues. “But Paris has believed from the start that it is something that Prince will come around to, that he will change his mind as he gets older.”

The source added that the misunderstanding caused a rift in their close relationship.

“He does not understand why Paris is so intent on rebuilding the relationship. He does not feel a bond with Debbie and feels like it would betray [grandmother] Katherine Jackson in some way.”

Paris Jackson’s Suicide Attempt — Reportedly Used Meat Clever To Cut Wrists

Paris allegedly tried to kill herself by cutting her wrists with a meat cleaver, shortly after taking prescription medication and writing a suicide note, TMZ reports. After swallowing the pills, Paris reportedly called the suicide hotline, and the person she spoke with alerted 911.

After being rushed to a California hospital around 2 a.m., Paris was treated with stitches and is currently under 72-hour psychiatric hold.

This is such a terrible tragedy, and our thoughts are with Paris and her loved ones during this difficult time.

WATCH: Paris Jackson Hospitalized After Possible Suicide Attempt

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More On Paris Jackson’s Attempted Suicide:

  1. Paris Jackson Was Talking To Friends About Cutting In Recent Months
  2. Paris Jackson’s Alleged Suicide Attempt: She Felt Unloved — Experts
  3. Paris Jackson Left Suicide Note & Used Meat Cleaver To Cut Wrists — Report

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culchiewoman

Posted at 3:19 PM on June 7, 2013  

Can we please stop calling her the child’s “birthmother”? She’s her mother, full stop. This is just demeaning, diminishing language.

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Dana

Posted at 2:57 PM on June 7, 2013  

I wish someone would just ban the word “birthmother.” Just erase it from the language. It was invented by the adoption industry in the first place to insult and denigrate women who relinquish children for adoption, since adopters got the vapors over the term “natural mother” and they were the ones with the money. Now it’s being used for just any old noncustodial mother no matter what the circumstances were. Debbie Rowe was MARRIED to Michael Jackson when she had Paris and Prince. The only reason she wasn’t in their lives was Jacko asked her to leave. One of the richest families in entertainment and you’re a relative nobody–what are you going to do? Everybody was too busy condemning her to ask her what SHE would have wanted, or to stand up for her, or to offer her a good lawyer. Now look what’s happened. Quit calling her a walking uterus and start supporting Paris if you’re going to make this sad story your business at all.

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Alisa

Posted at 7:58 PM on June 6, 2013  

This is very right of Paris to want to reunite with her mother. Son doesn’t feel that way yet, because he doesn’t just yet understand how important it is. Debbie’s blood’s rushing in their veins and they need to keep in close touch with her. Later in their life they will realise how important it is. And they should know that they’re not alone. Their father’s soul’s watching over them, but cannot do much for them anymore, as he’s not physical, but that’s why they need their mother. She will teach them and protect them in this life as only mother can do. Paris, your father would be very upset or even angry now seeing you’re doing a silly thing to yourself. Suicide isn’t a solution and never will be. Do the things that you know your father would be proud of. He sees every move you take and every word you say. Get well babygirl.

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catfishmom

Posted at 3:15 PM on June 6, 2013  

Debbie is her MOTHER, not her birth mother….

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Renee

Posted at 2:04 PM on June 6, 2013  

So, because it’s not important to the brother, it shouldn’t be important to her?

She shouldn’t have to choose between families, and no family member has any right to tell her whom she should love.

Period.

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morekare

Posted at 11:33 AM on June 6, 2013  

If Debbie Rowe is the DNA “real” mother of Paris, then Paris should grow up knowing her real family rather than a fake family of “Jacksons”. The other two children, unfortunately, will never know who their DNA belongs to but they certainly aren’t related to the Jackson family obviously—for which they should be GRATEFUL. There is a saying that rings true in this case: “Oh what a tangled web we weave when first we practice to deceive”. Michael Jackson was a homosexual who couldn’t have his own children — the children will suffer an emptiness that only knowing their real biological parents can help them to heal. How very unfortunate.

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Jerry

Posted at 12:13 PM on June 6, 2013  

You don’t know what you’re talking about. They are all Michael’s kids, especially the little one (Blanket) who looks just like Michael. They know exactly who their DNA belongs to which means the Jackson family ARE their real family.

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ELVIS PRESLEY

Posted at 10:15 AM on June 6, 2013  

THE ONLY REASON THE JACKSON SIDE OF HER FAMILY DOESN’T WANT HER TO HAVE ANYTHING TO WITH HER REAL MOTHER IS MONEY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! THIS LITTLE GIRL IS RICH AND THEY ARE AFRAID THAT PARIS WILL GIVE SOME MONEY TO HELP HER MOTHER!!!!!!!! THE GREED OF THAT SIDE OF THE FAMILY IS TERRIBLE!!!!!!!!!!! LOOK WHEN MICHAEL DIED THEY ALL THOUGHT THEY SHOULD HAVE BEEN IN HIS WILL!!!!!!!!!!!!!! THAT IS ALL THAT SIDE OF PARIS FAMILY THINKS ABOUT IS WHO IS GOING TO GET RICH OFF OF MICHALEL’S ESTATE!!!!!!!!!!! THAT IS WHY THEY ARE TRYING TO SUE THE PROMOTERS OF HIS LAST SHOW!!!!!!!!!! JUST TRYING TO MAKE MONEY FOR THEM SELVES!!!!!!!!!!!

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Frank

Posted at 10:28 AM on June 6, 2013  

What a shame that you’re not as dead as your name sake.

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Gavin

Posted at 11:49 AM on June 6, 2013  

Calm down!! you don’t have to scream at the top of your lungs. Do you even realize that Rowe was well paid by Michael for her services ? and that she signed an agreement to forego all parental rights and access to the kid? She could get sued. I blame all parties involved in this though.

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cindy

Posted at 9:42 AM on June 6, 2013  

They are normal kids. They said each day. But I do understand her wanting her om in her life. Its important for every girl. I wish her well.

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justsaying so chillout

Posted at 9:32 AM on June 6, 2013  

Sad but then why am I not surprise!? Because they never ever had a chance of being normal. And a girl does need her mother.

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