Judge Allows Court-Appointed Investigator To Interview Paris Jackson After Suicide Attempt & Examine Her Medical Records

In the wake of Paris Jackson‘s suicide attempt, a judge for the Superior Court of the State of California has signed off on a document allowing a court-appointed investigator to interview the only daughter of Michael Jackson and her two brothers, as well as have full access to her medical records, and RadarOnline.com has all the exclusive details.

The paperwork was filed on Friday in the matter of guardianship of the children — which has been granted to their grandmother Katherine Jackson and TJ Jackson for quite some time.

“In connection with the investigation ordered by this court on June 6, 2013, Probate Court Investigator, Cary Ornelas, shall be permitted access to any and all medical/mental health records of the minor child, Paris Michael Katherine Jackson,” the document obtained by Radar states.

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“Further, after consultation with the minor child’s health care providers, Ms. Ornelas shall be provided access to and have the discretion to privately interview Paris Michael Katherine Jackson.”

The document goes on to state, “Ms. Ornelas shall also have access to and the discretion to interview minor children Michael Joseph Jackson, Jr. and Prince Michael Jackson, II.”

Here is the document in full:


As RadarOnline.com reported earlier this week, Paris remains hospitalized but is unhappy with her living situation and wants to live with her biological mother, Debbie Rowe.

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However, Rowe will not fight for custody of her daughter, according to a new report and confirmed by a source who spoke to Radar.

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