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Paris Jackson Will Remain In Treatment Until End Of Wrongful Death Lawsuit

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Jul. 2 2013, Published 3:12 p.m. ET

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Paris Jackson will remain in psychiatric treatment until the end of the wrongful death lawsuit involving her late father, Michael Jackson, so that she won't have to read sensational headlines about the King of Pop, is exclusively reporting.

Media reports circulated on Tuesday that said Paris was going to rehab. However, our sources deny the teenager will go to a rehab facility after leaving UCLA, but will be going to a psychiatric facility.

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"Paris is doing better, and her doctors at UCLA are still researching where she should go after being discharged. It's being recommended by her docs that she remain in treatment, and in a safe, controlled environment until the end of the wrongful death lawsuit ends. It's a no brainer that Paris not have access to the internet, cell phones, and social media during the trial, since the horrific stuff she was reading about her dad pushed the teenager over the edge," a source told exclusively.

Katherine Jackson

As previously reported, Paris Jackson remains hospitalized after a failed suicide attempt several weeks ago.

Katherine Jackson's wrongful death lawsuit against AEG Live, contending the concert promoter was responsible for the death of her son, Michael Jackson in 2009.

Last week, Paris' older brother, Prince Michael, testified at the trial last week, and told jurors complained that concert promoter AEG was “killing him” in the days before his death four years ago.

However, unlike her older brother's willingness to testify, "Paris wants absolutely nothing to do with the case or the trial. She was becoming extremely upset in the first few days at UCLA when the trial was brought up, and causing her severe anxiety. Paris will have to remain in a bubble until the trial is over so she won't harm herself," the insider told us.

The trial is expected to last until August.



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