Following her alleged suicide attempt, the Jackson family is talking about obtaining a conservatorship over the King of Pop's troubled daughter Paris, RadarOnline.com has learned exclusively.
"They believe she is spending insane amounts of money on her boyfriend," a source told Radar.
The 20-year-old appears to have spiraled out of control since the release of the shocking new tell-all, Leaving Neverland.
As Radar readers know, the two-part HBO documentary focuses on a plethora of new sexual misconduct allegations levied against dead pop star Michael.
“Paris is in a deep state of denial in regards to the Neverland film," the informant dished exclusively to Radar. "But her denial has obviously turned dangerous."
On Saturday, March 16, cops told Radar they responded to a call for a suicide attempt at Paris’ Los Angeles home.
She vehemently denied anything serious had occurred, but her frantic family begs to differ, said the source.
"Her family believes the film is the reason for her suicide attempt."
Now her ailing grandmother, 88, is beyond frustrated.
"Katherine is at the breaking point," added the insider. "She’s lost control of Paris."
"He told Paris that her behavior is not going to fly anymore," spilled the source.
Radar previously reported the Jackson family is doing everything in their power to get rid of her hard-partying rocker boyfriend, Gabriel Glenn.
The troubled model’s famous clan, including her protective brother, were horrified when they saw Radar’s shocking exclusive photos of the couple fighting during a boozy Mardi Gras weekend just days before Paris was rushed to the hospital.
“The photos were a huge cause for concern,” a source told Radar.
In the shocking snaps, Gabriel can be seen screaming at Paris, and getting very close to her face.
The tumultuous lovers both appeared to be drinking heavily, despite her recent stint in rehab.