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Paris Jackson 'Torn' Amid 'Leaving Neverland' HBO Debut, Source Claims

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Mar. 5 2019, Updated 3:49 p.m. ET

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Paris Jackson is "torn" amid the HBO release of Leaving Neverland — a documentary detailing late legend dad Michael's alleged pedophilia, exclusively learned.

Though the 20-year-old has lashed out at Wade Robson and James Safechuck — who both claimed in the flick they were sexually molested by Paris’ famous father in the early 80’s — a source says the starlet doesn't know what to believe.

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“Paris will tell you until the sun doesn’t rise that those men are lying and that her dad is innocent,” a Jackson family insider said.

“But honestly, anyone who really knows her and knows the situation also knows that she is just as conflicted over this as the rest of the family is.”

As fans know, Paris recently completed another rehab stint and is 30 days sober.

But the documentary, which will be airing the second part tonight on HBO, may have played a part in her recent relapse, said the informant.

“Out of all of her siblings, Paris was old enough to remember what was going on back then whether she would like to admit it or not. She remembers her father and she remembers these boys that he would spend time with,” the source told exclusively.

“Paris has seen the documentary and she doesn’t know what to believe anymore. She tried to get her siblings not to watch it and was told that they should all really avoid seeing it.”

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“But she couldn’t avoid it. She watched the film prior to her entering rehab because she demanded to see it before the world did.”

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