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Paris Jackson's Family Wants To Cut Out Model's Bad News Boyfriend After Suicide Attempt

Paris Jackson Family Wants Boyfriend Gabriel Glenn Gone
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Mar. 18 2019, Updated 10:32 p.m. ET

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Following a horrific alleged suicide attempt, Paris Jackson's family is doing everything in their power to get rid of her hard-partying rocker boyfriend, Gabriel Glenn, has exclusively learned.

The troubled model's famous clan, including her protective brother, Prince, 22, were horrified when they saw's shocking exclusive photos of the couple fighting during a boozy Mardi Gras weekend in New Orleans just days before Paris was rushed to the hospital.

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"The photos were a huge cause for concern," a source told

In the shocking snaps, Gabriel can be seen screaming at the 20-year-old, and getting very close to her face.

The tumultuous lovers both appeared to be drinking heavily, despite her recent stint in rehab.

"Gabriel is usually cute with Paris in public, but they believe behind closed doors, it is a completely different situation," the source explained.

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Now, especially after Paris' hospitalization, the family "thinks he is dangerous," the source continued. "Their #1 priority is getting him away from her."

Paris vehemently denied any incident took place, but cops told they responded to a suicide attempt in her West Hollywood, California condo on March 16.

The model and her man were spotted at a movie in Los Angeles just hours later, acting like everything was fine.



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