Paris Jackson was spotted out and about for the first time since her recent rehab stint. The model was caught smiling while walking with her boyfriend in Los Angeles, hot coffee in hand. RadarOnline.com readers know Paris spent some time at a treatment center due to her alcohol addiction and mental health issues. This Tuesday, January 29, however, she looked healthy and in good spirits. But family insiders aren't sure her giddiness will last, as her late father's scathing documentary has left her seething. Click through the gallery to see the latest photos and learn more.
Is Paris Jackson, 20, doing ok? This week, the stunner was pictured enjoying a day out in Los Angeles after leaving rehab.
While she seemed happy and even showed PDA with boyfriend Gabriel Glenn, a source exclusively told Radar that she is in danger of suffering another meltdown!
As readers know, the Jackson family has been worried sick that fragile Paris could break down over the new documentary, Leaving Neverland, which talks about her late father Michael Jackson's alleged child sex abuse.
"Paris is furious right now over the documentary, and she wants heads to roll over this. The graphic nature of this film and how her father is portrayed is making her lose her s**t and she is threatening lawsuits," said the insider.
While the sex abuse claims against Michael have existed for decades, various alleged victims have recently spoken out about their bizarre relationships with the star. One of them, Michael Jacobshagen, even revealed a collection of creepy love notes the "Thriller" singer allegedly wrote him!
Paris has long defended the "King of Pop" against kiddie sex allegations, but the recently-released film is "really sending her over the edge."
"Her family wants her to stay out of it, but she is not going to," said the source.
The insider added that Paris' older brother Prince Jackson "is telling her to calm down but she is not."
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