More alarming details are coming out about Paris Jackson's latest alleged suicide attempt. RadarOnline.com obtained shocking audio of the dispatch call that took place on Saturday, March 16, during which responders were warned of the troubled star's urgent situation.
In the audio clip, featured above, Los Angeles City Fire and EMS dispatch alerted responders that they were heading to a home involving a "possible VIP" for a "psychiatric problem." The Blast was the first to report the dispatch call.
A spokesperson from LAPD confirmed to Radar that an ambulance responded to Paris' home on March 16 for a "suicide attempt." The 20-year-old was transported to a local hospital.
It appeared dispatchers learned over time that Paris was in a dire situation. In the beginning of the dispatch call, responders were told to "upgrade" the status of the response "to an emergency."
As Radar readers know, Michael Jackson's troubled daughter vehemently denied the suicide scare over the weekend. However, sources told Radar that Paris' brother Prince is concerned for his fragile sister.
"He wants to act almost like a father figure to Paris right now," said the source. "He told her that her behavior is not going to fly anymore."
Earlier this month, Radar reported that the young model was caught boozing and fighting with boyfriend Gabriel Glenn during a wild weekend in New Orleans for Mardi Gras.
The Jacksons are now discussing the possibility of obtaining a conservatorship over Paris. In addition to the 20-year-old's wild child status, a source spilled to Radar that they believe she is spending "insane amounts of money" on her boyfriend.
Despite the scary situation, Paris appeared unfazed on Monday, March 18 as she hit the red carpet for Netflix's premiere of The Dirt. The troubled star wore an all-black outfit and dark makeup alongside Glenn.