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March 21, 2019

Paris Jackson Steps out with Boyfriend for the First Time after Alleged Hospitalization

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Paris Jackson was all smiles and cheerful when she stepped out with boyfriend on following her hospitalization.

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A smiling Jackson, 20, was spotted driving around Los Angeles with boyfriend Gabriel Glenn. According to a source, the pair went to the movies in Universal City and grabbed dinner at KFC afterward. 

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Her boyfriend and The Sunflower bandmate Gabriel was dressed comfortably, donning a red flannel jacket and a grey t-shirt with flattering dark ripped jeans.

Jackson donned a casual outfit for the date, opting for a pair of grey sweatpants and a cropped dark sweatshirt. She wore a pair of black sneakers to complement the look.

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The model and singer recently denied a report by TMZ that she had attempted suicide. Earlier Saturday, the source reported Jackson was placed on a 5150 hold following a hospitalization after attempting suicide.

“At about 7:28 a.m., officers responded to the 7200 block of Hillside for an ambulance attempt suicide. The victim was transported to a local hospital,” Tony Im, a public information officer with the Los Angeles Police Department reported.

After the news broke, the daughter of late musician Michael Jackson took to Twitter to slam the reports of her alleged suicide attempt.

 

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“F**k you you F*****g liars,” the outraged singer wrote.

 

The US entertainment website claimed Jackson attempted suicide in response to the scandal prompted by the controversial Michael Jackson documentary “Leaving Neverland”.

The bombshell documentary by HBO features Australian men Wade Robson and US man James Safechuck who alleged they were sexually abused by the pop star.

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Jackson’s family denied the allegations and filed a $100 million lawsuit against HBO, claiming that airing the documentary violates a 1992 concert-special contract with the cable channel.

 

Hundreds of radio stations have decided to stop playing Jackson’s music following the release of “Leaving Neverland”.

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