March 20, 2019
The 20-year-old made a rare red carpet appearance with boyfriend Gabriel Glenn amid the controversy surrounding the documentary about her late father and the rumors of her suicide attempt.
The young couple attended the premiere of the Netflix Motley Crue biopic “The Dirt” and they dressed accordingly in celebration of the heavy metal band, both wearing leather jackets.
Apparently in good spirits, Jackson posed for pictures wearing an all-black ensemble, donning a studded leather jacket in perfect combination with Glenn, her boyfriend and bandmate.
As Jackson later revealed, it was Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee who extended her an invitation to the premiere of the film that will be released on the Netflix platform on March 22.
“The Dirt” stars Douglas Booth as Nikki Sixx, Daniel Webber as Vince Neil, Machine Gun Kelly as Tommy Lee, and Iwan Rheon as Mick Mars.
Jackson is a big fan of the band as she shared in a tweet in February, “blaming” their music with “giving her a whiplash” due to prompting her to “head bang” with excessive enthusiasm.
“Apparently I head banged so hard that I “simulated a car crash” and gave myself whiplash, lol. Not to point any fingers or anything but thanks @MotleyCrue.”
-Paris Jackson, Twitter, February 26, 2019.
Jackson and Glenn form the music duo “The Soundflowers,” on which she sings and plays the ukulele while he sings and plays the guitar. They have performed live on several occasions.
Glenn is also guitar player in a band called “The Trash Dog” that played in the infamous Viper Room in West Hollywood in November 2018.
The couple’s red carpet appearance comes just days after rumors of Jackson been admitted to a hospital due to an alleged suicide attempt on her part, which was believed to be caused by the release of “Leaving Neverland” which portrays her late father as a child abuser.
Minutes after TMZ shared false news about Jackson’s alleged hospitalization, she took to her Twitter to replied to the celebrity gossip news outlet, calling them liars and using strong language against them.
Paris was raised solely by her iconic superstar father Michael, “The King of Pop,” who was granted full custody of her after Divorcing her mother Debbie Rowe. She was reportedly named after the city in which she was conceived.
She and her two brothers had a far from normal, with Michael’s efforts to keep them out of the spotlight –which included making them wear masks when out in public- proving to do the opposite to keep them in a low profile.
The children gained much notoriety after appearing at their father’s televised funeral, and against his desires, Paris is now subject of much harassment from the media and has pursued many projects as a public person.
March 16, 2019