Paris Jackson's 911 call after alleged suicide attempt reveals responders were dealing with 'psychiatric problem' of 'possible VIP'
In the recording of the 911 phone call, Los Angeles City Fire and EMS dispatch along with the responders could be heard discussing an incident at the 20-yr-old's Hollywood address
In a new shocking revelation, Paris Jackson's chilling 911 phone call on the day of her alleged suicide attempt has been unearthed where emergency responders called to the star's California home on Saturday can be heard speaking about a "psychiatric problem".
In the recording of the 911 phone call made that night, Los Angeles City Fire and EMS dispatch along with the responders could be heard discussing an incident at the 20-year-old's Hollywood address. At one point during the conversation, rescuers even delivered the instruction "upgrade to emergency", as per Daily Mail.
After an emergency team communicated their arrival on the scene to deliver further instructions, one speaker on the call identified the victim as a "possible VIP". One person from the Los Angeles Fire Department command unit that covers the Hollywood area could be heard asking, "Would you like us to notify Battalion 5?", but gets a negative response from the other end.
It was reported by the Blast that the 'Gringo' star had suffered a significant amount of blood loss amid suggestions that she had slashed her wrist. However, she denied all reports of a suicide attempt by taking to Twitter and posting a series of eyeroll emojis, saying, "Lies, lies, lies... Omg, and more lies", followed by multiple question marks.
She brushed off the news of her suicide attempt by grabbing a KFC with her boyfriend, who performs in her band 'The Soundflowers', hours after medics attended her home. Insiders now claim Paris is refusing the help her management is begging her to receive.
"We're told the attempted suicide shows some underlying problems. They say Paris is dealing with all sorts of emotional issues as well as substance abuse issues," according to a source. However, there have been other sources that have downplayed the actress' visit to the hospital after her alleged suicide attempt, calling it a small accident requiring minimal medical attention.
In a previous interview with Rolling Stone magazine in 2017, Paris admitted having attempted suicide "multiple times". She said, "People say time heals. It doesn't. You just get used to it. I live with the mentality of 'OK, I lost the only thing that has ever been important to me.'"
She further added, "It was just self-hatred, low self-esteem, thinking that I couldn't do anything right, not thinking I was worthy of living anymore." It was back in 2013 when the daughter of late Michael Jackson attempted suicide for the first time with an overdose of painkillers.