Paris Jackson slams relatives who think that she is headed for a 'serious meltdown'

Paris Jackson's video may have made her relatives anxious and worried, Paris has a simple request for them - to talk to her directly and find out how she is.

                            Paris Jackson slams relatives who think that she is headed for a 'serious meltdown'
Paris Jackson (Source: Getty Images)

Paris Jackson decided to respond to her family members who are reportedly concerned about her well-being after she posted a video of her walking along the ledge of a skyscraper. Over the weekend, there were various reports that claimed Paris was out of control and headed for  a “serious meltdown.” 

Paris slammed her relatives  (Photo by Rich Fury/Getty Images)

Paris decided to respond to this directly and detailed what she really thought about these concerns suddenly raised by her relatives. “So apparently people think I’m about to die,” she said, referencing the report. “My therapist texted me about it laughing though, so that’s good. So I guess to the family members that are talking to all of these news outlets saying they’re worried for me: When is the last time you called me?”

Paris made it clear that if someone is really worried about anyone's well-being, they would contact them directly, something which her family had reportedly not done in a long time. “Prince isn’t worried. Why?” she continued. “Because we talk all the time. We hang out. If you’re worried about me, call me.”


She has often spoken about depression and anxiety (Photo by Neilson Barnard/Getty Images for The Daily Front Row)

In fact, one person who came in support of Paris was her aunt,  La Toya Jackson who appreciated the woman she had become while talking to Entertainment Tonight. “I’m very proud of her and very excited and very happy,” said La Toya in the interview. 

Paris has always been open about her mental health. She has often spoken about dealing with anxiety and depression. She even took to Twitter back in 2017 to address how she dealt with anxiety. "Forget dbt skills, I listen to black sabbath and air drum to cope with anxiety attacks," she wrote. In an interview with Rolling Stone, she also spoke about how she found herself at a point where she thought nothing good go right. 

"It was just self-hatred, low self-esteem, thinking that I couldn’t do anything right, not thinking I was worthy of living anymore,” she said. “I was crazy. I was actually crazy. I was going through a lot of, like, teen angst. And I was also dealing with my depression and my anxiety without any help.” However, Paris is in a better place now and she is not letting these false rumors take control of her life.