The premiere of the documentary Leaving Neverland has sparked a serious conversation about child molestation and abuse, but Michael Jackson’s daughter Paris Jackson has reacted to the movie about her father in a very different way. According to a new report, Paris went on a bender during Mardi Gras in New Orleans, and her behavior is “out of control.”
Radar Online is reporting that the 20-year-old spent two days in The Big Easy with her fake ID, guzzling booze and fighting with her boyfriend, Gabriel Glenn. Eyewitnesses say that Paris was going in and out of a women’s bathroom with different male friends, and it was clear she was under the influence.
Michael Jackson’s daughter is boozing and battling with her boyfriend!https://t.co/2pyu8Zhmb2
— National Enquirer (@NatEnquirer) March 13, 2019
“Her eyes were wide, and she was fidgety. She was drinking lots and was with a big group of people,” revealed the witness.
Paris also got into a nasty fight with Glenn that nearly turned physical. The eyewitness says that Paris was screaming at her Soundflowers bandmate, telling him to leave her alone, and the two were also arguing about drugs.
Insiders say that those close to Paris are not fans of her relationship with Glenn, and if things don’t change, she could “end up back in rehab or – even worse – dead.” The source added that Paris needs to wake up and save herself and stop hanging out with bad people.
Her public behavior may appear to be out of control, but she had a much more “Zen-like approach” on Twitter to the Leaving Neverland controversy, says CNN.
Last week Paris tweeted “Y’all take my life more seriously than I do. Calm yo ti**ies.” She later clarified her statement by writing that she didn’t mean to offend anyone by using the word “ti**ies,” and reacting to things with a calm mind instead of rage is much more logical, plus it feels better.
Who Paris Jackson exposed and even said was crazy. pic.twitter.com/BOkH1K5izT
— Lillian Able (@AbleLillian) March 8, 2019
“Smoke some weed n think about the bigger picture. Chillax my dudes,” she wrote.
When a fan replied that the bigger picture was that her father’s legacy is ruined and his name smeared, Paris Jackson clapped back by writing that if tabloids and lies are the bigger picture to that fan, then she will pray for them.
Leaving Neverland is currently available for streaming on HBO GO.