Paris Jackson and bro Prince Michael fought before suicide attempt

Washington, June 7 (ANI): Paris Jackson had 'major fights' with her brother Prince Michael that put her into depression and made her attempt suicide, according to reports.

A source told Us magazine that after years of estrangement, Paris started spending time with their biological mother, Debbie Rowe, and Prince, 16, didn't approve of the relationship.

The source explained that Paris was younger but Prince remembered all the awful things that Michael told them about her and felt that Paris was betraying their father by getting close to Rowe.

But Paris, who repeatedly visited Rowe, 54, at her horse ranch in Palmdale, California, wanted to get to know her mother, who was married to Michael from 1996 to 1999.

The source said that Paris made her own decision to get to know her mom and found that she really liked her, as she loved the stories that Rowe told her about Michael.

However, Prince felt betrayed and had massive fights with her and called her a backstabber for getting to know Rowe.

The source added that the pair fight all the time, and it really hurts Paris as they used to be quiet close. (ANI)

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