Paris Jackson misses tour date after ‘meltdown’ from ‘mixing meds’ – The Sun
PARIS Jackson's friends fear she is at the brink of a meltdown after cancelling a recent tour gig.
The daughter of the late Michael Jackson was set to perform alongside her band Soundflowers in Rome when the concert was cancelled last month.
However, a friend of Paris' has since revealed the 21-year-old is on a string of prescription medicines to relieve anxiety, which caused her to cancel the show.
A friend told Radar: "Paris has panic attacks and she takes pills to help calm the effects of the attacks.
“She takes them every day and when she doesn’t she has nightmares, gets nervous and sweats. She mixes them sometimes, which is very unhealthy!”
Paris spent the holidays in Italy with her brothers Prince, 22, and Blanket, 17.
They were joined by the Paris' boyfriend Gabriel Glenn, who is also a member of Soundflowers.
It was previously reported the star tried to take her own life in March 2019.
Audio of a 911 call appeared to reveal how emergency services responded to a “psychiatric problem involving a possible VIP” that was upgraded to an emergency.
Reports claimed Paris' attempt was a "direct response" to the child sex abuse claims made against her dad Michael in the Leaving Neverland documentary.
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However, Paris slammed the claims by tweeting "f***ing liars."
Last week, the star honored her goddaughter, Isabella D'Amore Alt, by getting her name inked on her arm and shared the whole process on Instagram.
She went with her best friend — and Isabella’s mom — Caroline D’Amore, 35, to have it done, and the duo got matching tats.
Caroline, who married drummer Bobby Alt in 2012, made Paris her daughter’s godmother after giving birth to Isabella in 2015.
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