Paris Jackson Reportedly Bullied At School, "Felt Like An Outsider"

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Michael Jackson's daughter reportedly didn't have many true friends at her high school and struggled to fit in before her possible suicide attempt on Wednesday

More details are emerging about Paris Jackson's personal life in light of her possible suicide attempt on Wednesday.

A new report says that Michael Jackson's 15-year-old daughter struggled to fit in at school and felt bullied.

"She has been complaining recently about feeling bullied at school," a source tells E! News. "She does not have many true friends there, and she doesn't feel like she really fits in there."

Paris reportedly felt different than her peers. "She's very creatively minded and felt like an outsider," the source says. "She hasn't been feeling very happy there at all."

Paris was rushed to the hospital early Wednesday morning after a suicide attempt where she cut herself and took "a large number" of Motrin, but luckily, she is okay.

An attorney for Katherine Jackson, Paris' grandmother, says the teen is "physically fine" and getting "appropriate medical attention" in light of the incident.

We wish Paris a speedy recovery!

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