Paris Jackson Will Not Return to School Where She Was Bullied

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Paris Jackson reportedly attempted suicide on June 6 and was reported that she was being bullied at school. Now, a source close to the family says that it has already been decided that Paris will be switching schools. Following Paris Jackson's reported suicide attempt on June 6, a judge has ordered an investigator to look into Paris' welfare, the New York Daily News is reporting.

The 15-year old was put on a 5150 involuntary psychiatric hold after the incident and has just been released. In an eerie twist of fate, Paris is currently staying at the same hospital that her father, Michael Jackson, passed away at.

According to multiple reports, Paris was bullied at her Southern California private school and "felt like an outsider for a long time," which reportedly contributed to her distress. RadarOnline is now reporting that Paris will not be returning to that school, because the family fears she will be bullied even more after this.

"Paris might be home schooled, and there is talk of her attending a performing arts high school which could be a perfect fit for her," their source says. "Paris is artistically gifted, and going to a school with others like her could be the perfect solution."

Given the artistic genius that her father was, it is no surprise that Paris would be gifted in that area.

We wish Paris the best, no matter what she decides to do.

**If you or anyone you know is experiencing suicidal thoughts, please call the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-8255**

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