Three Years After Death of Michael Jackson, Daughter Paris Tries to Move On

Three Years After Death of Michael Jackson, Daughter Paris Tries to Move On

Paris Jackson is remembering her beloved father today—the third anniversary of his death—with a sweet message on Twitter:

"RIP Michael Jackson. Dad you will forever be in my heart. I love you."

Back in 2009, Paris moved the world to tears with her heartfelt tribute at the memorial service.

Now 14 years old, the pop idol's daughter is growing up fast. She was photographed this weekend on a date with a mystery boy. They went to the movies and saw Brave, the new Disney/Pixar movie. Paris even tweeted this review: "Brave was such a good movie. I didn't think it would be that awesome but I loved it!!!"

And it's a busy scene at Michael Jackson's graveside today. Security is tight at Forest Lawn Cemetery in Glendale, California, but fans are gathering to lay flowers at a makeshift memorial.

Meanwhile, we're learning what life is like behind bars for Dr. Conrad Murray, Jackson's physician who is serving a four-year jail sentence following his conviction for involuntary manslaughter.

Murray's girlfriend, Nicole Alvarez, who has a son with Murray and who testified at his trial, said, "I'm sure he's sad. He misses his friends."

She says Dr. Murray passes his days in jail reading. One of his favorites is The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.

"He's able to transport to all these places like Sweden, Afghanistan and Paris through his reading. He's able to go there instead of that horrible place," said Alvarez.

And would you believe, she claims Murray is a big hit with the other inmates at the Los Angeles County Jail.

"They love him. They love him in there. He's like, teaching them vocabulary words and giving them advice and becoming almost like a mentor," said Alvarez.