Fears for Paris Jackson as Video Shows Her Dancing on Skyscraper Ledge: 'She's Lost It'
Jackson has been open about her mental health struggles.
Disturbing video of Paris Jackson reportedly has family members concerned as she's seen dancing on the ledge of a skyscraper.
In the video, the 20-year-old daughter of the late Michael Jackson skips, dances and at one point nearly loses her balance.
"I almost died," read a caption on the video that she shared on social media.
Relatives are reportedly comparing the video to a 2002 incident in which her father dangled his son, Blanket, over a hotel balcony in Berlin.
“But this is worse than that because I still think Michael had control of Blanket and they weren’t nearly as high up as Paris is in this video,” a Jackson relative told Page Six. "She’s lost it. She really has."
On Monday, Paris Jackson hit back at the unnamed relative on Instagram.
"So apparently people think I’m about to die," she said, referencing the report. "My therapist texted me about it laughing though, so that’s good. So I guess to the family members that are talking to all of these news outlets saying they’re worried for me: When is the last time you called me?"
In the controversial video, Paris can be seen hanging out with model Cara Delevingne, and some friends before heading out to the balcony.
"Everyone saw that video, and even though we all knew that she’s now OK, watching it was so traumatic that nobody wants to show it to either Katherine or Joe," the unnamed relative told Page Six.
According to the relative, there are no plans at the moment for an intervention with Paris.
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