The late Michael Jackson's daughter, Paris, was rushed to the hospital after having tried to commit suicide and cutting herself on Wednesday morning, according to TMZ.
The 15-year-old was taken on a stretcher from her Calabasas, Calif. home around 2 a.m. and taken by ambulance to a nearby hospital, they reported. An unidentified person called 911 to report that Jackson had suffered an overdose though a source close to the emergency response said she had multiple cuts on her wrists.
A source connected to Jackson's family told the celebrity news site that Jackson has "tried this [a possible suicide attempt] in the past" but "this was far more serious. It was not a cry for help."
As of now, Jackson is doing okay.
In related news, Jackson had just showed fans how she puts together her most memorable makeup looks in a new viral video.
As one of the "King of Pop's" children, Jackson likes to experiment with what goes on her face. She starts out in the clip with an all natural no-makeup look, saying that it might be shocking for many people who have wondered what she looked like with a bare, naked face.
The music lover, who rarely goes out in public without makeup, uses Maybelline New York dream liquid mousse airbrush finish as a foundation and conditioner. It covers up her self-confessed facial rediness and acne.
She shows off her witty side while rubbing the product on her face and neck, saying that those people with bangs should not worry about blending the finish on their skin.
If you're wondering what else Jackson uses, Neutrogena blush and bronzer are on her list. And though she takes to the internet to show off her daily makeup application routine, it was a mystery just how the clip ended up on YouTube.
Jackson tweeted this comment in reference to it.
just a heads up to those who have seen the makeup video , i really don't know how that got onto youtube haha i actually don't have a account— Paris Jacksoη (@ParisJackson) June 1, 2013
Check her out in the tutorial below!
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