Paris Jackson Ordered to 'Stay Still' in 911 Call Before Being Hospitalized For Suicide Attempt

Updated On 01 Apr, 2019 Published On

A 911 dispatcher had given Paris Jackson specific instructions ahead of her hospitalization for suicide attempt earlier this month.

In a newly released 911 call obtained, the presumed neighbor of the model, 20, discussed her situation with a dispatcher after being asked to call paramedics for Michael Jackson's daughter.

The dispatcher told the caller, "Have her stay still. Nothing to eat or drink."

Paris was hospitalized on March 16 after she allegedly attempted suicide in Los Angeles. TMZ claimed at the time that she had cut her wrists that led police to be called.

A spokesperson for the Los Angeles Police Department told Radar Online at the time,

We can confirm that an ambulance attended a suicide attempt … in Los Angeles earlier today. The victim was transported to a local hospital.

The Gringo star denied the suicide reports about her, replying to the TMZ's article, "f–k you you f–king liars."

Hours after her reported suicide attempt, she was spotted with her boyfriend, Gabriel Glenn. The couple watched a movie and had fast food at Universal Studios and they pair looked all smiling together at the time.

Following the hospitalization, an insider revealed that Paris was "encouraged by people very close to her to go to rehab."

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