Paris Jackson may be headed to a facility for long-term psychiatric treatment after her recent suicide attempt, People reports.
Jackson, 15, will remain in the psychiatric facility at the UCLA Medical Center for "at least another week," a source tells People, but her family members — including her biological mother Debbie Rowe and grandmother/legal co-guardian Katherine Jackson — are seeking to get her longer-term care out of state. Katherine Jackson is concerned that Paris had "fallen in with the wrong crowd" in Los Angeles, according to People.
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The long-term care facility will allow Jackson to attend both school and therapy sessions.
Jackson, the middle daughter of late pop icon Michael Jackson, was rushed to the hospital on June 5 after reportedly ingesting pills and cutting herself with a knife.