Paris Jackson 'so alone,' grandmother Katherine not providing enough support, says insider

paris-jackson-so-alone-future.jpgParis Jackson, daughter of the late King of Pop Michael Jackson, attempted suicide earlier this week, just another sad chapter in the lives of the Jackson family. Now People is reporting that Paris' future is kind of in limbo right now.

Paris' grandmother Katherine Jackson, co-guardian cousin TJ Jackson and biological mother Debbie Rowe are reportedly planning to meet soon to "come up with a plan" for Paris, says a source close to the family.

"Paris loves her grandmother but feels that Katherine can't provide for her emotional needs. She and Katherine are close, but it just isn't working for Paris. That's why Paris has turned to Debbie Rowe. There is something missing in Paris's life. The family hasn't really taken this serious," says the source.

Another source says Michael's wrongful death trial is taking its toll on Katherine -- "She's not really capable of giving Paris all the support she needs. It's really sad. Paris is the girl who has everything, but the girl who has nothing. She's so alone."

The source close to the family adds, "She misses her father greatly. She was the center of Michael's world. And it's all different now. She's just one of many grandkids now."

TMZ adds that sources at the Buckley School in the San Fernando Valley, where Paris attends high school, say that the girl hasn't been doing well all year -- "she stopped caring."

The school also refutes the rumors that Paris was bullied at school and say that if she did say she was bullied, she was doing that to get attention.
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