The judge who made Katherine Jackson the guardian of Paris Jackson has ordered an investigation into the teenager’s attempted suicide in order to determine whether her welfare has been compromised.
Judge Mitchell Beckloff, who noted that he heard of the attempted suicide on the media, asked an investigator in the probate court where the guardianship was established to ‘prepare a written report and include therein any recommendations relating to the minor child’s health, education and welfare.’
And as for Paris (who is still under involuntary psychiatric hold), a decision has already been made that she will not return to the elite private school where she claimed that she was bullied. A family source reportedly told RadarOnline:
‘It has already been decided she wont be going back to the school she had been attending. Paris had been absolutely miserable at the school for a long time, and there is a clique of mean girls that had been bullying her.
‘It escalated after (new) child molestation claims were made public against her father, Michael. She has felt like an outsider for a long time. There is no way she could return there after the suicide attempt, Paris would be tormented all over again.’