Marilyn Manson To Paris Jackson: 'You Will Be On My Guest List Anytime You Want'
Goth rocker Marilyn Manson has reportedly invited Paris Jackson to his shows "anytime" after hearing her June 4 suicide attempt was partly because she wasn't being allowed to see him in concert.
TMZ reports that Manson sent them a message for the troubled teen: "I hope you feel better. You will be on my guest list anytime you want."
He's not the only one extending offers to Michael Jackson's daughter: Dennis Christen, a producer on the film she was previously cast in,Lundon's Bridge and the Three Keys, says they still want to work with her.
Us Weekly reports that Christen told them, "Paris is very important to us and we all love her deeply." The film is currently in pre-production and and Christen has no plans to recast the role. "Paris will do a delightful job in her role . . . She's been concentrating on developing her acting skills and is becoming a very proficient actor. We are confident that when we are ready to roll the cameras, she will be ready for the task," he told the magazine.
"We wish her the very best as she works through this difficult time," Christen added. "She knows that she has millions of fans out there that love her deeply and only want happiness for her."
Her acting was supposedly another point of contention with her aunt, Janet Jackson reportedly upset that such a project would violate Michael's wishes that his children "stay out of the limelight" until they turned 18. An "insider" told Us in 2011, "Janet thinks Paris should enjoy being a kid and possibly go to college."
Jackson is still hospitalized following a suicide attempt in which she is said to have taken a meat cleaver to her arm, swallowed pills, and then called a suicide hotline. She has been visited by her mother, Debbie Rowe, her grandmother, Katherine Jackson, and her aunt, LaToya Jackson, according to TMZ.
The family attorney released a statement the day after Paris's suicide attempt, saying "Paris is physically fine and is getting appropriate medical attention."
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