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Paris Jackson Denied Access To Fancy Rehab Facility

Paris Jackson at an event in August 2012. (Photo by Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images)
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Paris Jackson was hospitalized last month after attempting to kill herself by cutting her wrists and swallowing mouthfuls of Motrin, and now, she's trying to move from UCLA to another center for care.

But according to TMZ, the center she wants to transfer to, a "top out-of-state facility," is denying her access because they're afraid of the paparazzi nightmare that will follow her. Without naming the location, they say that:

...the facility has turned thumbs down on the request, because honchos at the rehab place fear photogs will go crazy and take pictures of not only Paris but other patients at the facility.

Jezebel speculates that the rehab in question is Cirque Lodge, which, they note, would be ironic, since that location has hosted Lindsay Lohan, Kirsten Dunst and Mary Kate Olsen.

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But the Daily Beast recently noted that some CA rehab centers—specifically, those located in Malibu—have been cracking down on catering to the very famous, because their arrivals are attended by so much noise and attention:

Malibu residents and city officials centers are more scourge than remedy, flouting local laws with little oversight by the state—all under the guise of making wads of cash by drawing in more wealthy clients. And they’re ramping up a campaign to take back their quiet oasis. No more paparazzi, they say. No more traffic jams on dead-end streets. No more escaped patients wandering the streets.

Meanwhile, Paris' mother is standing behind her daughter. On June 29, Debbie Rowe tweeted: