While people continue to search for more information that either validates or nullifies the initial report, many across the world are praying for Paris Jackson as they naturally conclude this is a hard time for her and her siblings.
However, Paris Jackson lashed out against this report on social media, saying "f-- you you f--ing liars".
Paris responded to a fan who said they were upset to hear that she had attempted suicide.
Sources told the outlet that paramedics were called to Jackson's home Saturday morning after she allegedly slit her wrists.
While TMZ is facing backlash from its initial report, People does note that a public information officer with the Los Angeles Police Department revealed that police were called to Jackson's address to respond to calls of an attempted suicide.
Flood warnings issued along Tittabawasse and Saginaw rivers for this weekenda
The highways were being reopened Friday, but the flooding situation wasn't improving as rapidly as the travel conditions. Since approximately 6:30 Tuesday morning, the Big Blue River has been at or above flood stage in Marshall County.
Ivanka Trump special treatment a national security RISK claims former prosecutor
Ward mentioned in what she called her "fact checking" stage was entirely false", Peter Mirijanian told ABC News on Tuesday. Cohn said: "Ivanka and Jared brought me into the administration".
Mercedes 0.8s clear in FP2 in Melbourne
It was a tricky second session for the inexperienced drivers, with Alexander Albon again making errors after his crash in FP1. Alfa Romeo's Kimi Raikkonen was fifth quickest - just 0.099secs behind his former Ferrari team-mate Vettel.
The model and actress at least once seemed to hint that she felt the documentary was "tabloids and lies".
An earlier tweet - bearing three rolling eyes emojis - seemingly also expressed her frustration at the article's claims. "She's now in stable condition".
"There's nothing I can say that hasn't already been said in regards to defense", Jackson wrote.
Family says it's due in large to the fallout from the documentary "Leaving Neverland".
"We find the allegations in the documentary deeply troubling", Louis Vuitton CEO Michael Burke said, adding that the firm is fully committed to advocating the cause of child welfare.