Paris Jackson Sober After Secret Rehab Stint: ‘She’s Actually Gotten Clean’

Paris Jackson Sober After Rehab Recovery

After hitting rock bottom at the end of last year and checking into rehab, RadarOnline.com has learned exclusively Paris Jackson is now sober and on the road to full recovery!

“Paris has actually gotten clean for the time being,” a source exclusively told Radar.

As readers know, the troubled Jackson, 20, reportedly checked into rehab for drinking and mental health issues in mid-December, a claim Paris denied via Instagram in January. Michael‘s daughter has allegedly struggled with self-harm and drug problems in the past (claims Paris has also previously denied), and her rocker boyfriend Gabriel Glenn told family and friends she had to go to treatment once again.

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“Paris is coming up on 30 days off other substances,” the source added. She’s is getting a ton of support from Gabriel.”

Paris has previously spoken about her addictions, suicide attempts and depression. She seemed hit particularly hard by her father’s sudden and unexpected death in 2009 and was devastated once more by the 2018 death of her grandfather Joe Jackson, coupled with the cancer battle of biological mom Debbie Rowe.

Word of Paris’ recovery is welcome news for family members, and the famous daughter has even discussed possibly marrying Glenn. The Wallflowers rocker has told friends he feels especially responsible for keeping Paris out of any future trouble.

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“He doesn’t want anything to happen to her because then he knows he would be the one that the world would blame,” the source confessed.

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