Paris Jackson suffers from PTSD from paparazzi

Paris Jackson attends the Versace Fall 2019 Fashion Show at American Stock Exchange Building in Lower Manhattan on December 02, 2018 in New York City.

Paris Jackson has spoken candidly about her long-term anxiety and the trauma of being Michael Jackson’s daughter. As you might expect, she has been constantly surrounded by paparazzi since she was a child.

Through NBC News, she chatted with her friend and Red table host Willow Smith in an upcoming episode in which she experiences “auditory hallucinations at times with camera clicks and severe paranoia and has been in therapy for a lot of things, but that included,” Jackson said. “I will hear a trash bag rustle and shake in panic.” “

She added, “I think it’s standard PTSD.”

During the show’s introduction, Smith, 20, says she met Jackson on the set of mom Jada Pinkett Smith’s 2009 TV show. Hawthorn. Smith and Jackson quickly bonded growing up with parents in the limelight and a shared love for music, modeling, and issues like mental health, sexuality, and body image.

Jackson says she maintains some privacy by asking people in her household to sign nondisclosure agreements.

Jackson, 23, told Smith there were tensions within her extended family over her sexuality, so she leans on her brothers Prince and Prince Michael II and her longtime friend Omer Bhatti to support it.

“They’ve always been a great support,” she told Willow, noting that to better connect with her sister, Prince Jackson, 24, joined an LGBTQ + youth club and ally in high school. “Not many people can say that they have siblings supporting them like this.”

According to NBC News, in 2020, Paris Jackson and her then-boyfriend Gabriel Glenn had a documentary series on Facebook Watch called “Unfiltered,” which provided insight into her private life. Jackson revealed self-harm and suicide attempts in his testimonies and said music was a way to channel his pain. The former couple created the acoustic duo The Soundflowers and Paris released their first solo album. faded last november. Not to compare her to the late king of pop, but her album has been dubbed as “between the folk pop of her previous releases with The Soundflowers and the bewildering alternative rock icon she could become” by NME.

The episode of Red table talk airs on Facebook Watch tomorrow (June 16) at 12:00 p.m. EDT.

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