Though Paris Jackson has denied all reports that she was hospitalized following a suicide attempt over the March 15 weekend, that hasn’t stopped some of the star’s friends and family from worrying about her. And a new social media post isn’t making them feel any better. During the early morning on Tuesday, March 26 — 4:20 a.m. to be precise — the model posted a video of herself on her Instagram Story as she attempting to light her bong and take a hit. Recently, Paris has been posting a lot about pot (like, a lot), and though it’s not out of character, it seems to go beyond what’s normal for the star.

“Paris’ family is still very worried about her well being and her acting out because of all the press surrounding her dad,” a source close told In Touch. And waking up at 4:20 a.m. — or staying up until 4:20 a.m. — just to smoke some pot certainly seems to be acting out. Of course, the star herself likely wouldn’t agree. She’s spoken about about her drug use before, including almost two weeks earlier when she took to Twitter to slam people talking about her.

“I smoke weed on my story ONE time and all of a sudden I’m a junkie meth alcoholic party raver that’s also secretly married and pregnant and may or may not have a penis,” she tweeted on March 14. “I have a job. And dogs. And a bedtime,” she continued, insisting it wasn’t a problem. But she’s also made a habit lately of encouraging people around her to smoke. In regards to the allegations surrounding her father, Michael Jackson, and the Leaving Neverland documentary, she’s told her followers to “smoke some weed and mellow out.”

For the most part, though, she seems not to be worried about the rumors, whether they’re about her or her father. Since calling BS on the hospitalization reports, she’s stepped out for a casual date night with her boyfriend, hit up the premiere for The Dirt, and rocked bunny ears while out on the town. It seems like she’s followed her own advice to “smoke some weed” and “mellow out.”

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