Paris Jackson has come a long way since her 2013 suicide attempt — and her late father, Michael Jackson has been helping her cope.
The 16-year-old has been making frequent visits to the late singer's Neverland Ranch— the controversial estate he abandoned after being acquitted of child molestation charges.
"She’s been there more than her siblings," a source told 'The National Enquirer.' “She reflects on how Michael would talk to her about not losing her innocence as a child, to not let people — even family — take advantage of her, and to always look after her brothers.”
Paris allegedly tried to commit suicide by overdosing on Motrin and cutting her wrists. At the time, grandmother Katherine Jackson sent her to therapeutic boarding school in Utah.
She planted a Zen garden on the estate and had her late father’s favorite image, a Peter Pan-esque figure sitting on a quarter moon, carved in the middle.
The insider states she “now uses the spot for peaceful reflection.”
Michael gave up control of the ranch to Colony Capitol in 2009. The investors are reportedly trying to sell the property for $75 million.
“More than anyone else, losing Neverland hurts Paris the most without a doubt,” the source adds.
“There are things up at Neverland that she insisted upon while she still has the access, and the garden was one of them.”