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No two tabloids can agree what caused Paris Jackson to attempt suicide. They do all agree that it was not the first time. Some of the tabloids say it was bullying at school and others say there were fights between Prince and Paris which had turned into a feud because of their mother. Other stories have said she did not want to testify in the wrongful death trial or that she is still upset about her grandmother being kidnapped last year. The reason none of the tabloids can agree what caused it all is because they all are calling their Jackson family contacts and each of those family members is perfectly willing to sell a story and will make sure it is different so that way all the tabloids can scream exclusive. There have been at least six different explanations and as long as the tabloids continue to pay and find a new family member there will continue to be even more explanations.
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