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Paris Jackson, the daughter of music icon Michael Jackson, has denied an earlier report from TMZ that she was hospitalized Saturday for a suicide attempt.

Paris previously spoke out about the film, defending her father and maintaining his innocence, though she hadn't yet seen the documentary.

She also swore directly at TMZ in the same tweet.

She later responded directly to TMZ on Twitter, writing, "f-k you you f-king liars". She was brought to the hospital and put on an involuntary psychiatric hold.

In a statement given to People, a representative for Paris Jackson confirmed that while she did indeed receive medical attention, it was for a matter completely unrelated to what was first reported. "She is now resting at home and doing fine", the source says.

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The 20-year-old daughter of pop icon Michael launched a four-letter word tirade at United States entertainment website TMZ on her Twitter account on Saturday evening (UK time). But she also said that she stands by her cousin, Taj Jackson, who stood up for the deceased singer's reputation.

Paris Jackson clapped back at fans who shamed her for not coming out in defense of Michael Jackson after Leaving Neverland. Yet, she said it "isn't her role" to stick up for her dad.

"I'm just tryna get everyone to chill out and go with the flow, be mellow and think about the bigger picture", she added.

Since the documentary Leaving Neverland was released, Paris has been facing a lot of controversies and has been continually setting the record straight on social media.

"Leaving Neverland" is about dreams turned to nightmares, featuring twin accounts of Michael Jackson's alleged sexual predation that derive power and credibility from their strikingly similar parallels.