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And in the end, as the charismatic, beautiful daughter of one of the most famous men who ever lived, what choice did she have?She is, for now, a model, an actress, a work in progress.

In June 2013, drowning in depression and a drug addiction, she tried to kill herself at age 15, slashing her wrist and downing 20 Motrin pills.

"It was just self-hatred," she says, "low self-esteem, thinking that I couldn't do anything right, not thinking I was worthy of living anymore." She had been self-harming, cutting herself, managing to conceal it from her family.

"Plenty of people think I'm ugly, and plenty of people don't. Or am I going to make it bigger and use it for more important things?

But there's a moment when I'm modeling where I forget about my self-esteem issues and focus on what the photographer's telling me – and I feel pretty. Poor Earth, man"), and sees fame as a means to draw attention to favored causes. "At the moment, Paris lives in the private studio where her dad demoed "Beat It." The Tudor-style main house in the now-empty Jackson family compound in the L. neighborhood of Encino – purchased by Joe Jackson in 1971 with some of the Jackson 5's first Motown royalties, and rebuilt by Michael in the Eighties – is under renovation.

When they met, he had an ill-considered, now-covered Confederate flag tattoo that raised understandable doubts among the Jacksons.

"But the more I actually got to know him," says Prince, "he's a really cool guy." Paris took a quick stab at community college after graduating high school – a year early – in 2015, but wasn't feeling it.

"But I don't think that our Founding Fathers predicted social media when they created all of these amendments and stuff."There was another trauma that she's never mentioned in public. And I was also dealing with my depression and my anxiety without any help." Her father, she says, also struggled with depression, and she was prescribed the same antidepressants he once took, though she's no longer on any psych meds.

When she was 14, a much older "complete stranger" sexually assaulted her, she says. But it was not a good experience at all, and it was really hard for me, and, at the time, I didn't tell anybody." After her last suicide attempt, she spent sophomore year and half of junior year at a therapeutic school in Utah. "I'm a completely different person." Before, she says with a small smile, "I was crazy. Now sober and happier than she's ever been, with menthol cigarettes her main remaining vice, Paris moved out of her grandma Katherine's house shortly after her 18th birthday, heading to the old Jackson family estate.

She can, when she feels like it, exhibit a regal poise that's almost intimidating, while remaining chill enough to become pals with her giant-goateed tattoo artist.

She has impeccable manners – you might guess that she was raised well.

She didn't fit in – at all – and started hanging out with the only kids who accepted her, "a lot of older people doing a lot of crazy things," she says.

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