Michael Jackson's daughter Paris attends Netflix's The Dirt premiere with boyfriend – two days after being forced to deny 'suicide attempt'

PARIS Jackson attended the premiere of The Dirt with her boyfriend Gabriel Glenn – two days after she was forced to deny "suicide attempt".

The daughter of Michael Jackson posed for photos on the red carpet of the Motley Crue biopic in Los Angeles last night, clad in a leather studded jacket and pulling a rock hand gesture.

Paris, 20, teamed her statement jacket with a matching black top and skinny jeans while she worked her hair into a loose wave.

The star's appearance comes days after she blasted reports that she attempted suicide over the weekend as a "direct response" to the recent child abuse allegations made against her father.

The actress tweeted "f***ing liars" in response to a TMZ report which claimed she tried to end her life at her Los Angeles home and was rushed to hospital at 7.30am on Saturday.

Paris has struggled with depression since her dad Michael's death in 2009 and reportedly attempted suicide back in 2013.

But the young star responded with anger to today's reports that police and emergency workers rushed to her home this morning.

She tweeted in response to TMZ's report: "F*** you you f***ing liars."

But later LA police told DailyMail.com there was a "suicide" call at the star's home.

A spokesman said: "At about 7.28 am officers responded for an ambulance attempted suicide. The victim was transported to a local hospital."

People has since reported that the young woman is "doing fine".

A source saying: "Paris had an accident this morning that required medical treatment. She is currently resting at home and doing fine."

Paris has been seen since the reported hospitalisation, telling reporters "I'm good".

She was wearing a "Puppies, Wine and I'm Fine" Jacket, with the word "wine" appeared to be deliberately covered over with tape.

She was later seen grabbing KFC and heading to the movies with her boyfriend Gabriel.

In documentary film Leaving Neverland, two former child companions of Michael Jackson allege the superstar singer groomed and raped them when they were children.

Last week, Paris said it's "not her role" to defend her controversial father.

The model wrote on Twitter: "There's nothing I can say that hasn't already been said in regards to defense."

She went on to add that she supports the Jackson family's long-standing efforts to clear his name.

Paris spoke out after being followed by paparazzi while she was in New Orleans on Thursday.

One fan suggested she was being hounded because people wanted to hear her views on the outrageous claims.

In response, she praised her second cousin Taj Jackson who is the face of the media campaign defending his uncle.

"Taj is doing a perfect job," said Paris. "I support him but that's not my role.

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

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