It seems, in some ways, that Paris Jackson popped out of nowhere recently, lending her voice at the VMAs and taking over our social media feeds like wildfire. However, when you're part of the Jackson family, you end up with a bunch of strange rumors in your orbit. Paris claims up and down that the late Michael Jackson is her biological father in spite of her fair coloring. However, she's not one to shy away from conspiracy theories... especially when it comes to the possibility that her father was murdered.
"All arrows point to that," she told Rolling Stone in January. "It sounds like a total conspiracy theory and it sounds like bulls--t, but all real fans and everybody in the family knows it. It was a setup. It was bulls--t."
Dark. But what theories surround Paris herself? Though it may just be hearsay, here are a few strange rumors about Paris, her lineage, and (of course) the Illuminati.
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The first theory out there is that Debbie Rowe, who was married to Jackson from 1996 to 1999, is not the biological mother of Paris and her older brother 'Prince' Michael Joseph Jackson Jr.. Instead, it's suspected that she was merely a surrogate — and Paris and Michael were in vitro babies with neither her eggs nor Michael Jackson's sperm being used. While it's certainly true that, little brother Blanket Jackson was born via surrogate, we can't quite say the same for Paris. Though the latter cut off ties with her children following her divorce, it looks like the two are now building a normal relationship.
Riding that same train, if Paris was born via surrogate then there's at least one suspect of who her potential father would be. Actor Mark Lester has claimed, in a low-key fashion, that he is, in fact, Paris's actual father, the sperm donor in the equation. "I was just helping out a friend," he told the Daily Mail. I think he had a problem with actually doing the physical act of sex and a very low sperm count as well."
Yikes. Whatever the truth is, Paris denies that anyone but the King of Pop is her dad. "He is my father," she told Rolling Stone."He will always be my father. He never wasn't, and he never will not be. People that knew him really well say they see him in me, that it's almost scary."
This is where it gets weird.
In 2013 Paris went into psychiatric hold following a suicide attempt and following her release she allegedly sent out a series of tweets cryptically referencing a secret organization. "'It took me a while to figure who 'they' are in 'they don't care about us' but I found out like 3 years ago. RT if you know what I mean,'" reads one. Reportedly she also sent out a bunch of drawings on Instagram that were riddled with occult imagery and the Freemason symbol (the latter being associated with the Illuminati). She followed up with a tweet stating, "Guys The Drawings On Instagram Don't Mean That They Got Me, I'm Just Trying To Let (the) World Open Their Eyes And Realize What's Going On."
Now, real talk, in 2017, we can't even properly verify if this is at all real beyond the suicide attempt. There's little "reporting" on it, the main source is the conspiracy blog The Vigilant Citizen and the tweets were supposedly deleted. Even if it was true, it seems more likely to be the case of a young, troubled girl crying for help. Regardless, we think that only adds to the whole "theory" thing.
Also, it's still creepy AF. And it gets creepier.
So perhaps the young, bright girl got wise to who exactly orchestrated her father's death and then became the top girl on the Illuminati's hit list. They tried to cover it up and mask it as a suicide, sending her away. Uh, yeah, that's pretty terrifying.
We very much doubt this is the reality of the situation, though. For one thing, Paris has been subjected to cyber-bullying, and has just generally been in the middle of a non-stop media circus. She's also been open about her attempts on taking her life, and how she recovered while staying at a therapeutic boarding school in Utah.
"It was great for me," she said. "I'm a completely different person. But up to that point, I was actually crazy, I was going through a lot of, like, teen angst. And I was also dealing with my depression and my anxiety without any help."
We're very glad that she's in a much better place now. Unless, of course...
The whole Jackson family is synthetic, it's all in her eyes, guys, the devil is in her blue eyes.
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