Debbie Rowe is no longer fighting for custody of her daughter, Paris Jackson.
According to a new report, Debbie only filed against the Jackson family last April after the now 16-year-old tried to commit suicide in June 2013 — nearly four years after her father, Michael Jackson, died from cardiac arrest.
Paris and Debbie in May 2013.
“The only reason that Debbie wanted to get custody in the first place was because, as a mom, Debbie was so concerned about Paris’ health that she wanted to do anything she could to help,” the family insider says.
“But because Paris is doing so well now and she is getting along so great with Katherine, Debbie is no longer pursuing getting custody of her.”
Paris and her brothers, Prince, 17, and Blanket, 12, are under the co-guardianship of their grandmother, Katherine Jackson, 84, and cousin, T.J. Jackson, 36. (Debbie is also the biological mother of Prince; the identity of Blanket’s mother is unknown.)
Prince, Paris and Blanket with their grandmother Katherine in 2011.
Despite all the family drama, Debbie and Katherine are on good terms.
“[Debbie] has no issues with Katherine and is getting along quite well with her,” the insider says. “Debbie is also getting along great with Katherine and with Joe Jackson and the family has completely reconciled.”
‘Radar Online’ reported this story.