- 5 updates
Audio released by emergency services in the United States reveals that Michael Jackson's 15-year-old daughter, Paris, had taken an overdose and cut her arm with a kitchen knife when they were called.
The details come in transmissions between dispatchers for the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department and the LA Fire Department.
The call on June 5th describes how the teenager had taken 20 Motrin pills but was conscious before she was taken to hospital.
Listen to the call:
Perry Sanders Jr, a lawyer for Paris Jackson's grandmother and guardian, has said she is physically fine and receiving medical treatment.
A lawyer for Paris Jackson's grandmother Katherine has issued the following statement:
The LA Fire Department has confirmed to NBC News that they responded to a call of a possible overdose at an address in Prada de la Felicidad, where Paris Jackson is believed to live.
Paris Jackson received "medical treatment" at her Los Angeles home today at 1.27am local time (9.27am BST), according to a statement from the sheriff's department.
She was then taken to hospital, the statement added.
The 15-year-old daughter of Michael Jackson has been taken to hospital in Los Angeles, family members told CNN.
Paris Jackson is "going to be OK" and it is unclear why she was taken to hospital, one source told the US network.