“We give it like candy”: Paris Jackson warns against addictive drugs

Paris Jackson spoke about the danger of addictive drugs, prescribed according to her by too many doctors.

Paris Jackson experienced addiction and depression. It is thanks to her personal experience that the daughter of Michael Jackson can now express herself. Asked by LVR Magazine , the 23-year-old young woman has ranted against psychiatrists who, according to her, prescribe addictive drugs too easily, “like candy”. “There should be a better vetting process: before you take drugs — or something even more dangerous, like selling a gun — you should get checked,” she explained. “It’s important in all kinds of situations. It can be as simple as a job, or as complicated as a medicine or a weapon. Psychiatrists dispense addictive drugs like candy without really controlling the patient. There is no harm in checking”.

The shadow of his father

His father, who died in 2009 of cardiac arrest, was himself the victim of a deadly cocktail of drugs, prescribed by his doctor. Since then, the young woman who was then only a child, has also known dark periods made of addictions to drugs and alcohol, and periods of self-destruction. “I tried to kill myself several times. One of those times was made public,” she told Rolling Stone in 2017 about her 2013 suicide attempt. . In this interview, she said that she had in the past been prescribed the same antidepressants as her father.

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In 2020, in a series produced by her former companion and available on Facebook called “Unfiltered: Paris Jackson and Gabriel Glenn”, she added: “Yes, I tried to kill myself several times”.

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