UPDATE: Paris Jackson's biological mother, Debbie Rowe, has made no attempt to claim custody of Paris, sources tell TMZ — but she's apparently willing to, if that's what Paris chooses. Those same sources say that it's a "likely" scenario that Paris will want to live with Debbie, given their recently rekindled relationship.
We hope whichever arrangement is chosen works out for the best.
Original Story, June 7, 3:27 p.m.:
Better safe than sorry, we suppose!
Amid rumors and reports this morning that child welfare services are investigating Michael Jackson's daughter Paris Jackson's home following her alleged attempted suicide, E! News has obtained a little confirmation: a court document ordering a report "addressing the status of the minor child, Paris Michael Katherine Jackson, and recent media reports concerning her welfare."
The order was issued by Judge Mitchell Beckloff of Los Angeles County Superior Court.
Meanwhile, an E! News source said that Paris's cousin (and co-guardian with Katherine Jackson) T.J. Jackson doesn't live with Paris and her brothers at the Jackson family home, visiting only about "two or three times a week." The source added that the Department of Children and Family Services visits the Jackson compound on a regular basis, but that's normal for a situation with a court-appointed guardian, as with Katherine and T.J. It's also routine for the DCFS to visit a home following a suicide attempt, says the source.
For what it's worth, the DCFS would not confirm the investigation to E!: "The Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services is legally prohibited from disclosing any case specific information regarding any of our clients, celebrity or otherwise. To confirm that a child or parent is involved in our system is a breach of confidentiality."
What do you think? Is this too much, or just enough?