PARIS REIGNITED BY JACKO DIARY
PARIS JACKSON vows to accomplish Dad Michael’s impossible dreams.
A NEWLY discovered diary belonging to the late King of Pop is giving Michael Jackson’s troubled daughter Paris a new lease on life!
Reports say Jackson spelled out his most cherished hopes and dreams in the secret journal shortly before he died of a drug overdose in June 2009.
Paris has read the diary, a source says, and the once-suicidal teen has decided to dedicate her life to making her father’s dreams come true.
“After Michael died, Paris tried to get involved at school and meet new friends,” a family source told The ENQUIRER.
“But nothing helped her get over her father’s death completely. Now, after reading his diary, she feels close to Michael, and she’s decided to fulfill the dreams that he wrote about in it.
“She’s going to work with (her brothers) Prince and Blanket to accomplish what Michael couldn’t.”
In the diary, Jackson wrote that he wanted Broadway producers to develop a play about his life so he could become the “first multibillionaire entertainer-actor-director.”
The eccentric superstar also wrote that he admired the song and dance stars of Hollywood’s golden age, including Fred Astaire and Gene Kelly, and wanted to emulate their success.
“Michael also wrote about launching a line of merchandise, including cookies and sodas,” added the source. “Paris says she’s going to start listing her father’s favorite foods, and then decide what to pursue first.”
Focusing on her father’s dreams should be a welcome project for 15-year-old Paris.
As The ENQUIRER has reported, sources said “satanic” voices pushed her to slash her wrists and overdose on 20 Motrin painkiller pills on June 5 in a misguided bid to reunite with her beloved father.
Paris was rushed to West Hills Hospital and then moved to UCLA Medical Center and eventually spent more than a month in treatment there. In July, she was moved to a therapeutic boarding school in Utah, where she goes by the pseudonym “Frankie.”
Meanwhile, Jackson’s mother Katherine hopes to get the journal’s contents admitted into evidence in the clan’s ongoing $40 billion wrongful death lawsuit against concert promoter AEG Live, a source says.
The diary may help Jackson’s heirs win the suit because Michael wrote about wanting his personal physician, Dr. Conrad Murray, to administer the anesthetic propofol to help him sleep. The family accuses AEG Live of “negligence and breach of contract” in hiring and supervising Murray, who has been convicted of involuntary manslaughter in Jackson’s death.
The source said: “Michael’s diary is not only giving Paris a new lease on life, but if it’s introduced as evidence in court, she and her brothers may end up richer than God.”