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US Weekly – Paris Jackson: Classmates Cyber Bully Me

US Weekly – Paris Jackson: Classmates Cyber Bully Me By Zach Johnson Being one of the most famous teenagers in the world doesn’t guarantee popularity, as Paris Jackson can attest. The 14-year-old daughter of the late Michael Jackson appeared on Oprah’s Next Chapter Sunday, where she opened up about being bullied by her classmates at L.A.’s prestigious Buckley School. (Famous alums include Paris Hilton and Kim Kardashian, both 31.) “People try, but it doesn’t always work. [It happens] at school and some people try to cyber bully me,” Paris admitted. “They try to get to me with words, but that doesn’t really work.” Host Oprah Winfrey, 58, then asked if her classmates might be jealous, given her father’s legendary career. “I don’t know,” Paris said sheepishly. The aspiring actress is, however, happy to no longer be home-schooled. “It’s more normal. It’s more fun,” she said. “The social life has gotten better. I mean, there’s drama, but. . .” Paris also explained why she and her brothers, Prince, 15, and Blanket, 10, were forced to wear masks in public as children. “I was really confused. I didn’t get why I was wearing a mask,” Paris told Winfrey. “But I understand now why my dad would want our face to be covered. Like, when we went out without him, we wouldn’t be recognized, and we would have a normal childhood.” She added: “Our dad was a really normal father when he was with us. We would get grounded if we did something bad.” Like Michael, who passed away in June 2009 at age 50, Paris has her sights set on show...

ABC News – Paris Jackson on Her Dad, Bullies, Security Detail

ABC News – Paris Jackson on Her Dad, Bullies, Security Detail ABC News’ Paula Faris and Ross Eichenholz report: Three years after Michael Jackson’s death, his daughter Paris Jackson says she’s still coping with his loss but also dealing with grown-up problems like having a security detail and coping with bullying. “I just like, remember something, and I smile,” she told Oprah Winfrey in the interview which aired on “Oprah’s Next Chapter” Sunday night. The 14-year-old invited Winfrey into her home and her life, and in many ways, she’s like any other teenager. She’s switched from homeschooling to attend high school, hangs out with friends and reveals that she has even dealt with bullying. “People have tried [to bully], but it doesn’t always work,” she said. “At school and some people try to cyber bully me. They try to get to me with words, but that doesn’t really work.” When asked by Winfrey if she thought her peers were jealous, Paris said: “Maybe, I don’t know.” Jackson’s daughter first entered the spotlight after the King of Pop’s death in June 2009, stepping up to the microphone at his memorial service and sharing her grief with the world. “I just wanted to say, ever since I was born, Daddy has been the best father you could ever imagine,” the then 11-year-old said as tears welled in her eyes and brothers Michael Joseph Jr., and Prince Michael II, looked on. ”And I just wanted to say, I love him so much.” Since then, life for Michael Jackson’s daughter has been anything but ordinary. Because of the paparazzi and the public’s interest...

Ellen Find Out More About ‘Lundon’s Bridge and the Three Keys’

Ellen Show Promotion Paris Jackson has been cast in the lead role of the film version of Dennis Christen’s book “Lundon’s Bridge and the Three Keys,” which begins shooting in January. The theme of the film is saving the planet, a cause close to her father Michael’s heart. Paris was drawn to this role as a way to continue her father’s legacy, and she was here to talk about that and the film. The book takes place in the war between the land and the sea. Ancient sea-magic turns a dolphin into a human, an evil spell changes a teenage boy into a dragonfly, and a once good and loving jellyfish queen becomes an evil fairy godmother. This modern-day adventure forces an unsuspecting family to become the weapon to fight the war that rages on the land and under the sea. Dennis Christen, author of the book, is a film producer, an award-winning director, a writer and an actor. He has acted in over 640 episodic television shows, miniseries, movies of the week and feature films, which took him to 12 different countries. He wrote, starred in, and produced the award-winning feature film “Soldiers of Innocence.” The film was nominated for two Grand Bell Awards and won the Best New Director. 50% of all proceeds from the film and book will go directly into schools across the country. You can buy the book at Lundons.com....

Larry King Live

Paris Jackson In ‘Lundon’s Bridge’: Joins Larry King, Joey Fatone & Ted Lange Just give them the Screen Actors’ Guild Award for Best Ensemble Cast now. Michael Jackson’s daughter Paris has earned her first motion picture role, taking on the part of Lundon O’Malley in the upcoming big screen fantasy “Lundon’s Bridge and the Three Keys.” The thirteen year old joins a cast that already includes Larry King, his wife Shawn King, “Love Boat” star Ted Lange and Joey Fatone, amongst others. The film is based on author Dennis H. Christen’s novel of the same name, about an ancient sea wizardry that shifts people between species, with a dolphin becoming a human, a jellyfish turning to an evil fairy godmother and a teenage boy into a dragonfly. King featured the book on his show in 2009, as 50% of the profit from book sold raises money for US schools....