Louis Vuitton defends Michael Jackson-themed menswear show

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Paris Jackson denies reports she was hospitalized for an attempted suicide on Saturday.

In an update, TMZ said she "was just released from the hospital and she's under the care of her team".

"Leaving Neverland" is about dreams turned to nightmares, featuring twin accounts of Michael Jackson's alleged sexual predation that derive power and credibility from their strikingly similar parallels.

She also tweeted a lot of question marks, in apparent disbelief over what could be called fake news, with an unamused emoji.

The 20-year-old was rushed to hospital after EMS responded to a call to Paris' LA home at 7:30am, local time.

Jackson was transported to a hospital and is now in stable condition.

However, Jackson soon took to Twitter to rubbish these claims, sharing TMZ's report on Twitter by writing "fuck you you fucking liars", and responding "lies lies lies omg and more lies" to a since-deleted Tweet. The website updated their article a little while ago revealing Paris was sent home and is now under the care of her team.

The model tweeted recently it was "not my role" to defend her father's legacy, saying other family members were carrying the torch and she supports them.

Louis Vuitton faced backlash for its Jackson-inspired collection amid the controversy surrounding "Leaving Neverland", and now Abloh has issued a statement making his position clear.

Lawyer Emmanuel Ludot, who has previously successfully sued Jackson's doctor for causing distress to his fans by giving him the drugs that killed him, said the groups "want to discredit the accusations of pedophilia" that have long dogged the star.

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