Paris Jackson has unveiled a shrine to her late father Michael Jackson which took her three hours to create.
Paris Jackson has created a shrine to her late father Michael Jackson.
The 14-year-old aspiring actress spent ''three effing hours'' creating a tribute to the King of Pop - who died of acute Propofol intoxication in June 2009 - from magazine and newspaper clippings and artwork because she is so proud of her father.
She tweeted a picture saying: ''my new wall **took me 3 effing hours** (sic)''
She later added: ''someone commented on my pic saying ''obsessed much?'' yeaa u better believe it ... a whole wall of his pics is the LEAST i could do #dedication (sic)''
Paris and her brothers Prince Michael, 15, and 'Blanket', 10, have been at the centre of family problems recently, with their grandmother Katherine temporarily losing guardianship of them after she went on an unannounced vacation to Arizona.
However, late last week she was reinstated as their co-guardian, sharing care duties with her grandson Tito Joe 'T.J.' Jackson.
Los Angeles court judge Judge Beckloff said: ''It's clear that the kids love Mrs. Jackson and they are very well taken care of. They also love TJ Jackson and Mrs. Jackson is doing a terrific job with the children.''
Katherine's attorney, Perry Sanders, told the judge: ''T.J. is very respectful to his grandmother and they have all worked well together.''
Perry recently said the decision to apply for joint custody has been reached in order to avoid a repeat of the drama of last week when accusations - including that Katherine had been kidnapped - were flying between warring family members.