Paris Jackson, the daughter of the late Michael Jackson who attempted suicide last week, overdosed on 20 Motrin –the pill used to reduce fever and treat pain or inflammation caused by headaches and pains - as well as cutting her arm with a kitchen knife, according to the emergency call made from the Lost Hills Sheriff’s Department to the Los Angeles County Fire Department on June 5.

In the audio obtained by, the Sheriff’s Dept tells Fire officers that Paris is “awake and breathing” and that they are safe to enter the property in Calabasas. The call was made after Paris had herself contacted a suicide hotline. Eventually, Jackson was stretchered out of the family home and arrived at a nearby hospital sometime after 2am. She was placed on an involuntary psychiatric hold for 72 hours at a Children’s Hospital in Los Angeles before being moved to the UCLA Medical Center for further psychiatric evaluation – the same place her father Michael died 4 years ago.

Sources suggest Paris’ suicide attempt stemmed from her frayed relationship with family members including Grandmother Katherine Jackson. Her mother Debbie Rowe is apparently keen on the idea of becoming Paris’ guardian should the 15-year-old want to make a switch. A judge in the case has ordered an investigation into the welfare of Michael Jackson’s daughter. Debbie Rowe is yet to make a formal request to take Paris into her care.