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More details are emerging from Paris Jackson's hospitalization and what happened leading up to it on Wednesday.

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More details are emerging from Paris Jackson's hospitalization, and what happened leading up to it, on Wednesday.

TMZreports that the teen took "a large number of Motrin pills" and cut herself with a "meat cleaver." The site says Michael Jackson's daughter called a "suicide hotline" and left a "suicide note."

People.comoffers a slightly less dramatic picture of the scene, but confirms that Jackson, 15, "cut her wrists with a kitchen knife and took as many as 20 ibuprofen tablets."

The Jackson family, in statement from lawyers, has asked for "privacy." Katherine Jackson's lawyer said Paris "is physically fine" now and is "getting appropriate medical attention."

La Toya Jackson toldETthat the family requests privacy while as they handle "these issues together." Paris' brother, Prince Michael, 16, has canceled an appearance on German television to be by Paris' side, reportsPeople.

Meanwhile, in addition to Beatles tune tweets and other messages shared on her Twitter feed, Paris also talked to fans this past week in a 20-minute video posted onYouTubeon May 31. It shows Jackson in what she describes as her bedroom playfully demonstrating how she applies her makeup.

"Hello, face that is rarely ever seen in public without makeup," she says at the start. She goes through foundation, eyeliner and eyeshadow, all the time chatting and sharing random fun facts, including that she has watched the filmTangledthree "times a week" in the last year, and, as a child, she says, she "has this fantasy" that she was "going to marry a cowboy."

She makes goofy faces, plays air guitar and and says, "I need serious help. I am crazy!"

Paris wrote on Twitter that she doesn't know how the video ended up on YouTube.

"I hope you guys liked it tho and didn't think i'm too crazy," she wrote. "i get weird when i'm not around people lol."

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