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Paris Jackson 'doesn't feel like she has a life,' Debbie Rowe tells court

By KATE STANTON, UPI.com
Paris Jackson 'doesn't feel like she has a life,' Debbie Rowe tells court
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Debbie Rowe had a Los Angeles jury "hanging on every word" of her second day of testimony as a witness in Michael Jackson's wrongful death trial. In particular, the 54-year-old opened up about the recent suicide attempt of Paris, Rowe's biological daughter with Michael.

When asked how the 15-year-old was coping with her father's death in 2009, Rowe broke down in tears.

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"Their father is dead," Rowe told the courtroom. "I almost lost my daughter! She is devastated. She tried to kill herself. She is devastated. She has no life. She doesn't feel she has a life anymore."

Rowe was summoned to the court by concert promoter AEG, which is being sued by Katherine Jackson for hiring Dr. Conrad Murray, the doctor who prescribed the legendary singer with the drugs that killed him.

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