Paris Jackson Interview: Michael Jackson’s Daughter Believes Her Father Is Murdered; Now Playing ‘Chess Game’ For Vengeance [VIDEO]

Michael Jackson's only daughter, Paris Jackson, is now a real grown-up and always called someone just like the late King of Pop. The 18-year-old star has nothing but good words for her father and she thinks his death is intentional.

In an interview with Rolling Stone, the sister of Prince Michael and Michael Joseph revealed all her thoughts with the death of their beloved father. She strongly believes that her dad is murdered because everything that happens all lead to someone wants the late hitmaker dead.

"It sounds like a total conspiracy theory and it sounds like bulls***, but all real fans and everybody in the family knows it. It was a setup. It was bulls***," she told the publication. When asked who wants to kill Michael Jackson, Paris Jackson paused for awhile and continued to say that a lot of people want her dad dead.

Hence, she wants to take vengeance or even just give her father justice for what happened to him. However, she considers it as a "chess game" that she is trying to play in the very right way to not destroy it. "And that's all I can say about that right now," she ended.

Paris Jackson recalled that Michael Jackson often told her that there are people out there wanting to get him. In fact, the singer-songwriter confessed that they are going to kill him one day. The same statement was even said by his former wife, Lisa Marie Presley, on Oprah that the Moonwalker feared for his life as there were some parties wanted him dead because of Sony/ATV music-publishing catalog.

Meanwhile, the young girl also confessed of the things that happened to her in the past like drug abused, multiple suicidal attempts and being sexually assaulted. She admitted that a "much older complete stranger" abused her when she was just 14 years old, Daily Mail reported.

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