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Michael Jackson's Former Personal Chef On Paris Jackson: "She's Devastated" About Losing Her Father!

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The loss of her father hurt Paris Jackson a great amount.

But Michael Jackson's personal chef Kai Chase revealed in her testimony, during MJ's wrongful death trial, just how much his death affected Paris!

Here's what she said:

"Being daddy's little girl, Paris is devastated. She's devastated and lost. She's trying to find herself and find who she is. It's taking a lot of love and understanding to keep her together. She breaks down, she cries, she talks about him."

The chef also claims that Paris has not had any birthday celebrations since she turned 11 years old - around the time that MJ died.

Here's what she said:

"Paris hasn't had any birthdays since. She hasn't wanted to celebrate since."

Obviously losing a father is hard for anyone - whether you're 11-years-old or 60-years-old - but it sounds like Paris has been hardcore grieving for almost four years!

Which would exhaust anyone!!!

We hope Paris knows that she's not alone, and that if she's ever feeling unbearable feelings of angst - it might help to talk to someone about them!

Bottling up your feelings is almost never the answer!

We sincerely hope Paris is able to rise above this difficult period in her life.

Especially since she's got such a bright future ahead of her!

Check out the video (above) for more information on this story!

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One comment to “Michael Jackson's Former Personal Chef On Paris Jackson: "She's Devastated" About Losing Her Father!”

  1. bunkbot says – reply to this


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    I thought Jehovah's Witnesses don't celebrate brithdays, so is this really out of the norm for Paris?