Paris Jackson opens up about past suicide attempts in a conversation with Willow Smith

In an interview with Willow Smith on her mom Jada Pinkett-Smith's Facebook Watch series Red Table Talk, the 23-year-old daughter of the late Michael Jackson opened up about healing after suffering from years of trauma and after surviving past multiple suicide attempts. "A lot of people do feel regret when they try to attempt suicide. Like a last-minute regret. There have been times when I did; there have been times when I didn't. Where I was upset it didn't work," Paris said on the episode said. "But I can say several years later that I'm like really grateful that I didn't. Things have gotten better." Paris also talked about her personal struggles as an adolescent, when she was a victim of cyberbullying. "It was really hard. And people told me to kill myself every day. And I was depressed." Paris' personal struggles were heavily reported in the press. In June 2013, at age 15, Paris was hospitalised after a suicide attempt, which she would reveal years later was the latest of several.