The 18-year-old aspiring actress has moved out of the home she shared with her grandmother Katherine Jackson and a number of other members of her extended family, and though it was previously reported she has moved into the late King of Pop's Encino mansion - where the 'Bad' singer lived until buying his famous Neverland ranch in 1988 - it has now emerged that building is being renovated so she has moved into the other property on the grounds of the estate instead.
According to TMZ, Paris' family had security concerns about where she moved to after expressing a desire to live alone, so it was suggested she use her father's old house.
She had to obtain permission from the trustees of Michael's estate, who quickly granted her request as she pointed out she effectively owns the property as part of her trust.
Though Paris' boyfriend Michael Snoddy is a regular visitor to the abode, he does not live there with her.
The mansion was bought by the teenage star's grandfather Joe Jackson at the height of the Jackson Five's success and Michael lived there until he moved into his famous Neverland Ranch in 1988.
However, since the 'Thriller' hitmaker tragically died in 2009 from acute drug intoxication, the house has been caught up in a bitter battle between his mother Katherine and his estate.
Up until she moved into the abode, Paris - who is thought to get an estimated $8-million-a-year allowance from the estate - had been living with Katherine, her brothers Prince, 19, and 14-year-old Blanket, and some of her cousins in a seven-bedroom mansion in Calabasas, California.
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