Paris Jackson is continuing to make public appearances following her medical emergency, but made a possibly bigger statement when she showed up for her lifelong friend, and Michael Jackson defender, Macaulay Culkin.
20-year-old Paris arrived Tuesday night at Largo in West Hollywood for Culkin's "Bunny Ears" podcast, which also featured special guest, Weird Al Yankovic.
Donning her own pair of pink bunny ears, Paris was greeted by a throng of photographers, but she remained silent. She has been out every night since her apparent suicide attempt over the weekend, and has adamantly refuted the severity of the incident.
Culkin has not made any comments about the Michael Jackson documentary, "Leaving Neverland," even though he is heavily discussed throughout the film as an alleged relationship replacement for Wade Robson.
The "Home Alone" star, who is also Paris' Godfather, has previously denied anything inappropriate occurred with MJ and even testified as a key witness for the defense during the star's 2005 child molestation trial.
Sources close to the Jackson family tell The Blast "Leaving Neverland" has been very hard on the King of Pop's three children. In regards to the documentary, Paris has said it's "not my role" to defend MJ, and "my father handled his trials and tribulations with grace, peace, and love. it’s a more effective way of life. i suggest we all take that as an example."