Paris Jackson insists that it is not her job to publicly defend her late father.
The 20-year-old star, the daughter of Michael Jackson, explained why she did not talk about a new HBO documentary, about which James Wade and Robeson claim that the "man in the mirror" abused both after they became friends Among them when they were children.
In response to the fan on Twitter on Thursday, Paris said: "There is nothing I can say that has not been said in the field of defense.
"Tug does a perfect job on his own and I support him, but it's not my job, I'm just trying to get everyone to cool and turn around, be soft and think about the bigger picture, that's me.
While Paris praised her cousin Tage Jackson, 45, for speaking about his uncle's defense and explaining her silence on the subject, she told another Chasida that she shared her father's "moral compass".
She commanded: "I have a moral compass like my father, but not the level of patience, I fight for love, not peace in the same way, but I am driven more aggressively, I do not sit idly by when I see injustices happen, Or my family. F ** k This noise (sic) "
Paris also hurt its critics and rejected the suggestion that it was out of control of drugs.
She wrote: "I smoke on my story once, and suddenly I'm a junkie of an alcoholic assassin, who is also secretly married and pregnant, maybe or not, I have a penis, I have work, and dogs.
In the documentary, "Ride Nirland," by Dan Reed, Wade, who testified under oath in Michael's 2005 child molestation case that the musician has never abused, claims he has hit the King of Pop King from the age of seven to 14. James, who testified in the past After Michael was charged with sexual abuse in 1993 – claimed that he abused from the age of 10 until he reached puberty.
The mansion Michael Jackson has hit back on the branding claims two accusers "perjurers" and "admitted liars".