Paris Jackson “Secret Surgery” Claim Is Fake News

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Paris Jackson Secret Surgery

By Holly Nicol |

Paris Jackson Secret Surgery

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Paris Jackson did not have “secret surgery,” despite a manufactured report. Gossip Cop can bust this claim. We’re told it’s “false.”

“Secret Surgery? Paris Jackson Looks Totally Different & It’s Not Just Her Dye Job,” reads a headline from OK!, which claims the star is doing “whatever it takes” to achieve “supermodel status.” A so-called “source” tells the outlet that Jackson, who allegedly hired a team to “overhaul her at a cost of $20,000 a month,” is into “lasers and injectables” to ensure she looks the part as a “catwalk queen.”

Gossip Cop, however, already corrected this seemingly made-up report when Star made the same bogus claim in April. The often disproven magazine falsely alleged Jackson was attempting to buy her way into a modeling career, but a trustworthy source close to the star assured us the story was entirely inaccurate.

Evidently, OK! completely ignored the falsity of its sister tabloid’s report, regurgitating old quotes and incorporating a new and ridiculous angle about Jackson having surgery to increase her chances of becoming a successful model. Regardless, Gossip Cop looked into the outlet’s latest spin, and another reputable source close to the situation tells us it’s simply “false.”

Naturally, we’re not surprised by the outlet’s fictional report. In January, Gossip Cop called out the magazine for falsely alleging Jackson was engaged. Much like that unfounded article, this latest one is equally fabricated.

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