Marilyn Manson Tells Paris Jackson Come to a Show 'Anytime' After Suicide Attempt

Marilyn Manson, the goth industrial rocker, reached out to Paris Jackson Thursday after the teenager's suicide attempt. Jackson reportedly became upset and threw a tantrum because she was not allowed to attend one of Manson's concerts Tuesday night, and several hours later, she cut her wrists and took an large amount of pills.

Marilyn Manson told the 15-year-old through media outlets that she could come and attend any of his concerts as his personal guest "anytime." The 44-year-old reached out to her via celebrity entertainment website TMZ.

"I hope you feel better. You will be on my guest list anytime you want," Manson said through the site.

Paris Jackson, daughter of the late King of Pop Michael Jackson, was rushed to the hospital after sustaining cuts on her wrist and taking at least 20 Ibuprofen, according to People magazine. She reportedly used a meat cleaver to harm herself, but also called a suicide help hotline, so it is unknown if she meant to take her own life.

Paris has had "a lot going on [lately]," the teen's mother, Debbie Rowe, told ET Online.

The Jackson family lawyer said that the young girl has been affected greatly by the death of her father, and as a result should be granted privacy during her recovery.

"Being a sensitive 15-year-old is difficult no matter who you are," attorney Perry Sanders said in a written statement Wednesday. "It is especially difficult when you lose the person closest to you (her father). Paris is physically fine and is getting appropriate medical attention. Please respect her privacy and the family's privacy."

In the weeks leading up to the suicide attempt, Jackson had posted a number of disturbing tweets that revealed her emotional distress.

"I hate when people tell me to change … it's hurtful to know that someone you care about can't accept you the way you are," she wrote May 19.

"Can't satisfy anyone," she posted on the microblogging site several days later. "People suck."

"Yesterday, all my troubles seemed so far away now it looks as though they're here to stay," she wrote the day of her suicide attempt.