Paris Jackson was transferred to UCLA Medical Center Saturday night, effectively ending the 5150 psychiatric hold that began after her suicide attempt.
That facility is the same one where her father, Michael Jackson, was pronounced dead four years ago this month following an acute Propofol overdose.
As you're likely aware by now, 15-year-old Jackson was rushed to the hospital early Wednesday after she allegedly cut her forearm with a meat cleaver.
A purported Paris Jackson suicide note was found at the scene, though it's unclear; the youngster is believed to have been battling major depression.
She was placed under a 5150 psychiatric hold, effectively keeping her at a local hospital regardless of her condition or desire to leave, for 72 hours.
That three-day period is now over, so the troubled teen was moved to UCLA Medical Center. TMZ photos showed Jackson being wheeled yesterday.
No word on her status, though the mood of her security team suggested that Jackson may be doing better after what can only be called a tragic week.
The Jackson family, of course, is no stranger to UCLA Medical Center, where Michael was taken after he went into cardiac arrest on June 25, 2009.
That's where he was pronounced dead, after Dr. Conrad Murray - who left Paris a bizarre pay phone "letter" this week - refused to call it at his home.
As for the King of Pop's daughter and her long-term prognosis, a custody judge has since ordered an investigation in a bid to ensure her well-being.