Last week, Demi Lovato was hospitalized after an overdose. This came just weeks after she admitted to relapsing after six years of sobriety.
This was reportedly a huge wake-up call to Paris Jackson, whose behavior has apparently been a source of concern for those who love her.
Is Paris planning on checking into rehab before something like this happens to her?
According to RadarOnline's report, Demi's overdose shocked Paris Jackson into questioning her habits.
"Demi almost died," a source tells RadarOnline. "And that was a big trigger for Paris to get healthy."
Paris is very much into natural, healthy eating, but this insider alleges that she may have a lingering problem with certain substances.
"She was concerned about Demi" after Demi admitted to relapsing after having remained sober for so long, the insider says.
Paris was worried then, the source describes, "and in shock when she heard the news" that Demi was in the hospital.
Paris was troubled as a teenager -- which is more than understandable after having lost her father at the tender age of 11.
She was hospitalized after a suicide attempt in her early teens, and had to enter rehab just a couple of years later.
According to the source, Paris sees Demi's incident as a reminder of what could happen to her.
"She feels her problem could get bigger," the insider claims.
Paris reportedly worries that her issues could worsen "if not dealt with appropriately."
Just a month ago, Paris was mourning the death of her grandfather.
"Paris has refused to talk to her family," in the aftermath of his passing, the source claims.
“She was embarrassed and saddened," the insider reports. "That more wasn’t done for her grandfather when he died."
She was with him towards the end, holding his hand in the hospital bed.
The source says that Paris' frustration with her family mounted "and she had enough."
One report claims that Paris appeared to be both high on marijuana and perhaps even intoxicated when she picked up some items from a Calabasas compound.
"She was stumbling a bit and clearly high or drunk," the insider claimed.
That could be worrisome, if true. Though as those who have lost family members can tell you, not uncommon in the weeks following a sudden family death.
Different people cope in different ways.
Apparently Paris' family fears that "her friends aren’t good for her and they take advantage of her."
"At the end of the day,” the source predicts, “Paris will have a breakdown and it won’t be good for anyone unless she goes back to rehab."
Honestly? It sounds like a lot of this is speculation, or perhaps an attempt to urge her to seek help.
If the report that Paris is planning ot enter rehab is true, it doesn't look like she's there yet -- or, if she is, it's one of those very rare rehabs that allows you to remain active on social media.
As of Tuesday morning, Paris is still active on Twitter.
Truth be told, it's easy to confuse someone coping with a family tragedy for a few weeks with someone with a serious substance abuse problem.
We sincerely hope that Paris is doing just fine.