It's been one week since the television premiere of Leaving Neverland, a documentary about the child molestation allegations against pop legend Michael Jackson.
Friends and family of the late singer have compared the film to a "public lynching," but many are convinced that it leaves no doubt about Jackson's guilt.
And as much as the Jackson family may not like it, the controversy surrounding the film's allegations and new evidence shows no sign of slowing down.
Already, Jackson's music has been removed from the playlists of Canadian radio stations, and US stations will likely be soon to follow.
Last week, producers of The Simpsons announced that they will no longer air a formerly beloved episode featuring a voice cameo from Jackson.
One might expect that the situation would be tremendously difficult for Jackson's three children, but thus far, only his daughter Paris has addressed the matter publicly.
And her goal in doing so seemed to be to convey how unbothered she is by the shocking allegations against her father.
Insiders say Paris does not believe her father's accusers, a stance she seems to have indirectly confirmed with a series of tweets in which she regards the allegations as a comical nuisance.
“Y’all take my life more seriously than Ido. Calm yo tittaaaaysss [sic],” she wrote in response to an article about the abuse allegedly suffered by Wade Robson and James Safechuck.
She followed that up with an explanatory statement that many fans found distressingly flippant.
"I didn’t mean to offend by expressing that titties should be calm, I know injustices are frustrating and it’s easy to get worked up," she wrote on Instagram.
"But reacting with a calm mind usually is more logical than acting out of rage and also … it feels better to mellow out,” Paris continued.
“Smoke some weed n think about the bigger picture. Chillax my dudes.”
The model also posted a video in which she can be seen smoking from a bong.
Many were surprised by the video, as Paris checked into rehab for the second time in January of this year.
While her most recent stint was reportedly in response to emotional issues, Paris has struggled with addiction in the past and is currently a member of Alcoholics Anonymous, an organization that discourages the use of any mind-altering substances.
Insiders say Paris is worried that the Neverland controversy will derail her career, but thus far she seems to be receiving a good deal of support.
Unfortunately, much of it comes from conspiracy theorists who share Paris' suspicion that Michael is the victim of an elaborate frame-up.