Paris Jackson moves into Michael's old mansion with new boyfriend
Michael Jackson's daughter has reportedly moved into his old mansion in Los Angeles with her new boyfriend.
Paris Jackson and her beau Michael Snoddy have set up home in the late King of Pop's former abode in California, where he recorded hit songs 'Billie Jean' and 'Beat It', and have even adopted a pet pooch called Koa together.
A source told the New York Post newspaper: "Michael [Snoddy] quit his job around July and they moved into the house where Michael [Jackson] grew up. Now they're trying to do this happy family thing. They refer to themselves as a family a lot."
The mansion, called the Encino, was bought by the 18-year-old star's grandfather Joe Jackson at the height of the Jackson Five's success and Michael lived there until he moved into his famous Neverland Ranch in 1988.
However, since the 'Thriller' hitmaker tragically died in 2009 from acute drug intoxication, the house has been caught up in a bitter battle between his mother Katherine and his estate.
Up until she moved into the abode, Paris - who is thought to get an estimated $8-million-a-year allowance from the estate - had been living with Katherine and her half-brothers Michael Jr., 19, and 14-year-old Prince Michael - also known as Blanket - in a seven-bed mansion in Calabasas, California.
Meanwhile, the aspiring actress - who is still getting over the death of her beloved father - is seemingly on a mission to get close to the 'Man in the Mirror' singer as she recently got two tattoos in tribute of Michael.
Paris got a replica of her father's 'Dangerous' album cover which features Michael's eyes, a crown, elephants, monkeys and a peacock, etched into her flesh earlier this year, as well as the word 'Bad' in the same red font used by the 'Thriller' hitmaker on his album of the same name etched on her right hand.
Paris - who was just 11 years old when Michael died in June 2009 - had long spoken of her desire to have a tattoo tribute to her father, who was born on August 29, 1958.