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Paris Jackson tweets: 'Grandma's here!'

After days of worrying, Paris Jackson and her siblings can finally rest.

At about 3 a.m. Thursday, the 14-year-old daughter of Michael Jackson tweeted, "grandma's here! #thankyougod <33."

Hours later, she tweeted, "5 hours of sleep last night, been awake for 23 haha goodnight everybody<33."

The tweets came after family members reported over the weekend that Katherine Jackson, Michael Jackson's mother, was missing. Los Angeles County sheriff's authorities and other members of the Jackson family have said she was out of state with family members.

While her grandmother was away, Paris Jackson remained vocal about the separation.

"8 days and counting. something is really off, this isn't like her at all ..." she tweeted Monday. "i wanna talk directly to my grandmother!!<|3"

On Tuesday morning, she tweeted again: "9 days and counting ... so help me god i will make whoever did this pay."

The relatives involved in arranging Katherine Jackson's out-of-state trip -- her sons Randy and Jermaine and daughters Janet and Rebbie -- were not in court Wednesday when a Los Angeles judge transferred her custody of the late pop icon's three children to a cousin after hearing allegations that Katherine Jackson was being "held against her will."

Katherine Jackson had denied allegations that she had been kidnapped, saying she was "good and fine." However, some family members speculate that she was kidnapped in a bid to enlist her in a fight over Michael Jackson's fortune.

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-- Melissa Leu
twitter.com/MelissaLeu

 
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