Paris Jackson will tour with the concert producer who is suing her family for her father Michael’s death.

Paris Jackson, 23, is following in her father’s footsteps, though perhaps not in the ways her family wanted.

According to TMZ, Michael Jackson’s only daughter has announced her debut tour, which would be promoted by AEG, the same production company that put on her father’s last and final tour.

After the King of Pop died of a drug overdose in 2009 at the age of 50, the Jackson family sued the firm for wrongful death.

According to ABC News, Katherine Jackson, the international pop star’s mother, filed the case in 2010 for hiring Dr. Conrad Murray, who was convicted guilty of involuntary manslaughter and served less than two years of a four-year sentence in connection with the musician’s early death.

Jackson died on June 25, 2009 in his rented LA mansion. He had been rehearsing for a string of 50 AEG-backed shows scheduled for London. Paris Jackson was 11 years old when she lost her father.

The Jackson family lost their lawsuit against AEG several years later when the jury sided with the defense, deciding that Jackson’s death was ultimately due to his drug abuse and that the production company could not be held responsible for his health and habits.

Paris is due to begin touring with AEG this month, nearly a decade after the Jackson family attempted to blame the pop legend’s death on the corporation.

Paris released her debut album “Wilted” in November 2020 and followed it up with an EP called “The Lost” a few months later.

She just announced that she would embark on her debut tour, with her first stop being at the La Maroquinerie in Paris, France, on Saturday, March 5. The tour is being presented by AEG, according to the advertisements.

Following her solo performances, the musician will embark on a West Coast tour with singer-songwriter Patrick Droney later this month.

The Post was unable to contact a representative for Paris right away.

When Paris first began her musical career, she acknowledged her legendary father’s influence on Naomi Campbell’s YouTube series “No Filter.”

She credits her father’s music and his wide range of musical interests with guiding her own taste and sound.

rince Jackson and Paris Jackson pose at the opening night of "MJ" The Michael Jackson Musical at Neil Simon Theatre on February 01, 2022 in New York City.

“He enjoyed classical and jazz, as well as hip-hop and R&B, and obviously Motown,” she explained. “But he also liked Top 40 radio, and he liked rock, soft rock, and The Beatles.” So we grew up with all of that, and I feel like it inspires my work in some way. If you listen to my album, you’ll hear movie soundtrack influences like Hans Zimmer and Danny Elfman, as well as rock bands like Radiohead and Manchester Orchestra.”

Her father fostered a strong work ethic in all of his children, according to the rising star.

“It was all about making money when I was younger.” “We had to read five novels if we wanted five items from FAO Schwarz or Toys R Us,” she explained. “It’s about earning it, not just being entitled to certain things or thinking, ‘Oh, I earned this,'” says the author. It’s like toiling away for it, toiling away for it — it’s, it’s something altogether different. It’s a significant achievement.”

When asked if Paris was too renowned to come up for model auditions, Campbell responded that she is “a firm believer that I should earn everything.”

“I have to…,” she says. She continued, “I go to auditions, I work hard, I study scripts, and I do my thing.”

In recent years, the middle Jackson child has put in a lot of effort, producing new music, starring in major fashion commercials, and working with charities. While Paris may be seeking to strike out on her own, her father’s death will undoubtedly loom large over her debut tour with AEG.

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