TMZ reports they are aware of how the suicide attempt might significantly increase their insurance policy on the film, but they are willing to suck it up to have the 15-year-old in their movie.
A source connected to the project told TMZ, “There's a policy that we will have to buy now that we would not have had to buy prior to the incident. We're prepared to pay a large amount of money for the policy. Fortunately, we have a big budget.”
The film doesn’t begin shooting for another six months, so the producers feel Paris will be back on track by then.
As for Paris’ recovery, TMZ also reports that L.A. Superior Court Judge Mitchell Beckloff, who is overseeing the guardianship of Michael Jackson's three children, has ordered an investigator to "prepare a written report and include therein any recommendations relating to the minor child's health, education and welfare.”
Finally, RadarOnline.com reports she will not be returning to the private school where Paris was being bullied.
A family source told RadarOnline, “It has already been decided she won’t be going back to the school she had been attending. Paris had been absolutely miserable at the school for a long time, and there is a clique of mean girls that had been bullying her.”