But the daughter of the late Michael Jackson eventually made her Instagram account public again, only to be harassed by online haters once more.
'When I was 14 I got so much hatred that I tried to kill myself,' the 18-year-old beauty sobbed in an Instagram video yesterday, which has since been deleted.
'And then I took a two-year break from social media and people asked me to come back, to make my Instagram public again. So I did and nothing changed.'
'I don't understand how there can be so much hatred in the world right now,' she began.
'I've tried sticking up for myself, I've tried the whole, blocking the haters thing, not reading the comments,' she cried. 'I've tried, I've tried a lot of things, ignoring it, but it's hard. It is, when there's so much of it.'
Paris continued: 'And I don't get why I'm such an easy target. I try to be nice to everybody that I meet. I give everyone a chance. I'm usually a very trusting person.'
She spoke directly to her social media fans and followers.
'I try to be open with you guys about what I do on a daily basis, I share my life with you, I don't hide a lot, I'm very public.'
'So I'm sorry if there's something that I'm doing that you guys don't like. Maybe I'm too public? I don't know,' she conceded.
'I'm just tired of it, I'm just really, really tired.'
And although Paris seemed devastatingly upset, comments on her recent social media posts expressed overwhelming support and love for the star.
One Instagram follower with the username m_unapazza_97_j wrote: 'I want you to remember every moment that we will always love and support you, and that we don't search you and appreciate just because you're Michael Jackson's daughter but especially because we love the real you.'
'@parisjackson when there are a few haters of jealous or what ever, you have to know that there are many people loves you and they want to you to stay strong and keeping your Instagram public,' wrote abdullah_qarous.