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LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — A judge ruled Tuesday that Michael Jackson’s three children will remain with their current guardians despite the late singer’s daughter, Paris, attempting suicide.

Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Mitchell Beckloff had ordered an inquiry about the children’s well-being after the 15-year-old was hospitalized on June 5.

A court investigator interviewed Paris, as well as her brothers, Prince Michael Jackson II and Blanket, and found no changes were necessary.

The kids’ grandmother, Katherine, and cousin, TJ, both said they support the ruling for them to remain guardians.

Tuesday was the fourth anniversary of Michael Jackson’s death.

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