Oct 07, 2016 09:50 AM EDT
Paris Jackson Returns To Neverland Ranch Documentation: Michael Jackson's Daughter Shares Some Images of The Ranch
Paris Jackson, daughter of the late "King Of Pop," Michael Jackson, returned to Neverland Ranch. She even documented her return with some pictures on Instagram.
Paris shared a scenic shot of the of the main entrance to the 2,700-acre Los Olivos, California, property, which was originally by his late father. She captioned the image, "Felt so good to be home even for a little bit," US Magazine reported.
In another photo, she photographed herself with a llama. She captioned the image, "He was posing so hard," referring to a fury llama. The teen also shared a video of her and the llama.
Then the last picture she shared is a throwback photo of her and Macaulay Culkin goofing off for the camera.
Paris also shared a photo of herself and her boyfriend, Michael Snoddy, a musician. The two began dating in late March according to Entertainment Tonight. They have sharing such adventures on social media including this photo.
The Neverland Ranch was owned by Michael, and it is currently selling in the market for $100 million.
When Michael was alive, Paris and her brothers, Michael "Prince" Jackson, now 19 and Prince "Blanket" Jackson(14), were kept out of limelight, according to the source. Paris had an issue with balancing her privacy with public persona.
In September she posted (but deleted soon) a video that hit back at online bullies.
Michael bought the 2,700-acre ranch in Los Olivos, California, way back in 1987 for $19.5 million. He turned the ranch into a Peter Pan-inspired amusement park. The property has six-bedroom mansion as the centerpiece, according to Today.
In 2005, the ranch became controversial as it was reported as a site of child molestation accusations against the late "King of Pop." He was charged, but later on, he was acquitted.
Colony Capital bought the property for $22.5 million from Jackson before Michael died in 2009. The singer was reported in default on a loan in that time.
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