While other teens cover their bedroom walls with photos of their favorite boy bands or Twilight hunks, Paris Jackson uses hers to pay tribute to her late, world-famous father.
On Monday, the 14-year-old tweeted a photo of the wall above her bed, which she covered in a collage of photos of Michael, who passed away at age 50 in 2009.
"A whole wall of his pics is the LEAST I could do," Jackson tweeted.
The teen seems to be settling back into life in Calabasas, Calif. with her grandma, Katherine Jackson, who returned home late last month following a bizarre family dispute.
Katherine, 82, took a trip to Arizona for some R&R, during which some of her children refused to tell Michael's three kids where she was.
"Katherine's kids took away her cellphone and she was kept out of touch," her lawyer Perry Sanders told Us Weekly. "It created chaos."
At the heart of the conflict is a bitter battle for control over Michael's estate, led by his sister Janet Jackson.
While their grandmother was still M.I.A., the children's cousin TJ, 34, was appointed temporary guardianship. The move was "to protect them all from this mess," an insider explained.
When Katherine finally returned home, the three kids were shocked to hear what the family matriarch had to say about her absence.
"I realized how badly she was lied to," Paris' older brother Prince tweeted. "I'm really angry and hurt."