Paris Jackson Calls Out Fake Instagram Account, Asks Fans to Help Shut It Down

Paris Jackson shut down marriage rumors
Paris Jackson shared a video in which she begged fans to help get a fake Instagram account using her name removed on Saturday, Oct 24 Araya Diaz/WireImage

Shutting it down. Paris Jackson begged fans on Saturday, Oct. 24, to help her remove an impostor Instagram account that’s using her name.

“I was hoping you guys could help get the account on Instagram deleted,” Jackson, 17, said in the video, which was shared on her boyfriend Chester Castellaw’s alleged page. “I don’t have a public account. Thank you so much.”

A source also tells Us Weekly that rumors that she and Castellaw, 18, were married are untrue, and that Jackson is not married. The rumors started because the fake account changed her last name to Castellaw’s.

Castellaw and Jackson, who began dating back in April, were recently photographed out and about in Malibu, Calif., on Oct. 6, looking cozy and crazy in love.

The two were also spotted holding hands and laughing as they kissed on the lips and cheeks.

Jackson’s co-guardian TJ Jackson gave his approval of her soccer player boyfriend in an interview with Entertainment Tonight earlier this year.

“I approve of him,” TJ told ET in August. “No one’s perfect, but he’s a good boy, so I approve of him… He treats her well. He’s a good kid. She’s happy.”

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