Paris’ Hitchhiker Hell! Jackson Gets ROBBED After Giving Lift To Druggie Strangers

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Paris Jackson was just trying to be a good samaritan when she picked up a pair of hitchhikers but the starlet revealed her good deed turned into a nightmare when the ‘f**ked up’ strangers robbed her!

Late Michael Jackson‘s eldest daughter took to her Instagram on Friday to share the horrifying ordeal, telling fans the thieves secretly snapped up her debit card after offering one girl her own socks and even feeding them dinner!

In an explosive video rant, the 19-year-old goes off on the crooks: “One girl was pretty f**ked up and I basically remember taking off a pair of my own socks and putting them on her and stopping at a f**king fast food place to get them dinner,” she begins her profanity-filled tirade.

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“This b***h f**king stole my debit card — I give you guys a f**king ride across L.A. and I do my very vey best to be the greatest Uber driver ever even though I’m not a part of f**king Uber, and you steal my s**t dude?!”

As RadarOnline.com previously reported exclusively, family and friends feared for Paris as she’s adopted somewhat of hippy lifestyle — backpacking solo through foreign countries and reportedly “going off the rails,” according to sources.

Paris most recently went backpacking through France on a “soul-searching” journey and was spotted meeting strange people and sucking down cigarettes — and those close to her are said to be “terrified.”

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Grandparents Katherine and Joe “would love to put a bodyguard on her and have tried so many times, but she refuses,” the source said.

“There is nothing they can do to stop her right now.”

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