‘No respect!’: Paris Jackson forced to scrub graffiti from Michael Jackson’s Hollywood star

Emma Powell
'No respect': Paris Jackson cleans graffiti off her father's Hollywood star: @parisjackson

Paris Jackson has posted a picture of herself scrubbing graffiti off of her late father’s Hollywood star.

Vandals defaced the monument, which was presented to Michael Jackson in 1984, with red writing.

Paris shared a picture of herself on Instagram as she attempted to remove the graffiti, slamming the culprits for having “no respect”.

She captioned the post: “Some people have no f****** respect. I understand that there is a difference between the radio emblem and the record, but a name is a name.”

Upset: Paris Jackson has blasted vandals who defaced her father's star (AFP/Getty Images)

Stars rallied round to offer words of support with DJ Diplo writing: “I would do it for you. Nothing but support for my President.”

Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown, Paris Hilton and Sofia Richie all posted: “Love you.”

Gregg Sulkin also commented: “Proud of you and that type of behaviour is a disgrace.”

Paris revealed on Twitter that she grabbed a bottle of acetone after a friend informed her of the graffiti.

“I was at my friend apt that lives basically next door this morning and another buddy of mine said he saw this last night,” she tweeted.

“Thankfully there was a walgreens half a block away… justa bit of acetone bishhh”.

The family will mark the ninth anniversary of Michael’s death on June 25.

The Thriller singer died aged 50 in 2009 from a drug overdose.