Paris Jackson has split from her boyfriend of two years, Gabriel Glenn.
It’s understood the relationship simply ran its course, according to the source, who added “it was something that just needed to happen”.
The couple started a folk band together called The Soundflowers. The future of the two-piece group is not known.
According to the source, the breakup has left Jackson focusing on her solo music career and she’s been in the studio every day during LA lockdowns.
The couple, who began dating in 2018, have been featured in a Facebook Watch series, titled Unfiltered: Paris Jackson & Gabriel Glenn.
The six-part series launched on the social media platform at the end of June and the final episode just went to air this week.
In the earlier episode of the series, they talked about meeting in April 2018, when Jackson saw Glenn perform with his band Trash Dogs at Hollywood’s Rainbow Bar & Grill.
“We went from the Rainbow to an afterparty, and that’s where I saw her playing an unplugged guitar,” Jackson said in the premiere episode.
“It felt very intimate. I knew I was walking towards a head-over-heels fall.”
While Glenn similarly admits the attraction was instant … but says he wanted to “run”.
“I know when she was walking up that my body was saying, ‘Be cool’ but my brain was saying, ‘Just run, just run’,” he said of their meeting.
Jackson says the pair “immediately just vibed” and spent three days straight together before she moved into his van a week later.
“I thought I’d end up marrying a chick,” she said, adding: “I’ve dated more women than men.”
“I wouldn’t consider myself bisexual because I’ve dated more than just men and women,” she continued.
“It has nothing to do with what’s in your pants. It has nothing to do with what your XY chromosome makeup is, it’s literally just what are you like as a person.”
Jackson, who was previously linked to Cara Delevingne, added that coming to terms with her sexuality at a young age was initially challenging.
“I didn’t know that it was a thing and so I was a little conflicted about it. Because all I’d ever seen were men and women on TV together, and so these thoughts didn’t really make sense to me.”