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Michael Jackson's daughter Paris wept when she revisited her father's former Neverland home in Santa Barbara, California after his death because the ranch's famous Ferris wheel had been removed.
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Jackson moved out of the estate in 2005 after cops raided it following his arrest on alleged child molestation charges in 2003.
Paris Jackson decided to revisit her former home two years ago, and she admits she was dismayed to see how it had changed.
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She tells Event magazine, "I cried and cried. It's beautiful there. It still has good energy."
The 15-year-old also revealed to the publication she wants part of her father's financial legacy to be used to restore the estate for the benefit of less privileged children, and plans to start the project when she is an adult.
The musical legend died in 2009 after suffering a cardiac arrest brought on by an overdose of anesthetic propofol. Medic Conrad Murray was convicted of involuntary manslaughter for causing Jackson's death.
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