Paris Jackson Shares Rare Childhood Home Video to Celebrate Big Brother Prince's Birthday

Paris Jackson is taking a trip down memory lane — and giving fans a rare glimpse into her super private childhood.

The 19-year-old daughter of late pop icon Michael Jackson shared a home movie featuring her younger self goofing around with older brother Prince in honor of his 21st birthday, on Tuesday. The footage featured the siblings playfully fighting for camera time while someone filmed and encouraged them, “Let me see you dance.” Prince busted out a few dance moves before Paris got a close-up and made a funny face.

“My dearest brother. i could fly to the moon and back a thousand times and the distance still wouldn’t amount to how much i adore you,” Paris captioned the video post on Instagram. “I’ve always looked up to you, and to this day you’re still the greatest role model i could ever hope for. i miss these days where we could wrestle and i’d still have a chance at winning, though. i miss playing hot wheels and my little pony with you, i miss fighting like pirates and trying to cast spells with our harry potter wands.

“i miss the Saturdays where we would sleep in and eat porridge and OJ and watch gargoyles and  (and sometimes cartoons in arabic?), and staying up late listening to you tell us wild bed time stories that always had a crazy twist at the end.”

She continued, “You’ve always been my best friend in the whole wide universe and i’m so lucky to have you in my life. i couldn’t have wished for our friendship to turn out any better. we may not have our water guns and crash bandicoot, but we have so much more. you’re the most fun, genuine, determined and hilarious person i know. and it makes ma soul happy to know dat i can always count on you, and no matter where we are in the world and in life, my home is with you and the little guy. i love you so much, gooko. i’m so proud of you. happy birthday.”

In an interview with the Today show in October, Prince gushed about his bond with Paris and 15-year-old brother Blanket Jackson, who now goes by B.G. or Bigi. “Me and my siblings get along really well — especially my sister,” Prince told Today‘s Natalie Morales. “She’s grown so much and she’s been able to really step up. I don’t really see myself as her older brother. We’re equal partners when it comes down to it. B.G. is just so mature for his age. It’s a pretty strong bond.”

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The three collaborated over Halloween to design mazes and a haunted house for the second annual Costume for a Cause event. “It’s something that’s bred into us, to really give back to the community,” Prince explained. “My dad always taught me to lead by example, so I hope I can set a good example that you can have fun by helping other people and you can make a change just by doing that.”

“I think he would definitely be proud of the type of work that we’re doing and giving back to the community,” added Prince, who started his own charitable foundation dedicated to helping foster children who have aged out of the system called Heal Los Angeles.

New York files civil rights lawsuit against Harvey Weinstein, his company and his brother

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman filed suit on Sunday in New York County Supreme Court against Harvey Weinstein and his company, alleging that “The Weinstein Company repeatedly broke New York law by failing to protect its employees from pervasive sexual harassment, intimidation, and discrimination.” The complaint also names Harvey Weinstein’s brother, Robert.

The suit throws a wrench into the planned sale of The Weinstein Company to Maria Contreras-Sweet for $500 million.

Weinstein’s misdeeds were first exposed this fall in bombshell reports by the New York Times and the New Yorker. Schneiderman says the suit, the product of a four month investigation, contains “new and egregious examples of sexual misconduct by Harvey Weinstein.

The purpose of the suit is to ensure “victims will be compensated, employees will be protected going forward, and that neither perpetrators nor enablers will be unjustly enriched” by any sale of the company.

The complaint focuses in particular on Weinstein’s treatment on his own staff. Some examples:

HW told a male assistant he was fired for – as reflected in an email sent by the assistant to the head of Human Resources about the incident – being “just a fucking faggot boy, a stupid fucking faggot boy.” HW routinely used similar epithets attacking employees’ masculinity.

[Weinstein] asked female employees if they had their period, including asking an employee if her tampon was “up too far.” He also accused female employees of
wanting special treatment because of their gender.

HW told several employees throughout the relevant time period that, in substance,
“I will kill you,” “I will kill your family,” and “You don’t know what I can do,” or words to that effect. HW touted his connection to powerful political figures and asserted that he had contacts within the Secret Service that could take care of problems. Female employees knew from observations of HW and from the experiences of other TWC employees that he was capable of fits of rage, including infliction of physical injury, and that he was sexually aggressive. Thus, they became fearful that they could suffer physical injury or worse if they did not satisfy his demands.

One TWC employee was tasked with preparing a room in TWC’s offices for HW’s sexual activity when he wished to have sexual encounters in the office, and with cleaning up when it was over. Articles of women’s clothing were left behind on occasion after these incidents, making clear what transpired during these encounters and requiring TWC employees to make arrangements for their return.

The lawsuit also contains examples on Weinstein’s famously lecherous behavior, which also targeted women in the company.

According to information provided to TWC employees interviewed by the OAG, in one instance in late 2014, HW approached a young female TWC intern, and told her to write
her name and phone number on a slip of paper. The intern, who had not had interactions with HW before, was surprised and complied. HW asked her to join him for dinner that night but she declined, citing pre-existing plans. He told her to cancel them and that he would call her that night. When HW called, the employee again refused to meet him, and he ultimately proposed a meeting at 7:30a.m. at the Peninsula Hotel where he was staying. When she arrived at the hotel, HW made clear that he wanted a sexual relationship and proceeded to name famous actresses whose careers he purportedly had advanced after they agreed to his proposition. HW proposed a similar quid pro quo relationship to the intern. The intern spent an hour repeatedly saying no to his entreaties and refusing to come up to HW’s hotel room. After the incident, the intern left the company. The complaint was reported to Human Resources and to company executives, but TWC took no institutional action to protect interns from HW or prevent future recurrence of such conduct.

The lawsuit seeks substantial civil fines ($100,000 to $250,000) for each violation of New York’s civil right law. The state also seeks “restitution and damages in the amount of the harm to the victims of Respondents’ illegal conduct in connection with its hostile workplace environment and sexual harassment of women.”

A separate class action lawsuit was filed in November.

Was Omarosa Hospitalized Following a Celebrity Big Brother Competition?

Omarosa Manigault Newman was reportedly hospitalized following a Celebrity Big Brother competition, according to a conversation between fellow contestants Ross Mathews and Marissa Jaret Winokur.

In a conversation on Friday night captured by the 24-hour Big Brother cameras, Mathews and the Tony Award-winning actress can be heard discussing Manigault Newman and referring to her being taken to a hospital. At one point, Mathews asks Winokur if she thought the Celebrity Apprentice would be returning to the show.

“I don’t know,” the Broadway star replied, before bringing up that a contestant from the last season of Big Brother had been allowed to return to the series after undergoing knee surgery — and she had even been allowed to vote while she was still being hospitalized.

“Remember that girl Christmas was in the hospital, she had knee surgery during the last season and then she voted from the hospital,” Winokur said. 

“It doesn’t seem fair,” Mathews replied.

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According to Mathews and Winokur, the incident occurred during Friday night’s Head of Household competition, during what appeared to be a dizzy bowling-style challenge.

Discussing what occurred during the challenge Mathews said, “You knocked her out. You just did so wonderfully.”

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“Even though I didn’t win the competition, I won that round, you know?” Winokur agreed before adding that she “spun around in a circle and bowled her a– off.”

“I put her in the hospital,” she continued, before quickly adding that the reality star was “going to be OK.”

Later in the night, Winokur reportedly claimed that she thought Manigualt Newman had claimed she had an asthma attack so she could get some rest from the house at a hospital, according to TMZ.

Reps for Manigualt Newman and CBB did not immediately respond to PEOPLE’s request for comment.

Celebrity Big Brother next airs Sunday at 8 p.m. ET on CBS.