Paris Jackson has reportedly moved into her late father Michael Jackson 's Los Angeles mansion with boyfriend Michael Snoddy.
The 18-year-old is the only daughter of singer Michael, who died in 2009 aged 50. She began dating musician Michael, a drummer with punk band Street Drum Corps six months ago, and their relationship is apparently going from strength to strength, as the New York Post's gossip column Page Six is reporting the couple have set up home up together.
According to the outlet, Paris opted for her father's home in Encino, Calfiornia, as her first house with her new beau - the property where the music legend once recorded tracks such as Beat It and Billie Jean.
Not only have the pair moved into together, but they have also reportedly adopted a dog called Koa. Michael, who also had a job delivering pizzas has also now quit his job at D’Amore’s Pizza in Malibu, insiders revealed.
"Michael (Snoddy) quit his job around July (16) and they moved into the house where Michael (Jackson) grew up,” a source close to Paris told Page Six. "Now they’re trying to do this happy family thing. They refer to themselves as a family a lot."
In fact, some of their friends are said to believe the smitten young couple may have married in secret.
The drummer has also been pictured wearing a gold band on his ring finger for the past few weeks on Instagram, but rumours of a wedding have yet to be confirmed.
Paris's late father lived in the Encino mansion until he moved to his now infamous Neverland Ranch in 1988.
The property was initially purchased by Joe Jackson, Paris' grandfather, and has been occupied by various members of the Jackson family at different stages. Since Michael's death, it has allegedly been a point of contention in the fight between the singer's mother Katherine and his estate.
Paris had been living with grandmother Katherine, and brothers Prince and Blanket, in a seven-bedroom house in Calabasas, California, until she moved in with her beau.
WENN has contacted representatives for Paris for comment.