Marilyn Manson is a self-proclaimed poster boy for all things society fears, but all those who pay close attention understand that Manson is a man of heart. Following the apparent suicide attempt of late singer Michael Jackson's 15-year-old daughter Paris, Manson reached out to the teen, offering her well-wishes and generosity.

Manson has been connected to far too many negative news reports throughout his career, with the singer claiming to have been blamed for a grand total of 36 school shootings during a recent interview with Larry King. Early in the morning of June 5, Paris Jackson cut her wrists with a meat cleaver, swallowed a number of pills and left a suicide note. Reasons for the attempt have been attributed to stress in school, boy trouble, the untimely death of her father, an upcoming court appearance regarding Michael Jackson's death and not being allowed to attend a Marilyn Manson concert.

After finding his name attached to Paris' suicide attempt, Manson wrote a note to the troubled teen. According to various media sources, including TMZ, Manson writes, "I hope you feel better. You will be on my guest list anytime you want."

Marilyn Manson is currently on a co-headlining tour with Alice Cooper. The duo recently shared the stage to perform the Cooper classic 'I'm Eighteen' kicking off the 'Masters of Madness' tour with a bang.