In one of the recent interviews Paris Hilton was asked to comment on the posts sent by the visitors of her web site.
The posts were so unpleasant and abusive that the interviewer had to read them word for word.
One of the posts read as follows: “Paris is just an oversized human condom”. Other posts also were written in offensive language containing many insults.
While the interviewer was reading offensive phrases Paris was standing with a sad expression on her face, trying to imitate indifference.
Finally she said that such things really hurt her feelings. She also added that all such charges are baseless because she had only a few boyfriends and is not as promiscuous as most of her friends.
Today Paris Hilton is one of the most notorious celebrities. Not long ago she was arrested in Hollywood on suspicion of drunk driving.
Hilton, the 25-year-old heiress to the Hilton hotel and real estate dynasty, has achieved celebrity through saturation media coverage of her hard-partying lifestyle and a growing number of television appearances.
Her publicist Elliot Mintz, who picked up his client from the police station, said Hilton was affected more than usual by the one drink she had because it was "one drink on an empty stomach after a full day's work", news.com.au reports.
Paris Hilton has also reportedly been barred from a top New York celebrity hangout.
The socialite had been partying at the lavish Marquee club with friends before she tried to get into an event at Ian Schrager's Gramercy Park Hotel.
However, the host - whose guests included 'Pirates of the Caribbean' actor Orlando Bloom and Winona Ryder - reportedly told his security team not to let the 'House of Wax' actress in because "the likes of Paris Hilton and her ilk are not welcome here."
It's not the first time Paris has lucked out on the social scene recently, Life Style Extra says.
Prepared by Alexander Timoshik
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