bill-swift - January 31, 2007
Well, you knew it was coming. Paris Hilton has filed a law suit to try and shut down the website that first posted her personal videos, pictures, and documents on the Internet, reports CNN. If you ask me the law suit is purely for show, to try and make the public think that Paris didn't actually have anything to do with the latest release of her personal sex tapes onto the Internet, even though everyone already knows that she was behind the first sex tape that made her famous, so why should we think any differently now?
In her lawsuit, Hilton said she put her possessions in storage two years ago when she and her sister, Nicky, moved out of a house that had been burglarized.
The 25-year-old heiress said a moving company was supposed to pay the storage fees and was "shocked and surprised" to learn her belongings were sold at a public auction.
"I was appalled to learn that people are exploiting my and my sisters' private personal belongings for commercial gain," Hilton said in a declaration supporting the lawsuit, adding she was concerned the information could be used for identity theft or harassment.
The lawsuit alleges defendants Nabil and Nabila Haniss paid $2,775 for the contents of the storage unit and later sold the items for $10 million to entrepreneur Bardia Persa, who created the site ParisExposed.com.
Hilton's publicist Elliot Mintz said that she would like the site shut down and "would like all of these items returned to her."
So while Paris cries foul, and claims she's worried about "indentity theft" and "harassment," she's all the while getting more of the attention she clearly craves. I'm not buying it. If you're concerned about your privacy, you don't make videos documenting your rampant drug use, and sexual activities, and you certainly don't put them in storage and hope someone else takes care of the bill.
Lots more pictures from Paris Hilton exposed after the jump.
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