Should Be Shut Down

    I should’ve published this long time ago, but I didn’t. Did you notice that the media (FOX, CNN) aired clips from Those clips, I believe, were sold to them by or… by the who probably bought the videos from

    What the commentators from the media don’t mention is that those videos were taken more than 5 years ago, back during Paris’ wild teenage life. And they also don’t say that today’s Paris is much more different and mature, even before she went to jail. They never ever mention this. says that is the single most destructive website about Paris on the internet, at the moment. It is unpredictable, and it especially spreads a lot of misunderstandings. Most of what you’ve heard about the website is overexaggerated. When it first came online in Feburary 2007, it caused quite a mess on the internet, primarily because it unleshed very private videos which were never meant to be released to the public.

    At the moment however, so far from what I’ve seen and heard, the website hasn’t released any new material. I know someone who has seen this storage collection and said that it is huge and can filled a whole room (I think), and I also think I posted his description on this website a few months ago. So I’m not sure why we haven’t seen anything new yet.

    Paris’ lawyers should be secretly working on a plan to get back all of those private videos to Paris, but the problem is that have made duplicated copies of all the files. They can go anywhere in the world and publish them for the whole world to see. I think has escaped to Europe in order go back to business. Paris’ lawyer have the ability to takeover the domain, but they might not be able to stop those who run the website.

    My message is clear. Her lawyers should do whatever it takes to make these guys’ life miserable. They should not have a moment of peace for what they are doing to Paris, and ethically, it is very wrong.

    The only good thing that ParisExposed did is release an unreleased demo song, which was recorded back during the days when she was practicing her vocals with her coach. But unfortunately, the song is extremely boring.

    Anyway, is keeping a very close eye and tracking every move of

    Posted: July 11th, 2007
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    Kimberly Stewart: Judge Michael Sauer Is Cruel

    Socialite Kimberly Stewart has blasted the Los Angeles judge who put her close pal Paris Hilton behind bars.

    Judge Michael Sauer ordered the hotel heiress back to the Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood, California, last month after Sheriff Lee Baca allowed her to serve her probation violation sentence under house arrest due to an “unspecified medical condition.”

    Kimberly–eldest daughter of rocker Rod–was stunned when she watched a weeping Hilton leave her home to return to jail on the television news.

    She says, “I think that the judge had it in for her. He’s being as cruel as he could be and I really do feel for her because I don’t think she deserves it. She’s a very sweet, nice, well-mannered girl with a good heart.”

    This is probably an old quote.

    Posted: July 11th, 2007
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    Barbara Walters Wanted To Do The Interview With Paris Hilton

    Barbara Walters has broken her silence about losing the first post-jail interview with Paris Hilton.

    On Wednesday’s episode of The View, the veteran broadcaster said she had a good relationship with Hilton and her mother Kathy.

    “I kind of figured I’d get the interview,” Walters admitted.

    But, she added, the Hilton family sought payment for the use of home videos and photographs and NBC outbid Walters’ network, ABC.

    Walters said Rick Hilton told her: “I owe you one and I’m sorry but we’re going to go with NBC.”

    Walters said Paris then contacted her from behind bars and expressed her wish to do the interview with her.

    “I began to be uncomfortable about it and I said, ‘Thank you so much but I don’t want to do the interview,’” Walters recalled.

    NBC later backed out of its deal with the Hiltons and Paris gave her first interview upon her release to CNN’s Larry King. Ratings were high for the hour-long conversation.

    “My question was – did I make a mistake?,” said Walters. “It was a decision to make and I’m glad she’s out and that the story is over.”

    Posted: July 11th, 2007
    Comments: 3

    And People Still Hypocritically Praise Anchor Mika Brzezinski

    Interesting Facts 

    Larry King Live on CNN last night did a 0.78 rating which is actually down a bit for the show. The show featured John Cena, Chris Jericho, Bret Hart, Ted Dibiase, Steve Blackman, and WWE attorney Jerry McDevitt. For comparison, Larry King did a 2.69 rating for his interview with Paris Hilton a few weeks ago and a .91 last Monday.

    Dear Kathy Griffin (and haters),

    Who do you think Americans find more boring: Paris Hilton or these WWE stars? Actually, you know what? I’ve watched you on “The View” and I can say without a doubt that you were a boring person, but you’re not the only one. Virtually every guest on “The View” is boring, and I’m pretty damn sure that most people would be far more interested in seeing Paris as a guest star on “The View.” That’s a fact. Hypocrites!

    Posted: July 10th, 2007
    Comments: 1

    Paris Hilton’s Letter To Publisher Of A Book Exclusive

    By yougotmecurious

    My close friend works at a Los Angeles publishing company, and just the other day she came across a promotional postcard that was once given away with each copy of one of their latest releases…and then the postcard was sent back to the publisher. The postal date reads: 27 June 2007 PM 31

    Wow! A brilliant book. It changed my life – and helped me get through jail. Now I know the real answer to success. I will use what I have learned. Now I will succeed beyond what I ever felt possible. Love, Paris Hilton

    The book: The Three Keys to the Secret of Success

    Posted: July 10th, 2007
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    Paris Hilton Loses Track Of Sister Nicky

    Paris Hilton lost track of sister Nicky after getting swarmed at the Grove in Los Angeles last night.

    While leaving the movie theaters — where the Hilton sisters apparently saw Michael Moore’s astounding health care docu “Sicko” — photogs quickly engulfed the ex-convict as Nicky ran for cover. Paris briefly posed for photos as Nicky disappeared in front of the herd, with Paris stopping to ask, “Where is my sister?”

    When Paris finally tracked her down — Nicky was ready with their getaway vehicle, honking her horn at paps to get them outta her way. That’s what sisters are for!


    Posted: July 10th, 2007
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    Abuse Education Classes On June 25

    Paris Hilton’s DUI/probation violation file has officially been closed — for now.

    TMZ has exclusively obtained court documents signed by Hilton, proving that she completed her required substance abuse education classes on June 25 — while she was still behind bars — er, iron ones. She was released from Lynwood Jail at 12:01 AM on June 26. No hearts in her signature this time!

    Hilton isn’t totally out of the woods yet; she is on probation until January 2010. However, if she violates probation again, she will face the very same judge who sent her to the pokey in May.


    How unnecessary…

    Posted: July 10th, 2007
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