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    In other news, Paris Hilton’s boyfriend Doug Reinhardt was involved in a bloody fight at a club in Miami, in the early hours of Friday. Paris Hilton wrote on her blog that she was “assaulted for no reason at all.” She blamed the attacks on DJ Steve Angello and his bodyguards. Read Paris’ version of the incident here.

    However, the DJ’s publicist accuses Paris and Doug for starting the whole fight. You can read the publicist’s comments here.



    Comment from Charlie N
    Time: March 27, 2009, 8:55 pm

    I did read them both, and all this amounts to is a “he-said/she-said” that really can’t be substantiated unless you were there to see and hear it yourself.

    I really do not want to believe DJ Angello’s version of events. I’ve worked Security in various nightclubs and bars, and if what Paris said is true, then that DJ’s bodyguard would have been physically removed from the club by the Bouncers.

    If what DJ Angello illustrates about Paris and Doug are true, they too would have been physically removed. I am a bit subjective in this, and want to believe Paris, and don’t want to believe what Angello has to say… *sigh*

    Comment from Dawn
    Time: March 27, 2009, 10:49 pm

    If Doug is the one with the split lip, he clearly is the assault victim.
    The one who bleeds is the victim.

    Don’t know why a DJ or his security peeps would even be permitted to assault paying customers.
    Doug and Paris aren’t known for getting into brawls.

    Comment from anonymous
    Time: March 27, 2009, 11:31 pm

    I believe Paris. That DJ’s story sounds made up. Paris doesn’t behave like what he wrote.

    Comment from Dawn
    Time: March 28, 2009, 12:41 am

    It sems like this DJ has a bad attitude and is not a people person.

    If he can’t handle a minor situation without escalating it into a brawl, he is in the wrong business.

    Comment from Charlie N
    Time: March 28, 2009, 1:12 am

    Dawn, that is not necessarily true. Doug’s split lip is tangible evidence that an assault took place, but it does not necessarily mean that he is the assault victim. There could have been other assault victims.

    Assault occurs in situations in which the accused person intentionally applies force (whether directly or indirectly) to another person without that person’s consent.

    Applying force:

    The force a person applies does not have to result in any injury for the act to be considered an assault. In fact, merely touching a person without that person’s consent can legally be considered assault.


    A person applies force intentionally when he or she deliberately means to do so. This means that careless or accidental actions are not considered assault.

    Directly or indirectly:

    People can be charged with assault if they apply force by using their own body, by using an object, or by causing an object to hit someone.

    Without the consent of the other person:

    This issue of consent is critical. If a person has consented, then the act cannot be considered an assault.

    Paris and Doug may not be known for getting into nightclub or bar room brawls, but I am because of my work in that field. I’ve been assaulted many times where there was no tangible sign of physical injury. It does not mean I was not assaulted, and basing assault on whether or not damage or physical injury results from the assault is irrelevant.

    Unless you are right there, to witness the incident, to hear what was being said, then it amounts to nothing more than a “He-said/she-said” situation.

    Security, Doormen, Bouncers, Bodyguards, etc., are all permitted to legally use force in certain situations, regardless of whether they are paying customers or not. I have physically restrained, subdued, removed a lot of people from nightclubs and bars.

    In most cases, I am very nice. If they create problems, I become diplomatic, and firm. If they push it, they get one more warning and are told that if there is a 3rd time, they will be removed. If I was to do such a thing off the nightclub property across the street, that would be an entirely different legal issue.

    There was also discrepancies as to whether or not the DJ really had a Bodyguard. Other reports said some unflattering things about Paris and I really do not want to believe those reports.

    My head knows that I can’t possibly know who did what and who said what without my being there, but my heart wants to believe Paris.

    There were a lot of varied reports on the Internet, I have seen dozens of varied accounts of the incident.

    Comment from Django
    Time: March 28, 2009, 2:05 am

    Whenever there’s something that could reflect badly on Paris, the vultures and jackals always come out to twist things around and spread their hate and lies. I’m just glad Paris is okay if shaken and that she had Doug for protection. I hope these scum get fired and charged at the very least.

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    Comment from cc17
    Time: March 28, 2009, 4:08 am

    I don’t know guys, I think both are lying. If someone hits you for no reason why didn’t Paris filed charges or have the guy sent to jail ?

    Comment from Sabrinia
    Time: March 28, 2009, 7:48 am

    I definitely believe Paris 100% until I have reason to believe otherwise. The DJ just had a problem with her and wants his 15 minutes of fame imo. What a jerk!

    Comment from cc17
    Time: March 28, 2009, 4:58 pm

    There are new pics of Paris and doug in new york and doug looks fine. So if doug was fighting “6 guys” should he have some bumps on his face or something ?

    Comment from juju
    Time: March 29, 2009, 2:01 am

    looks like my prior comment was dropped, so here goes again….

    i read both as well. while paris’ account is delivered (once again – sigh) in a bit of a juvenile tone & dialogue, i think she has more credibility than the dj does as a person, adn in the telling of theri stories. paris described mainly events, while mr. dj -extrordainare – relied on taking cheat shots at paris and doug. the dj’s account was focused more on hating paris. it was clearly malicious and attacking her beyond what was necessary to describe the incident.

    i find it hard to beleive that a representative of the hotel, having escorted her up there, would have done so if she had been being a pest or inappropritate in any way. also, the hotel management would have taken action against doug if he indeed were the instigator.

    the dj sounds very unprofessional. djs take requests all the time. if they can play it , fine, if not then fine as well, but to insult or assualt a guest over a request – much less a vip guest of the venue – well, seriously now, that is pretty out of line.

    obviously if the vip had been someone other than paris he would have handle the situation – and the cover-up story – quite a bit differently.

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