I like Hilton hotels. I can't believe this twit will own them one day.
Paris Hilton was on the stand in a libel lawsuit recently. She is the defendant, actually, for allegedly planting a false story about her and her ex-boyfriends ex-girlfriend.
One of the few non-skanky pictures known of Paris Hilton,
pictured with her intellectually superior dog.
Her testimony was mind-numbing.
AIRHEAD Paris Hilton has revealed she did not know LONDON was in the United Kingdom.
The daft blonde blurted out the admission in a statement for a £5.7million US libel case.
Her catalogue of dumb answers in the witness box gave a fascinating insight into the tiny mind of the hotel heiress, who stands to inherit £30million.
Ms Hilton was asked if the story appeared in the UK.
She replied: “No. There is stuff in London.”
When informed by her lawyer London was in the UK, Paris said: “Right. UK. Whatever.”
She told a pre-trial hearing she was in Europe last summer and did not know if the story appeared there, because “all there is, like, French.”
Paris, 24, also said: “I meet so many people. I don’t even know some of my friends’ names.”
Pressed for the name of a pal, Paris said: “It is like a weird Greek name. Like Douglas.”
Explaining how the row with Ms Graff began, Paris told the court: “I just said to her, she is old and should stay at home with her child instead of being at nightclubs with young people.
“And just that, I just — what else did I say? Just that she is not cute at all.”
She was asked about an email she sent her publicist Rob Shutner, which is said to praise him for placing the story. Paris replied: “Whatever I write in email, it doesn’t mean anything. It’s just words that I write.”
Graff’s case against Paris may go before a jury later this year.
If twelve peers of Paris can be found, they should bury the courthouse with all of them in it.