Paris Hilton recalls ‘painful’ sex tape!! Paris Hilton says that had her sex tape been released today in this post-#MeToo era, she wouldn’t have been publicly shamed the way she once was.
In an interview with Yahoo Entertainment’s Kylie Mar, the This Is Parisdocumentary star, 39, agrees with that sentiment “100 percent,” adding, “The way I was treated,” when the tape was released without her consent, “was just so cruel and just so painful.”
She continues, “I’m thankful today that women … would not be treated like that… Yeah, I wasn’t lucky in that situation with the way the people were, but at least there’s been change now.”
While promoting the YouTube Originals documentary, out Monday, the original influencer discussed that sex tape, which was recorded with then-boyfriend Rick Salomon in 2001 when she was about 20, fresh off of her traumatizing experience of alleged physical and emotional abuse at a therapeutic boarding school. Salomon — who she has called her first “real” boyfriend — sold the private footage, first leaked online in 2003 and later released under the title 1 Night in Paris, without Hilton’s permission just as she exploded to superstardom in TV’s The Simple Life. Hilton said recently that she was “naive” and “lost” at the time the tape was recorded and that she trusting the “wrong person” in Salomon, who went on to marry and divorce Shannen Doherty and Pamela Anderson.
Hilton has publicly claimed that she never received a penny from the sex tape, while Salomon, 13 years her senior, reportedly made $10 million the first year. (Hilton sued Salomon over the tape and he sued her and her family for defamation. So they settled both suits with Hilton receiving $400,000, which was donated to charity.)
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Paris Hilton recalls ‘painful’ sex tape!!! Paris Hilton recalls ‘painful’ sex tape!!