Paris Hilton filed a lawsuit in federal court yesterday against ParisExposed.com, the website that posted nude videos, nude photos, diaries, her prescription for Valtrex and other skanky items. The owner of the items was able to purchase them at auction when Paris failed to pay a storage unit bill where the items were kept.
In the lawsuit, Paris claims that a storage company failed to pay the bill. The lawsuit alleges that defendants Nabil and Nabila Haniss of Culver City, Calif., paid $2,775 for Hilton’s items and then sold them for $10 million to entrepreneur Bardia Persa, creator of ParisExposed.com.
$10 million for a bunch of used pussy?! Damn, that sucker paid $9,999,999 too much. Paris is afraid that documents on the site which have private information could be used to stalk her or steal her identity.
She said, “I was appalled to learn that people are exploiting my and my sisters’ (sic) private personal belongings for commercial gain.” Paris wants the site shut down and her private items returned to her.
The owners of the website had no comment.
Strangely enough, ParisExposed.com was down for most of the day yesterday with some reports saying it was hacked.
My question is, we knew about this website months ago. Why didn’t Paris try to buy her items back if she was so worried about things getting leaked? Methinks idiot knew what was going on and is apart of it. She’s “faux suing” them to make it look like she’s innocent. She could’ve easily stopped the website from going up.