Paris, overexposed again

Want a piece of Paris? Parisexposed.com was launched on Tuesday and is selling an array of items previously owned by Paris Hilton - including photos, home videos, diaries, love letters, phone numbers of celebrity friends and recorded conversations. Hilton left the stuff in an LA-based storage facility, and when payments on the storage fell behind, the items were sold to an unidentified buyer. The webmaster of parisexposed.com says the stash was "acquired by me through a broker" in September. Interested web buyers are charged a monthly fee of $39.97 to enter the site, which claims to have photos and video footage of Hilton in a bubble bath as well as drinking and doing drugs with friends. The Simple Life star's rep told media, "We certainly are going to explore all of our legal options about this matter," in response to the launch of the site. Really, haven't we all seen all there is to see? Who needs to pay to see pictures of Paris's private parts?


Justin said...

There are guys who can pay any amount to see her parts I guess.

Anonymous said...

I don't believe for ONE MOMENT that Paris herself isn't behind this website. There are laws against making money from someone else's image, etc. without permission and until she's in court suing this guy, I will maintain that "Bardia Persa" is "A Paris Beard" rearranged.