The OG influencer from the 2000s, Paris Hilton, released her memoir on March 14, revealing her side of the story from the tabloid frenzy years.
Hilton says she heard her now famous and trademarked catchphrase, "That's hot," from her sister Nicky Hilton when she used to keep a bedazzled journal.photo: instagram/parishilton
Wonder why Paris always wore sunglasses? She was inspired from Adam Sandler's Big Daddy movie to use sunglasses as a shield in public.photo: instagram/parishilton
Paris Hilton said she was upset with South Park's portrayal of her, which showed her marketing a "whorish" lifestyle to little girls.
The parts ahead mention rape and abuse which may be triggering.video: twitter/parishilton
Paris Hilton remembers that in eighth grade she was groomed by a male teacher and they were even in a relationship.photo: instagram/parishilton
This is an incident that Paris says she didn't reveal to her mother or sister. She was drugged and raped by a man in his 20s when she was 15.photo: instagram/parishilton
Paris said Demi Lovato was the inspiration behind speaking up about the alleged abuse she faced at Provo Canyon youth correction institute.photo: instagram/parishilton
Hilton also mentions her run in with the predatory Harvey Weinstein, intimidating Donald Trump and pressure to appear on Playboy magazine.
Hilton was highly sexualised by the media, partly due to an unconsented sex tape. She revealed fearing sex due to the trauma and abuse.
Hilton said she's telling her story of abortion now, because so many women are facing it alone and are being judged.
Paris Hilton's very public life was the reason behind keeping her baby boy, Phoenix's birth a secret, until the Instagram announcement.