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September 27, 2006 | By Tirdad Derakhshani INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
An heir to the Hilton hotel fortune yesterday was charged with DUI, L.A. prosecutors say. Paris Hilton, 25, a fledgling TV and movie actress, would-be pop singer, and accomplished professional partier, was arrested Sept. 7 after being stopped in her Mercedes-Benz SLR. Cops said Paris' blood-alcohol level was 0.08 percent, which happens to be the minimum level that warrants an arrest. (Is the city of L.A. persecuting the girl?) Hilton's spokesman, Elliot Mintz, said the charges were not unexpected.
NEWS
February 3, 2004
OVER THE years, I've stood behind this newspaper and its decisions about what or who is on the cover. But I'm disgusted with your cover story on Jan. 30 about Paris Hilton. I don't care where she started, or where she is headed unless it is OUT of the limelight. You found her to be a more important story than the loss of a beloved DJ. I have listened to Ed Sciaky for many years and followed him from station to station. This is a man loved by so very many people in the radio community, the music community and the city of Philadelphia.
NEWS
June 8, 2007
LET'S SEE . . . Charges dismissed against two people held in Guantanamo for over four years, one of whom was 15 when he went in? Page 33. Two U.S. soldiers abducted in Iraq have now been killed, according to their captors? Page 10. Fencl Award winner Kimberly Byrd? Page 8. Bill Cosby in town join rally against the spiraling murder rate? Page 7. Meanwhile, Paris Hilton going to jail gets a huge portion of the front page,with the gripping story starting on Page 3, along with another large photo.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 5, 2007 | By HOWARD GENSLER gensleh@phillynews.com Daily News wire services and the London Sun contributed to this report
IF YOU'VE BEEN waiting for just the right moment to shell out $40 so you could enter the Internet world of Paris Hilton's junk, that yacht may have sailed. A federal judge who's probably checked out all the good stuff already has issued a temporary injunction against the ParisExposed.com Web site peddling personal pictures, videos, diaries, and other items that the randy rich girl once kept at a storage facility somebody forgot to pay for. Paris sued ParisExposed.com last month, accusing it of exploiting her private personal belongings for commercial gain.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 7, 2003 | HOWARD GENSLER Daily news wire services contributed to this report
IT'S HARD to imagine Paris Hilton mad. In fact it's hard to imagine Paris without a smile on her face and a drink in her hand, dancing the night away in Ibiza. But Paris does indeed seem to be mad - over a steamy sex video that may soon go public. The homemade video reportedly features the vapid socialite and heiress to the Hilton hotel fortune having sex with Rick Solomon, who would later go on to marry, break up with and reconcile with Shannen Doherty. Although Paris knew the video was being made (she works at positioning her best side toward the camera)
ENTERTAINMENT
October 5, 2006 | HOWARD GENSLER Daily News wire services contributed to this report
SHANNA MOAKLER, Paris Hilton, let's get ready to rummmble! It happened early Wednesday at Hyde, the trendy L.A. club known as much for who doesn't get in as who does. Moakler (estranged wife of Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker) and a former Playboy model still smarting from her recent dismissal from "Dancing With the Stars," was there - in one corner. Hilton, the ubiquitous, sworn-off-men, faux singer and hotel heiress, recently videotaped kissing Barker, was in the other corner.
NEWS
November 15, 2007 | By Elizabeth Wellington INQUIRER FASHION WRITER
Talk about celebrity worship gone wild. Hundreds of Philadelphians - including a woman who said she was a Benedictine nun - converged on the Center City Macy's yesterday afternoon to get a glimpse of celebrity heiress Paris Hilton. "We love everything about her. Her clothes, her hair, her handbags, her shoes - even her dog, Tinkerbell," said Mary Ellen Mullins, 56, who bought a $55 bottle of Hilton's fourth fragrance, Can-Can, just to meet her. Mullins' 50-year-old sister, Kate Newcomber, gushed: "I would just love to spend the day with her. Wake up in the morning and party with her all day and night until she goes to bed at 6 a.m. " "Yeah," chimed in Rich Rosa, 19. "She can live a party life.
NEWS
August 30, 2010 | By Tirdad Derakhshani, Inquirer Staff Writer
If you are Cy Waits , bf of hotel inheritress Paris Hilton , your head must be spinning. And not just from the booze. Fast-backward to Tuesday. Paris' crib in L.A. Noises! You rush outside and hold a gun on alleged burglar Nathan Parada until police come. Hero! Wednesday, you're promoted to head of nightclub ops for Wynn and Hilton ! Hray! But Friday, in Las Vegas, mwa mwa mwa mwa (fail trombone), you're driving with your lady in the car and - busted! You are, for DUI. Paris?
ENTERTAINMENT
December 4, 2004 | By David Hiltbrand INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Have you seen the new T-Mobile commercial with Snoop Dogg in a Laundromat puzzling over the right time to add fabric softener? He sends out a wireless appeal to a bizarre posse that includes Wayne Newton, Jeffrey Tambor, Jackass dwarf Weeman, and Paris Hilton. Looking at Snoop's message on her cell phone, Hilton says to the old man sitting next to her at the DMV, "Snoop does his own laundry? That's hot. " This ad marks a subtle but alarming development in the Hilton oeuvre.
NEWS
June 12, 2007
THE WORLD is a better place. Paris Hilton is back in jail, and Tony Soprano is still alive. (We think.) Fade to black. Paris will be just fine. Jail stints and rehab are the new "gotta haves" for any would-be celebrity, talented or not. She gets some street cred, and a surprising amount of sympathy even after receiving preferential treatment. And once her stay is up, she'll walk out of the clink followed by a slew of photographers and, we're sure, offers for a new TV show, a cosmetic and clothing line, and a book deal.
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ENTERTAINMENT
July 16, 2014
THE WOMAN who made "Octomom" an international brand has received some good news concerning her, umm, do-it-yourself video. Yesterday, a Los Angeles County Superior Court judge allowed Nadya Suleman to plead no contest to a single count of misdemeanor welfare fraud for failing to disclose income she received from videos and personal appearances while she was also getting public assistance. Fans may recall that the X-rated videos included scenes of . . . her scaling heights of sexual ecstasy - all by herself.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 10, 2013 | By Howard Gensler
TATTLE IS HAVING a flashback. One item featuring Paris Hilton and Lindsay Lohan ? Talk about an early Christmas. According to TMZ.com, Paris threatened Lindsay via Twitter after Lindsay was alleged to have ordered a Miami Beach beat-down on Paris' younger bro Barron . Barron, 24, told police that a man struck him in the face with an object after the two had an argument at a party Friday night. Witnesses say the person who hit Barron wanted him to leave. Instead, after striking Barron, the man allegedly left in a dark-green SUV. Barron suffered deep cuts on his face but refused treatment from fire-rescue workers.
NEWS
October 14, 2013
TATTLER Howard Gensler has the day off, so his DN Weekend sidekick Lauren McCutheon jumped over from the "PH Scale" part of the page to recap the week's celebrity do's and (mostly) don'ts. Yesterday Paris Hilton - remember her? - displayed enduring dim wits when she accidentally dissed a North Carolina DJ. Thinking she was off the air, Hilton called interviewer Bob Dumas an "f- adjective a- noun . " We're guessing Dumas took that as a compliment. Thursday Kris and Bruce Jenner copped to having separated after 22 years of marriage, six of which were on TV. Kris' three similarly televised daughters - Kim, Kourtney and Khloe - are, however, still in completely normal, stable relationships that will doubtless stand the test of time.
NEWS
October 11, 2013
WE HERE at Tattle are a nostalgic, sentimental lot. We often find ourselves pining for the good old days - circa 2007 - when Paris Hilton was the center of the universe. So we are pleased to lead today's column with La Hilton, who hasn't yet quite gotten with the program when it comes to using the telephone. Paris was doing a phone interview Thursday morning with disc jockey Bob Dumas , who works for a station in the Raleigh-Durham region of North Carolina (which says all you need to know about her current buzz-worthiness)
NEWS
June 24, 2013 | By Steven Rea, Inquirer Movie Critic
Sofia Coppola was on a plane when she read the Vanity Fair article "The Suspect Wore Louboutins," about a gang of teenagers from the San Fernando Valley who went around burglarizing the homes of celebs - Paris Hilton , Lindsay Lohan , Orlando Bloom . The story, by Nancy Jo Sales , was full of rich (literal and figurative) detail: capacious abodes crammed with designer gowns, Birkin bags, shoes, shoes, and more shoes, rings and watches, rolls of cash, stashes of prescription drugs . . . all for the taking.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 13, 2013 | INQUIRER STAFF WRITERS
New word: doxxing , the practice of piecing together detailed personal information from initial stuff you glean from Internet-available sources - such as when you find an e-mail address, then burrow through that to find phone numbers, addresses, info on chat rooms. It's a form of stalking. Hacker(s?) on the website exposed.su have either doxxed or hacked directly into celebrity private info, publishing photos, credit reports, mortgage details, Social Security numbers, etc. And now, says the FBI, the louts are "using" the info.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 3, 2012 | By Tirdad Derakhshani, Inquirer Staff Writer
And now for something completely unexpected! ABC has announced that Seth MacFarlane will host the 85th annual Academy Awards telecast on Feb. 24. Sure: Put the famously crude animator and funnyman in charge of a three-hour-plus live show, in a room full of the celebs he's known for skewering. What could possibly go wrong? Says Seth, "My thoughts upon hearing the news were, one, I will do my utmost to live up to the high standards set forth by my predecessors; and two, I hope they don't find out I hosted the Charlie Sheen roast.
NEWS
October 1, 2010
EVERY DAY, millions march into liquor stores and stumble home from bars in the wee hours. Lives are destroyed. Homes are broken into pieces. Children suffer, but later replicate. This is, however, if the drunk doesn't drive. Thousands are dead in Pakistan. Unemployment is at 10 percent. The proud promise of a presidency is at a 38 percent approval rating. Thirty-three percent of all African-American males are in jail. But, the big story today (ABC News) is that Lindsay Lohan and Paris Hilton are guilty, again!
NEWS
September 22, 2010 | By Tirdad Derakhshani, Inquirer Staff Writer
  Japanese immigration authorities on Tuesday stopped Paris Hilton from entering the country following her guilty plea Monday to drug charges in Las Vegas. The Kyodo news agency says Paris, 29, was questioned for hours at Tokyo's Narita Airport. She was cleared to spend the night at an airport hotel but must report for more questioning Wednesday.   Cop: Sheen got off too easy Former Aspen, Colo., police officer Valerie McFarlane , who was on the scene when Charlie Sheen was arrested for assaulting his wife, Brooke Mueller , tells E!
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