Socialite and actress, Paris Hilton has revealed that it was hard for her parents to read her new book ‘Paris: The Memoir’ as the revelations in it weren’t always easy for her parents to handle.
During an appearance on Andy Cohen’s Watch What Happens, Paris, 42, revealed that she was nervous for her parents to read “so much of the book.”
“I talk about things I never told anyone. It was definitely very hard for my parents to read. It’s been very emotional. But I’m so, just proud to tell my story and to have made such a difference.”
“People are realizing I’m not a dumb blonde, I’m just very good at pretending to be one”.
Glamsquad reported that Paris Hilton disclosed things unknown about her as she takes a look at the past in her book.
Paris opened up about everything from her past relationships to her traumatic time in a CEDU boarding school programs, in which she claimed she experienced sexual abuse.
In the memoir, she sheds light on her infamous 2003 sex tape with then-boyfriend, Rick Salomon. She wrote:
“I don’t remember that much about the night he wanted to make a videotape while we made love. He had often said it was something he did with other women, but I felt weird and uncomfortable about it. I always told him, ‘I can’t. It’s too embarrassing.'”
She continued, “He kept pushing. I kept making excuses.” And while Salomon promised that the tape would remain private between them, Hilton recalled the ultimatum he gave her:
“He told me if I wouldn’t do it, he could easily find someone who would.”
“That was the worst thing I could think of — to be dumped by this grown man because I was a stupid kid who didn’t know how to play grown-up games.
Despite the truncating past, Paris is now in a much healthier relationship, with her husband, Carter Reum whom she gushes about in her memoir.
The couple welcomed their son, Phoenix Barron in February via surrogate.
In one of her interviews, she said:
“I’m so in love with my little angel. They say when you see your baby for the first time, you don’t know really how it is until you actually experienced it and it’s one of the most magical feelings in the world.”