Friday, September 22, 2006

Dumbass Paris Hilton Shamed By Video Tapes

Paris Hilton is set to be embarrassed by an episode of Dateline NBC which will air police interview tapes with the hotel heiress, in which she admits she's "not that smart." The star was quizzed over a 2004 robbery at Girls Gone Wild producer Joe Francis' Los Angeles home, because Francis claims she told him information about a suspect at a later party. But Hilton told investigators she was not a reliable witness, because she has a bad memory and isn't clever. The confession can be heard on an audio tape to be aired on television's Dateline NBC. The sometime singer/actress says, "Like I really... I don't remember. I'm not like that smart. I like forget stuff all the time." Detectives are heard on the tape trying to coax Hilton to remember what she told Francis.

New York Daily News, is also reporting, A sorry tale of Hilton's latest tape. A newly surfaced Paris Hilton video reportedly includes an ugly racial remark. Paris Hilton has two faces - and one of them is very, very ugly. In a recently surfaced 12-hour videotape, Hilton is shown in a rather disturbing scene with two African-American men who ask her if she would model their fashion line.

Hilton, standing with pal Brandon Davis, is polite to the men, but calls them "dumb n--s" after they leave, according to British reporter Carole Aye Maung, who reviewed the tape. "Two ... guys begin talking to her," Maung told us. "She's being very, very sweet to them. [But] she definitely uses the N-word. It's so cruel, because they were so lovely, and she was being so lovely to them." Hilton's reps refused to comment when asked about this specific incident on the tape, first uncovered by Star magazine.

According to Maung, the marathon recording includes footage of Hilton "making love" with Nick Carter in the back of a car, greeting one-time boyfriend Jason Shaw in the nude and rolling a "cigarette." She jokes: "It'll be Paris Hilton Two: How to roll a joint." It's doubtful she's laughing today.

Pic Credit: Chico Town and Source and New York Daily News

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