In her new biography, Paris Hilton is letting a lot of things out, including the fact that she felt a lot of humiliation when Pink imitated her infamous sex tape in her song video.
When the singer made fun of her 2003 sex tape with her ex-boyfriend, Rick Salomon, in the music video for “Stupid Girls,” three years after its publication, Paris claims she felt unsupported.
In “Paris: The Memoir,” PH reveals that she was under pressure to work on “One Night in Paris” with Salomon, who was 33 at the time and she was only 19. When the commotion and slut-shaming had mainly subsided, she claims Pink didn’t make things better and instead only made her feel humiliated.
Paris writes, “When everyone was buzzing about a sex tape of a certain teenage girl from a soon-to-be-hit TV show – a girl who said emphatically over and over that she did not want the tape out there – the takeaway was Stupid Girl”.
She reiterated her claim that she was “tipsy and fatigued” when she consented to record the tape and that she had no idea it would be made public. She claims Rick threatened to find a replacement for Paris if she declined to record the recording.
You may recall that Rick sued Paris for defamation, but she countersued and won a settlement of about $400,000.
Paris claims she doesn’t have a grudge against Pink, but she is undoubtedly speaking the truth.