Amber Wolf Peris Hilton


Peris Hilton

   Paris Whitney Hilton. She was born on February 17, 1981 in New York. American actress, singer, songwriter, fashion model, designer, DJ.      Paris Hilton was born February 17, 1981 in New York in the family of Rick and Cathy Hilton. He is the great-granddaughter of Conrad Hilton, the founder of the Hilton hotel chain. Her grandmother, grandfather, and aunt Kim and Kyle Richards were filming. She is the oldest child in the family, she has a younger sister - Nicky Hilton, and two brothers - Barron and Conrad Hilton. As a child, Grandma Peris Hilton gave her the nickname "Star". Childhood Hilton was held in different places - in the hotel Waldorf Astoria in Manhattan, in the New York home of the family, in Beverly Hills, in Hampton. Since childhood, Paris has been more interested in its own appearance than in self-development. She entered the Dwight School in New York, where she was expelled, but later Hilton still received a certificate of secondary education. Paris Hilton is known for her scandalous social life, because of which she is presented in the media primarily as a "socialite, It-girl" and even as the main "secular lioness of the planet". In September 2006, Hilton was arrested on suspicion of drunk driving. At the trial, she pleaded guilty and was sentenced to a fine of $ 1,500, and she was given a probation period of 36 months. In January 2007, Hilton was detained for driving with revoked rights, in February 2007 - for speeding and driving with lights turned off at night. As a result, the Hilton case was again transferred to court. On May 4, 2007, Hilton was found guilty of violating the conditions of the probationary period, and sentenced to 45 days' imprisonment. In accordance with the court's decision, Hilton was to appear at the Twin Towers Correctional Facility in Los Angeles no later than June 5, 2007, to begin serving the term. June 3, 2007 at 11:38, after attending the MTV movie awards ceremony, Hilton, accompanied by relatives, was taken to prison. On June 7, 2007, in connection with the deteriorating health condition of the Hilton, the sheriff of Los Angeles County Lee Baka signed an order to replace the original punishment for 40 days of house arrest. The next day, on June 8, a court session took place, at which Judge Michael Sauer considered that there were no compelling reasons for replacing the punishment, and ordered Hilton to return to the correctional facility to serve the initial term. On June 26, 2007, at 00:15, Hilton was released after serving a total of 23 days in jail, half the original term. In 2007, Paris announced that she wants to be frozen after her death. She transferred a large sum of money to the Institute of Cryonics so that the scientists of the future could resurrect it. "Thanks to this, my life can be prolonged for hundreds and thousands of years," she said. In 2009, Paris Hilton received three Golden Raspberry Prizes for dubious merits in the field of cinematography.

Here is such a bright girl blonde - a prototype of our little Paris.      

Let me introduce you to our next of kin.



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