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Paris Hilton Sues Web Site ”Paris Exposed”

After Paris Hilton failed to pay an outstanding balance on a storage container, the items that she once owned went up for sale for none payment and was bought for $2,775 by Nabil and Nabila Haniss of Culver City, California and then sold to Bardia Persa for $10 million dollars who then created ParisExposed.

After Paris Hilton failed to pay an outstanding balance on a storage container, the items that she once owned went up for sale for none payment and was bought for $2,775 by Nabil and Nabila Haniss of Culver City, California and then sold to Bardia Persa for $10 million dollars who then created ParisExposed. Bardia Persa is stated to have made the items publicly available to see online. Since then Paris Hilton has filed a lawsuit against the website ParisExposed which launched on January 23, 2007 for invasion of privacy, copyright infringement for displaying pictures, medical records, home videos, receipts and more of the celebrity/hotel heiress and her family. Anyone who wanted to view any of the items was asked to pay a $39.97 fee to the site after taking a tour to see what it had to offer.

According to the lawsuit, that was filed in federal court in Los Angeles on Monday, it states that her belongings were taken from a storage container after a moving company failed to pay the bill.

"This action seeks to enjoin perhaps one of the most single egregious and reprehensible invasions of privacy ever committed against an individual," Hilton's attorneys wrote in the lawsuit..

"I was appalled to learn that people are exploiting my and my sisters' private personal belongings for commercial gain," Hilton, star of the reality TV series "The Simple Life," said in a declaration attached to the lawsuit.

The website is still currently operating.

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