Paris Hilton reveals her parents’ ’emotional’ reaction to her new memoir
Paris Hilton has revealed her parents’ reaction to the recent release of her memoir, Paris: The Memoirs.
while appearing inWatch what’s happening liveWith Andy Cohen this week, DJ admitted her parents got “emotional” when reading them.
In the New notesShe shared more details about the alleged abuse she suffered when she attended Provo Canyon School in Utah, and claimed that her teacher in the eighth grade Bring it back.
“I talk about things I’ve never told anyone,” Hilton told Cohen. “It was really hard for my parents to read.”
She continued, “It was very emotional. But I am incredibly proud to be telling my story and making such a difference to the troubled teen industry.”
The Post has reached out to a representative for Hilton’s mother, Kathy Hilton, for comment.
Iin 2020Hilton released an original YouTube documentary, “This Is Paris,” which revealed more about the abuse she allegedly suffered while at the Utah school.
Going to school, she said, affected her deeply, and made her unable to trust anyone, even her own family.
About a year later, she made a trip to Congress to help lobby for a legal bill of rights for those children held in pool care facilities, like the one she attended.
“Imagine if your child were to suffer abuse, neglect, or die in the name of treatment, wouldn’t you do everything you could to protect them,” Hilton said during the press conference at the time. the post Previously mentioned.
The release of Hilton’s memoir comes from the recent news she said We welcome the sunPheonix Barron, via surrogate with her husband, Carter Reum, in January.
This is her first child.
while talking to Harper’s Bazaar The “Stars Are Blind” singer revealed her cover story in March 2023 Keep the child a secret from her family and did not tell them about him until his arrival.
“My whole life has been very public,” the former “Simple Life” star explained at the time.
She continued, “I didn’t have anything to myself. We decided we wanted to have this whole experience to ourselves.”