November 28, 2006

Paris Hilton Caught Up in Paparazzi Fight

Source: Softpedia

Paris Hilton Caught Up in Paparazzi Fight
The socialite’s bodyguard attacked a photographer

By: Entertainment News Staff

Paris Hilton and Bijou Phillips were caught up in a fight outside Los Angeles hotspot Mood on Wednesday night, according to Contactmusic.

The socialites were leaving the famous club after partying with Bruce Willis, Eddie Murphy and Lindsay Lohan, when they witnessed a clash that broke out in the street.
Hilton's bodyguard attacked a photographer who got too close to him; he pushed the man to the ground, yelling, "Don't ever touch me."

Paris tried to stop the conflict by signing photographs from the front seat of her silver Bentley, before driving off.

The 22-year-old wannabe actress is the great-granddaughter of Conrad Hilton, founder of the Hilton hotel chain. With homes in Manhattan's Waldorf-Astoria, Beverly Hills and
the Hamptons, she is a notorious jetsetter and socialite.

Paris has posed for such publications as GQ, Vanity Fair and FHM. She has also actively contributed to numerous fashion circles, often collaborating with top designers like Tommy Hilfiger, Joey and T, Heatherette, Richard Tyler and Jeremy Scott at their shows.

She has also tried to enter the movie business. In 2001, Paris made a cameo appearance in Ben Stiller's film Zoolander. Hilton’s additional film credits include roles in the Kate Hudson movie Raising Helen, Nine Lives and Wonderland with Val Kilmer. She also appeared in the feature The Cat in the Hat with Mike Myers and Win A Date With Tad Hamilton, with Kate Bosworth and Topher Grace. She is currently filming a horror movie titled House of Wax. Her recent TV appearances include NBC's Las Vegas and FOX's The OC.

Paris Hilton's TV show, 'The Simple Life', has been recently canceled by Fox.

According to a statement released on Wednesday, the network declared that the main reason they canceled the fourth season of the show was because of their stacked schedule.

"At Fox we have a unique midseason situation," the network said. "We're enjoying solid performances by our returning shows and we've also already ordered full seasons of Prison Break, Bones and The War at Home. Collectively, we did not see a place for The Simple Life on our schedule this season."

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