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‘The teacher pulled me into his arms and kissed me’: Paris Hilton revealed she was groomed during her teenage years


Paris Hilton bravely came out and spoke out about the case as the actresses learned she was the victim. On Tuesday, Paris Hilton published an essay about all the hardships she faced during adolescence, in Paris: The Memoirs

Paris Hilton, who grew up in a pretty stable condition, never thought her professor would do this to her. Paris Hilton didn’t understand what was happening, but as the hotel’s heirs now recall, she understood that she was a victim.

What happened to Paris Hilton that made her call herself “the victim”.

She described the teacher as “Mr. Abercrombie”, and recalled a “handsome young man” teacher telling her he had a crush on her.

The teacher allegedly gave Hilton, who was in her early teens at the time, his phone number and told her to keep her communications private.

Paris quotes her: “Mr. Abercrombie called me almost every night, and we talked for hours about how amazingly mature, beautiful, and intelligent I was, how sensual, misunderstood, and idiosyncratic I was,” she writes.

Later, when her parents moved to Paris, she had to catch up with them. It didn’t stop the meeting as the “Simple Life” star talked about her teacher, whom she referred to as “Mr. Abercrombie,” secretly visiting her when her parents weren’t home.

During that time, the teacher “pulled me into his arms and kissed me,” Paris commented and also talked about how her parents grabbed her as they drove home in Mr. Abercrombie’s car.

After the accident, her parents took her to France that summer to live with her grandmother, and she put off facing the inappropriate relationship in her mind for a long time.

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Paris commented:

“It took decades for me to really speak the word paedophile,” notes the “Paris in Love” star. “Having him play a child molester meant putting myself in the victim role, and I just couldn’t go there.”

Paris Hilton took him to “Paris: The Memoir” by telling the truth.

Hilton, who had a difficult past and difficult teenage years where she didn’t realize what was going on with her because she was an innocent minor, now understands how the victim was behind all the terrible things that happened to her.

Although the people and the media did not have any basis in truth to build the story, they started spreading false information and building a narrative on false lines forcing it to come out and announce the truth for people to see and understand what is behind it. hardship.

In June 2021, news broke that the ‘Stars Are Blind’ singer was writing his memoirs. By stating this in the remaining portions of her memoir, she will discuss her background in almost as much detail as possible, including how she was drugged and sexually assaulted at the age of 15 and forced to make a sex tape with Rick Salomon four years later. .

The reason was that Paris wanted to send a detailed message to the public so that they would know everything. In her words, Hilton wrote, “I hope people understand me in ways they haven’t before and see that there is so much more to me than they ever knew.”

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Joanna Swanson

Joanna Swanson is Europe correspondent at the Thomson Reuters Foundation based in Brussels covering politics, culture, business, climate change, society, economies and inclusive tech. With specific focus in breaking news, she has covered some of the world's most significant stories.