Paris Hilton says she had an “inappropriate” relationship with an 8th grade teacher – National

In her new memoir, Paris Hilton spills the dirt and contemplates her past, both good and bad.

In Paris: The memory, heiress Hilton alleged that she was groomed by her Grade 8 teacher when she was just 14. She claimed the incident happened at her Catholic school with a “handsome young teacher” who had a “very Abercrombie” image.

“Everyone loved her, including the nuns,” Hilton, 42, wrote.

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Hilton said the inappropriate relationship with her teacher – identified in the book by the nickname “Mr. Abercrombie” — started when he told Hilton he was returning the favor.

“He made me feel noticed in a big, grown-up way,” Hilton said. “He flattered and teased me and said all the other girls were talking about me behind my back because they were jealous.”

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‘Paris: The Memoirs’.


Hilton claimed the teacher asked her for her home phone number and called her almost every night.

“We talked for hours about my maturity, my beauty and my intelligence, my sensuality, my incomprehension and my particularity,” she wrote.

Hilton said Mr Abercrombie “reminded” him of other famous relationships with big age gaps, including Princess Diana, who was 13 years younger than Prince Charles at the time, and Priscilla Presley, who was 10 years younger than Elvis Presley.

Hilton, who just became a mother via surrogate, claimed at the time that she never felt like she was being manipulated by her teacher – rather she felt like she was “worshipped”.

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“The focus was on my intoxicating beauty rather than her inappropriate behavior,” she wrote.

The situation escalated when Hilton claims the teacher asked to visit her house when her parents were away. When Hilton, 14, saw the teacher’s car idling in her driveway, she said she got into the passenger seat and he kissed her.

As the kiss “seemed to evolve into something more,” Hilton said her parents returned home.

Hilton alleges the teacher left the house with her still in the car. She says her parents, Rick and Kathy Hilton, pursued her until Mr. Abercrombie took Hilton home.

“I don’t know where he would have taken her if my parents hadn’t stopped in the driveway,” she wrote.

Hilton tried to lie to her parents about the incident, but it didn’t help. She said the incident served as the catalyst for her being sent to live with her grandmother in Palm Springs, California.

She wrote that it took her “decades” to utter the word “paedophile”.

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“Every Grade 8 girl is a treasure, like a priceless piece of art, so you’d like to think that every Grade 8 teacher will be like a security guard at an art gallery,” Hilton wrote. “He’s not here to enjoy the beauty; he is there to protect him. He’s there to enforce the rules, and rule number one is: DO. NOT. HIT. Keep your fingers, lips, and man bits away from the masterpieces.

The memoir sees Hilton address a myriad of personal moments throughout her life and career, including the release of her unauthorized sex tape, being allegedly cornered by former film producer and convicted rapist Harvey Weinstein, and publicly stating mistakenly that she voted for Donald Trump in the 2016 election. (Hilton said the reality was “even worse: I didn’t vote at all.”)

Paris: memories was released on March 14.

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