Paris: "Biggest Invasion of Privacy EVER"
The heiress files a dramatic lawsuit against the founders of that shocking new website...
We reported last week how loads of Paris's personal belongings ended up on the site after a missed payment on a storage locker of hers led to her stuff being put up for public auction. (Read the story here.)
Now the sometime singer/actress/model has filed a lawsuit damning the creators of the site and the couple who purchased her belongings in the first place.
"I was appalled to learn that people are exploiting mine and my sister's private and personal belongings for commercial gain," she said.
She also revealed the website creators had tried to sell her belongings back to her for an "extortionate price" but she turned them down.
Paz filed the suit on Monday (January 29) - which puts paid to rumours she is receiving a cut of the money made from the site's 21 subscription fee.
The lawsuit claims that the site operator is trying "to enjoin perhaps one of the single most egregious and reprehensible invasions of privacy ever committed against an individual."
It also says, "This case marks a new low point in the public's obsession with the details of celebrities' lives."
When asked by reporters how Paris is coping with the situation, her spokesman Eliot Mintz responded, "How would you feel?"