Warning: This article contains memories of child rape and sexual abuse that may trigger some readers. Discretion is advised.
BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA: In another revelation from her dark past, Paris Hilton revealed that she was “groomed” by her eighth-grade teacher who “kissed” her and told her she was sultry. In her new memoir, “Paris: The Memoir,” where the hotel heiress, 42, details a series of traumatic experiences she faced growing up, Hilton recalls a “beautiful young teacher in middle school, whom she nicknamed “Mr. Abercrombie,” telling him he had a “crush” on her.
The socialite alleges that when she was a young teenager, the instructor told her, “I have a crush on you”, before asking her for her phone number and warning her not to tell anyone. “Mr. Abercrombie called me almost every night, and we talked for hours about my maturity, my beauty and my intelligence, my sensuality, my incomprehension and my particularity,” she said. written in his memoir, according to DailyMail.
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It took her ‘decades’ to realize she was a victim of child abuse
The ‘Simple Life’ star also claims the professor ‘reminded’ him of the 13-year age gap between Princess Diana and Prince Charles as well as the fact that Priscilla Presley was 14 when Elvis Presley ‘fallen in love with her. . Eventually, while her parents Kathy Hilton and Rick Hilton were away, “Mr. Abercrombie” paid a secret visit to the Paris house. Paris wrote: ‘The teacher hugged me and kissed me,’ adding that her parents discovered them in her car after she got home. Then she remembered “Mr. Abercrombie” blaming her and asking, “Why did you make me do this?” »
After that, parents in Paris sent her to live with her grandmother in France for the summer. She said it took her “decades” to realize she had been the victim of child abuse. She wrote: “It took me decades to utter the word pedophile. Putting him in the role of child molester meant putting me in the role of victim, and I just couldn’t go there.”
She was a victim of rape
In the memoir, the actress describes having her first sexual encounter at the age of 15 when she was raped by an older man. When Paris lived with her grandmother in Palm Springs, she traveled with her friends to the Westfield Century City mall in Los Angeles. She said the older guys frequently chatted with them in the shops and one day she asked Paris and her pals “to come over to their house”.
Paris claimed that one of the men took particular pains to convince her to drink the “berry wine coolers” offered to her. She said: “When I took maybe a sip or two, I immediately started to feel lightheaded and lightheaded. I don’t know what he put in there; I guess it was a roofie [Rohypnol].” She added, “I became aware of a crushing weight on me. Suffocate me. Break my ribs. I felt a jolt of panic and tried to get up, but the momentum was lost, as if something had severed my spinal cord. When I tried to scream, there was no air in my lungs. All that came out was a little raspy “stop…what’s going on…stop…” until this guy clapped his hand over my mouth – like, aggressively – like, hard. He clung to my face and whispered, ‘It’s a dream. It’s a dream. You’re dreaming.’