Paris Hilton details ‘scary’ moment Harvey Weinstein followed her into restroom: ‘Ya wanna be a star?’

Hotel heiress Paris Hilton counted herself among the victims of disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein’s predatory sexual abuse as she alleged multiple advances that only ended when security “literally carried him away.”

Earlier this week, Weinstein’s Los Angeles rape and sexual assault trial concluded with a sentencing of 16 years in prison on top of the 23 years his 2020 New York trial had awarded him. While doing a feature interview with Glamour for their February issue, the 42-year-old celebrity detailed her own encounter with the man when she was a teenager attending the 2000 Cannes Film Festival.

“It scared me and freaked me out,” she explained to the outlet after having two separate run-ins with the man she contended she knew was a threat.

“He came up to the table and was like, ‘Oh, you want to be an actress?’ And I said, ‘Yeah, I really want to be in a movie.'” she recalled of a lunch she had the day before a gala event. “I was a teenager, so I was impressed by him. I was like, ‘Oh my god, Harvey Weinstein is so cool!’ and he said, ‘Well, we should have a meeting. You can come up to my room and read scripts’…and I just didn’t want to go, so I never went.”

The following night was the American Foundation for AIDS Research (amfAR) gala, and it was there that Hilton claimed Weinstein followed her into a restroom screaming, “Ya wanna be a star?”

“I went into the bathroom and then he followed me. He tried to open the door, he was hammering on the door, banging on it. And I wouldn’t open it, because I was like, ‘I’m in a stall, why do you want to come in here?’ And I just wouldn’t open it,” she recalled. “And security came and literally carried him away and he was like [shouting], ‘This is my party,’ going nuts. It scared me and freaked me out.”

The outlet wondered if Hilton was familiar with the producer’s reputation of sexual abuse and she contended, “Yeah, and it was just someone so powerful in Hollywood who everyone was terrified of. I didn’t even want to say anything about it because I was like, ‘I don’t want people getting mad at me for saying anything,’ because it was just a known thing. He was just like that and people were like, ‘OK, just turn a blind eye.'”

During the interview, Hilton also went on to describe how her first sexual experience came at the age of 15 when she said she was raped by one of the “[older] guys” who had invited her and her friends to their house where she suspects she had been slipped Rohypnol. “I remembered it. I have visions of him on top of me, covering my mouth, being like, ‘You’re dreaming, you’re dreaming,’ and whispering that in my ear.”

That traumatic experience was followed by the previously reported claim that he had been sexually abused by the staff at her Provo, Utah boarding school where she said non-medical employees would routinely wake the girls to perform “cervical exams” on the students.

As for her charges against Weinstein, a spokesperson for the convicted sex offender denied the allegations to Fox News Digital saying, “This never happened.”

“He had always treated Paris Hilton with the utmost respect and kindness, and always believed they had a cordial relationship. There were many people at AmFar (the American Foundation for AIDS Research), and this is provably false. Unfortunately, Paris Hilton is trying to get in on the current news cycle using his name with yet another creative story,” the spokesperson added. “Too bad it’s all too convenient and seemingly popular to just say it without anything backing it up.”

Republished with permission from American Wire News Service


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