Paris is Giving Heiresses a Bad Name
It seems like the Hilton family isn't the only group close to Paris that may be embarrassed by her ridiculous behavior. Ivanka Trump thinks that Paris is tarnishing the reputation of the uber-privileged everywhere. I cry crocodile tears for you, Ivanka. The Mini Female Donald asserts that she works hard for her money, bought her own house from her father, and pays her own mortgage, among other things. Here's more:
“I think we are totally different individuals,” Trump said. “If I were to go off the rails and become this party kid, I would not be able to afford my lifestyle. I’ve never had a sense of entitlement. I saw how hard my father worked for his money and it was always made very clear to me that things wouldn’t just be given to me.”
Yes, Ivanka, I'm sure nothing was ever handed to you on a silver platter. I mean, she may have a point, but it's not like either one of those girls really pulled themselves up by their Dolce & Gabbana bootstraps. In other Hilton news, it would be nice to get some sort of statement from her camp about the unpleasant (understatement of the century) material brought to light by Paris Exposed, but it seems like Elliot Mintz's Paris puppet show prefers to pretend the whole thing never existed rather than face the controversy.
P.S. It's only right that Paris was at the post-Grammys party -- she is a musical artist after all. Meanwhile, can you see her blue underwear line through her dress? All class.
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