Monday, July 30, 2007

Paris Hilton Disinherited

Paris Hilton has reportedly been cut off from her inheritance by her billionaire grandfather according to ninemsn.com.au in Australia. Paris was supposedly to receive a $59 million inheritance from her grandfather, Conrad Hilton, the co-chairman of the Hilton Hotel chain.

The 79-year-old Hilton appears to be so fed up with how Paris has sullied the family name that he has also cut off his 10 other grandchildren too. He will instead put the family fortune into a charitable foundation.

Can't you just hear the rest of the family? "Thanks a lot Paris!" Won't she be the popular one at the next family reunion?

How could any grandfather be ashamed of a granddaughter who dresses like the photo to the left? What is there not to like about this look?

Nicole Richie, Paris' sidekick in their TV show "The Simple Life," was just sentenced to 96 hours in jail for driving under the influence of drugs. Richie is also three months pregnant.

Meanwhile, our favorite Parisian has put her Los Angeles home up for sale to the tune of $4.25 million according to thebosh.com. It seems that Paris wants to move to a bigger house in a gated community.

Why would a narcissist like Paris want to live where it is harder to be seen? Isn't that simply defeating the whole purpose of her existence?

All of the Parisites (Paris Hilton supporters) out there can take comfort from the report that Paris is working on her second singing album, even though the first was a bit of a flop.

Plus, her Internet sex video is being readied for its second release. This time it will have a jail house flavor.

Aah! Don't you just love America? Capitalism is everywhere.

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2 comments:

BoomerSooner said...

I love it. It’s about time a celebrity’s actions has repercussions. I’ve always wondered how her family elders felt about all the embarrasment that she has brought to the Hilton name. Since she influences so many young girls, maybe they will get the message that their actions will eventually have consequences. The icing on the cake is that the money will go to charity as long as she can’t still get her hands on it later.

McCafferty Himself said...

BoomerSooner, I think you said it all.