Paris Hilton says leaked intercourse tape was…

 

The former reality star is one of the subjects of new documentary “The American Meme,” which explores the perils of social media fame. A link has been sent to your friend’s email address. Paris Hilton speaks onstage at the screening of “The American Meme” during the Tribeca Film Festival in New York Friday. (Photo: Mike Coppola, Getty Images) NEW YORK — In a new documentary, Paris Hilton opens up about her not-so-simple life.  The hotel heiress and fashion mogul is one of the much-followed subjects of The American Meme, which premiered at Tribeca Film Festival late Friday night and tracks the rises (and falls) of social-media stars such as Hilton, Josh “The Fat Jew” Ostrovsky and Brittany Furlan.  Hilton, 37, is awarded the most screen time, recounting how she catapulted to fame at 19 after a risqué photo shoot for Vanity Fair with her sister, Nicky Hilton, and went on to star in reality TV show The Simple Life with Nicole Richie. Paris Hilton says leaked sex tape was ‘like being raped’ in new documentary

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