“Investigation of me”: Paris Hilton speaks about sexual abuse
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“Exams on Me”
Paris Hilton speaks out about sexual abuse
10/12/2022, 11:15 am
Paris Hilton’s allegation that she was abused at a boarding school is not new. Now, however, the 41-year-old speaks explicitly about sexual abuse for the first time. Several men had passed on her and other classmates.
Paris Hilton has resubmitted allegations of abuse against a boarding school she attended for about a year in the late 1990s. The 41-year-old first made the allegations against Utah’s Provo Canyon School in September 2020 in her YouTube documentary “This Is Paris.” In February 2021, she also testified against the facility in court.
Hilton previously said she was emotionally, physically and psychologically abused by school staff as a teenager. In a video for the “New York Times” and in several tweets, she is now more specific.
She comments on something “I’ve never talked about,” Hilton wrote on Twitter, explicitly accusing school staff of sexual abuse for the first time. “At Provo Canyon School, I was woken up in the middle of the night by male employees who took me to a private room,” Hilton said. The men carried out ‘examinations on me’, she continues. “Because I was sleep deprived and heavily medicated, I didn’t understand what was going on. I had to lie down on a padded table, spread my legs and undergo an examination,” Hilton explains.
“This was a recurring experience, not just for me, but for other survivors as well,” Hilton said. “I was hurt and I am crying as I write this because no one, especially a child, should be sexually abused. My childhood was stolen from me and it breaks my heart that this is still happening to other innocent children.” For her it is “important to talk about these painful moments so that I can heal and end this abuse”.
In an Instagram post, Hilton Universal Health Services (UHS), which owns the facility, also called for “Provo Canyon School to close on April 1, 2023.” She shared, among other things, several photos in which she can be seen at a demonstration against institutional child abuse.