Still has nightmares about her childhood – Paris Hilton

Paris Hilton, an American media person, musician, model, and actress, still had a tough time looking back on her childhood, and it haunts her today. Hilton set to the subject of “This is Paris,” a documentary that will explore the heiress’ past and probe into her upsets and how she became the individual everyone knows her to be today.

Hilton reveals her negative feelings about her past in the documentary, and “people magazine” shared the story. She says that she is nervous and is shaking, and it is difficult for her even to eat because her stomach is just like turning. Further, she adds that she does not know – it is something that is very personal, and not somewhat she was talking about.

The ex-reality star adds that no one really knows who she is. Something happened in her childhood that she never talked about with anyone. She still has nightmares about it. Per the outlet, Kathay Hilton, the mother if Hilton and Nicky Rothschild Hilton, her sister will also appear in the document. Alexander Dean directed the film documentary and will premiere on the YouTube channel of Hilton on 14th September.

Paris Hilton spoke about her new documentary

Previously, Hilton spoke about the documentary during her appearance on The Talk, naming it very therapeutic to film.

The former Simple Life star said that she became too close with the director, and she really asked her several questions. She started thinking about her past and what she realized just how much it affected her life and how long she holds it so much shock. Hilton also admitted that she learned too much about herself through the film.

Still has nightmares about childhood – Paris Hilton
Paris Hilton, an American musician, model, and actress
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Furthermore, Hilton says that she thinks when people watch this documentary, they are really going to see a different side to her than they have ever seen before. Because she honestly did not even know who she was up until this year.

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1 COMMENT

  1. With millions of newly unemployed people about to have their welfare cut and many of those set to be evicted with nowhere to go, it’s hard to muster sympathy for the pain of the scion to a family fortune of billions and perpetual party girl. Just not feeling her pain.

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