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Paris Hilton reveals intercourse tape expertise gave her PTSD

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WASHINGTON: American media persona Paris Hilton opened up about her notorious intercourse tape in a chat shot and revealed that the aftermath of the video has left her with ‘PTSD’ (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder).

According to Page Six, the socialite and former actuality star stated throughout a Vanity Fair Cocktail Hour, Live! chat on Thursday, “That will always be something that will hurt me for the rest of my life.”

“It’s always there in the back of my mind. When it happened, people were so mean about it to me. The way that I was spoken about on nightly talk shows and the media, to see things with my family was just heartbreaking. I would be in tears every single day, I didn’t want to leave my house, I felt like my life was over.”

Page Six reported that the tape was launched by Hilton’s ex-boyfriend, poker participant Rick Salomon in 2004.

Titled ‘1 Night in Paris,’ it confirmed footage of the pair having intercourse in 2001 – and it prompted a media sensation.

The 40-year-old star burst into tears and needed to maintain again on the chat as she recalled the expertise this week.

The socialite stated, “It was a private experience between two people. You love someone, you trust someone and to have your trust betrayed like that and for the whole world to be watching and laughing … It was even more hurtful to me to have these people think that I did this on purpose — that killed me. It still gives me post-traumatic stress disorder to talk about it.”

She continued: “I had always looked up to these amazing women like Princess Diana and I just felt like when he did that to me, [he] took that all away from me and people would never look at me the same.”

Hilton, who turned 40 this 12 months, not too long ago introduced that she is engaged to her boyfriend Carter Reum.

She is raring to “have babies” and has talked beforehand about present process IVF therapies.

The Vanity Fair Cocktail Hour, Live! was a digital pre-Oscars charity occasion that raised funds for the Motion Picture & Television Fund’s COVID-19 reduction efforts.