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Paris Hilton revealed that she struggled to discuss the abuse allegations leveled against her in the recent documentary “This Is Paris.”

Hilton detailed her experience at Provo Canyon School in her YouTube Originals special, which premiered in September. The reality TV star alleged that she spent 11 months in “constant torture” and bullying by staff members. The 40-year-old also alleged that violent restraint was used at the time. He dropped out of school in 1999 at the age of 18.


yahoo entertainment reported that she further explained how her family has dealt with the allegations since her peacetime series “Paris in Love”, which extensively details her marriage to Carter Rem. The outlet shared that the “Stars Are Blind” singer discussed the situation in conversation with her brother, Baron Hilton. She notes that she has not been able to discuss her time at school with her mother and does not believe she will be able to bring it up to her mother in the future.

“Every time I bring up Provo, my mom changes the subject,” Hilton told the cameras. “I don’t want to hurt her feelings, I don’t want to upset her.”

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Kathy and Richard Hilton reportedly sent Paris to school in the 1990s after behavioral issues in New York City. However, they didn’t explicitly talk about the Paris experience, instead choosing to keep things light in their relationship.

“Mom is just so funny and chill, she really doesn’t like to be serious,” Hilton explained. “I haven’t really had a serious, deep conversation about things like this. She doesn’t like to think about it. She just likes to be happy. I don’t want to kill her vibe.”

Cathy’s representatives did not immediately respond to Granthshala News’ request for comment.

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Socialite Paris Hilton says her mother Kathy Hilton changes subject when she tries to talk about her past abuse.

Granthshala News spoke with six alumni and a former boarding school employee, who shared their stories and corroborated Starr’s claims that they were either victims of or suffered physical and mental abuse. , which included forced drugs, beatings, solitary confinement and intimidation by employees.

An alumnus, 33-year-old Lee Goldman from Toronto, Canada, attended PCS from 2002–2004. She spoke to Granthshala News on September 4, the 10th anniversary of the day she attempted suicide.

At the time in her life, she was embroiled in a lawsuit against PCS, alleging that a school employee humiliated the then-teenage as a means of injecting a drug against her will. Failure to prosecute the case was dismissed by the Fourth Judicial District Court in the state, according to court documents obtained by Granthshala News.

Paris Hilton discusses her family's reaction to allegations of abuse at her boarding school.

“Paris can make really big changes to the industry as a whole,” Goldman said, adding that Hilton’s documentary could force actionable change in the behavioral health industry.

PCS declined to address the allegations ahead of Hilton’s documentary, telling Granthshala News in a statement in September, “Originally opened in 1971, Provo Canyon School was sold by its previous owner in August 2000. Therefore We can’t comment on the operation or the patient experience. Before this time.”