Paris Hilton Facing Class Action Lawsuit For Snubbing Contractual Obligations
Paris Hilton is defending herself against a proposed multimillion class action lawsuit from a group of party promoters after reportedly failing to show up for a series of scheduled appearances in Italy and Germany last weekend.
Michael Marx, who organized the events in Germany, tells local daily Blid that Paris pulled out of appearances in both Germany and Italy, postponed flights, and disrupted “the whole program.”
Hilton, however, has hit back at the “no show” claims, insisting she was misled by promoters, who failed to tell her she’d be stopping in a nudie bar!
“On arriving in Germany Miss Hilton’s security visited the ‘night club’ booked for the appearance and discovered it was a strip club, the venue had been misrepresented to Miss Hilton by the talent promoters. Miss Hilton does not support or endorse strip clubs and this type of establishment,” a rep for the socialite explained in a statement Wednesday.
“Given this blatant and exploitive misrepresentation, the promoters were in material breach of their contract and Miss Hilton was, consequently, excused from further obligation to appear and instead remained in the privacy of her hotel. Any other reports of events from this night are fabricated and false,” the statement continued.
“Miss Hilton did honour the remainder of her agreement with the promoters and attended the additional three events in Italy.”