Paris Hilton

Paris Hilton, born in 1981, is an American model, singer, actress, entrepreneur and stylist. She is the heiress great-granddaughter of Conrad Hilton, founder of the Hilton luxury hotel chain, whose fortune is estimated at around $800 million. Paris Hilton's assets amount to approximately $300 million.

In 2003, a pornographic video was released with the title 1 Night in Paris, where Paris appears with her ex-boyfriend Rick Salomon. The video was published by Salomon without Hilton's consent. Between 2003 and 2004 she was in a relationship with Backstreet Boys singer Nick Carter.

In 2019 she started dating the entrepreneur Carter Reum, her long-time friend. On February 17, 2021, her 40th birthday, she announced her engagement to Reum. The two got married on November 11, 2021 in Bel Air. On January 25, 2023, she announced the birth of her son Phoenix via her social media, through a surrogate mother.

On February 27, 2007, Paris was arrested after driving at approximately 113 kilometers per hour in a 56 speed zone, again with an invalid ID. Furthermore, she didn't have her headlights on, despite the night time.

On May 4, 2007, Paris Hilton was sentenced by Judge Michael T. Sauer to 45 days in prison. The heiress initially decided to appeal the sentence, promoting an online petition to ask Californian governor Arnold Schwarzenegger for pardon. The petition was created and organized on May 5, 2007 by Joshua Morales. In response, various opponents launched counterpetitions to validate the sentence decided by Judge Sauer. Both petitions received thousands of signatures. Hilton then decided to change lawyers and abandon the decision to appeal the sentence.

Hilton was ordered to prison for 45 days starting June 5, 2007. The heiress complied with the order, and reported to the Century Regional Detention Facility, a women's prison in Lynwood, on the scheduled date, after attending MTV Movie Awards on June 3, 2007. However, Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca signed a document on June 7 allowing Hilton to return home with 40 days of home detention and an electronic bracelet due to health reasons not specified.