Another Paris Hilton Porn Flick Hits Cyberspace

Gretchen Gallen
NEW YORK – Paris Hilton, the hotel heiress who can't seem to wean herself away from being a porn starlet, was the subject this week of another sex video scandal.

A London-based media outlet claims to be in possession of a sample of yet another Paris Hilton sex romp, this time with two former boyfriends, Nick Carter and model Jason Shaw. The tape, which was allegedly stolen from Hilton's Hollywood Hills home several months ago, is 11 hours long and features shots of Hilton rolling a joint, loitering around her home naked, and fooling around in the back seat of a car.

Kevin Blatt, an adult entertainment publicist, told XBiz that several people were already shopping the tape around the Internet, but that because it was stolen there has been little interest so far. Blatt added that the tape includes Paris "smoking weed" and having sex with Carter and Shaw, a model for Tommy Hilfiger.

According to News of the World, in one scene, Paris opens a bathroom door for Shaw wearing only a Biore pore strip across her nose. The tape also includes a scene in which "Simple Life" co-star Nicole Riche makes a bisexual confession.

"It's Paris hanging out being Paris," Blatt said.

The tape is reportedly part of a collection of tapes stolen from Hilton's home that she shared with sister Nicky. Other items stolen at the time included jewelry and cash.

Blatt said that because the tape was obtained by breaking and entering into Hilton's home, that the people in possession of the tape could be facing grand larceny charges.

"They were obviously looking for smut on her," Blatt said. "When they find these guys they're going to put their heads on a stick."

Hilton's publicist, Elliot Mintz, speculated that the burglary was the work of a "professional gang of thieves" and that anyone who intentionally tried to market any of the video tape content stolen from the home would be sued by the Hilton family.

"Her [Paris Hilton's] legal people are pursuing all their options and will be pursuing this vigorously," Mintz said.

"One could say if you're a good person, you don’t invite this kind of behavior," Blatt said.

In the meantime, Blatt is working on a book about the celebrity sex scandal phenomena. He is also featured on a VH1 special titled "When Celebrities Get Scammed," which is listed on Time Warner Cable as "Celebrity Suckas." The segment first aired on Sept. 27.