Paris Hilton’s lifestyle and appearance is admired by many people. She rose to prominence in 2000s and has made sure to stay in the limelight since then. Recently, the media personality made a horrifying revelation.
Hilton alleged that staff members at the Provo Canyon School in Utah would “conduct cervical exams” on other female students and her under duress. The 42-year-old claimed in a New York Times article published Tuesday,
“Very late at night, this would be around like 3 or 4 in the morning, they would take myself and other girls into this room and they would perform medical exams.”
Hilton further alleged that it “wasn’t even with a doctor” but rather “it was a couple of different staff members who would have us lay on the table and put their fingers inside of us.” As her voice started to tremble during the video interview, the socialite continued, “And I don’t know what they were doing, but it was definitely not a doctor. And it was really scary, and it’s something that I really had blocked out for many years.” It was certainly a haunting experience for Hilton, who very young at the time. For Hilton, who was still a child at the time, it was undoubtedly an unsettling experience.
“But it’s coming back all the time now, and I think about it. And now, looking back as an adult, that was definitely sexual abuse.”
On Twitter, the “Simple Life” star also described her gruesome ordeal. She shared that she was “forced to lie on a padded table,” spread her legs, and undergo a “cervical exam.” Hilton has continuously spoken out about her time at the controversial boarding school in the past, publicly advocating for the type of facilities that Hilton attended to be reformed.
When she was 16 years old, Rick and Kathy Hilton sent their oldest daughter to Provo Canyon School in Utah due to her rebellious nature. She was there for 11 months before being brought back home. Meanwhile, representatives for Provo Canyon have yet to address the issue. Stay tuned to Thirsty.
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