It's another trouble to solve for Paris Hilton. The socialite always followed by troubles whenever and wherever she goes. Don't you think so?! That's her anyway.
What's new is that the hotel heiress has been sued by one of ex-fiance Paris Latsis' ex-girlfriends who accuses her to make a defamatory statements about her. Model and actress Zeta Graff, who dated Latsis for two years before Paris Hilton, claims the "Simple Life" star made up stories about her about their June 30 run-in at the London nightclub Kabaret.
An article published in the gossip columnist Richard Johnson's Page Six section on July 2 mentioned that Zeta attacked Paris because she was jealous, and tried to tear up a $4 million diamond necklace borrowed to Hilton by Graff Diamonds, the company run by Francois Graff who happens to be Zeta's ex-husband. On the other way around, in the suit she filed, Zeta claimed it was Hilton who came that night to her, whispering in her ear "You're a f****** b****. I'm going to destroy you."
Outrageous, Zeta hired a powerful Los Angeles attorney, Marty Singer, accuses Paris of planting "vicious lies" in the Post, leaving her reputation "irreparably harmed" and is seeking $10 million damage.