AceShowbiz - Paris Hilton's marriage to Carter Reum may not last long, according to Joe Francis. The "Girls Gone Wild" founder insisted that "no way in hell" his ex-girlfriend could maintain a long-lasting relationship due to her alleged bad behavior.
In the Wednesday, January 12 episode of "Behind the Velvet Rope with David Yontef" podcast, the 48-year-old entrepreneur was asked if he thinks his ex's marriage to Carter will last. In response, he bluntly replied, "No way in hell."
During the conversation with David Yontef, Joe claimed that Paris "started beating" him after he allegedly tried breaking up with her back in 2003. The season 3 star of "Couples Therapy" added, "I swear to God, I had to call the security of [the hotel], and then she started beating me because she was drunk."
"And then, I had [Nicky Hilton] staying in my room and Nicole Richie staying in my room, and I'm like, 'Look Nicky, I'm going to kick your sister out of the room right now,' " Joe further recalled. He added, " 'And if she hits me again, I'm calling the security, and I'm going to have my security, take her out.' "
Joe claimed that Paris "hit [him] again," which prompted him to have his security escort her into the hallway. However, he said that "The Simple Life" alum allegedly found her way back to his suites and was "beating down the door all night."
"That's the craziest woman I've ever dated, ever," Joe stressed. He went on to say, "She's out of her mind. A hundred percent out of her mind. When I broke up with Paris Hilton, she told me that I couldn't break up with her because she was Paris Hilton."
Paris herself previously denied that she and Joe ever dated. After Joe's home was burglarized in 2004, the "House of Wax" actress told the Los Angeles Police Department that he was "not [her] ex-boyfriend." It's also reported that when asked if Joe was someone she dated, she clearly said, "No."
Upon learning of Joe's allegations made on the podcast, a source close to the 40-year-old socialite told Page Six that the accusations were "not true." The insider noted, "It's actually quite the opposite."