AceShowbiz - Paris Hilton has told for the first time how she was assaulted aged 15 by an older man who knocked her out with date rape drug Rohypnol. The multi-millionaire hotel heiress, who welcomed her first child named Phoenix Barron Hilton Reum with her 42-year-old venture capitalist husband Carter Reum, has also revealed she was kissed in her teens by a predatory teacher who bombarded her with phone calls.
She said in a candid chat on her troubled past with the February issue of Glamour magazine, ahead of the release of her tell-all autobiography "Paris: The Memoir", about being drugged as a teen after she and her friends met a group of men at the Century City Mall in Los Angeles, "We would go there almost every weekend. That was our favorite thing to do and these (older) guys would always just be hanging around the stores... we'd talk to them, give them our beeper numbers."
"And then one day, they invited us to their house and we're drinking these berry wine coolers. I didn't drink or anything back then, but then when I had maybe one or two sips, I just immediately started feeling dizzy and woozy. I don't know what he put in there, I'm assuming it was a roofie (Rohypnol)," she recalled.
The socialite added she woke a few hours later and found her friend had left, but she had memories of being abused. She said, "I remembered it. I have visions of him on top of me, covering my mouth, being like, 'You're dreaming, you're dreaming,' and whispering that in my ear."
The incident happened when Paris was sent to live with her maternal grandmother after she says she was targeted by a teacher. She added, "I was just such a young girl and I got manipulated by my teacher. He took advantage of a young girl and that was something I blocked out as well, I didn't remember it until years later. He would call me on the phone all the time, just flirting with me, trying to put in my mind that I was this mature woman."
One night when he lured her to his car she said they kissed, before her mum and dad drove up - and chased them at 100mph. She said, "We only kissed, but if my parents didn't come, imagine what he would've tried to do? We literally drove through Bel Air at like 100 miles an hour. We were going so fast and somehow we got away from them through a red light. He was freaking out and drove me back home to Bel Air, where he was like, 'Get out.'"
Paris said she went into her house and pretended to be asleep, and added, "To this day, I've not talked about it with my family. I've never told anyone. I don't know what it was, I just felt so ashamed by the whole situation – just from the beginning at such a young age and it really stuck with me in a weird way."
Paris first revealed details of her abusive past in her 2020 YouTube documentary, "This is Paris" - including abuse she suffered during her two years at schools for troubled teens, as well as being the victim of a leaked sex tape.