After One Night in Paris, what more is there left to see of the tabloid-friendly title character? Plenty, according to the minds behind parisexposed.com, a subscription-based Website launched Tuesday that is offering access to a load of Paris Hilton’s personal items in exchange for a monthly fee. The site, which charges $39.97 and is teasing potential subscribers with a video still of Hilton soaking in a bubble bath, boasts that its brain trust has “retrieved, catalogued, itemized and digitized every last item” seized from a Los Angeles storage facility in November 2005, when Hilton apparently failed to pay a $208 bill for her sizable locker.
You know, there’s really nothing that this website is offering that I haven’t already seen. Having access to Paris Hilton‘s personal items for $39.97 a month seems like a rip off if you ask me. It’s not like we haven’t seen Paris Hilton’s sex tape already. Anyway, for some reason, I don’t think this is the whole truth. I mean, it wouldn’t surprise me if she’s the webmaster behind ParisExposed.com. Actually forget that, the girls too dumb to work a computer.