Hotel heiress Paris Hilton has become the latest celeb to be caught in a row over using racial language.
In a video on ParisExposed.com, Paris and sister Nicky can be seen in a clip, hitting the dance floor and stating that they were ‘like two n - - - - - s’.
However, the racial smear is not the only statement made by Paris and she can be seen spewing ‘faggot’ a number of terms at another dancer, in the video, which was one of the numerous items that she left in an L.A. storage facility with other personal stuff.
The other personal items include ‘reports of a miscarriage and a medical prescription for genital herpes’.
The stuff was bought by Nabil and Nabila Harniss for $2,775 at auction, after Hilton avoided paying the charge for her locker, and the couple offered to sell it back to Hilton, but wanted more than $2 million.
Meanwhile her publicist has said that the video was true and that he was not going to deny what happened.
“I'm not going to make any attempt to spin this. It happened. I'm not going to deny it happened," New York Post quoted Eliot Mintz, as saying. Mintz added that everyone at one point of time uses words that they later regretted. He added that the event took place six years ago, when Hilton was only 20.
"Each of us has used words we have regretted later. This was six years ago. She was 20 at the time. It was New Year's Eve, “ he said.
He added that Hilton was drunk and that she was sorry for using the slur.
“She had been obviously drinking. She sincerely regrets using those words. She is not a racist or an anti-Semite."
Earlier, Paris' friend Brandon Davis had told the ‘National Enquirer’ two years ago, after he had a spat with the heiress, that she used the racial slur frequently.
The video, shot in what seems like a house, shows a fire blazing in the fireside by the dance floor.
The sisters are dancing with Nicky's then husband, Todd Meister, and a man, who might be Paris' ex-beau, model Jason Shaw.
Hilton and her pal Joe Francis, the "Girls Gone Wild" producer who appears in some of the home videos, have taken legal action to close down the ParisExposed.com Web site, for it invades their privacy.
But after a brief shutting, the site was found running on February 2.
The Harnisses are charging 39.97 dollars per month for access to their site, in which another video shows Paris in and out of a bubble bath.