Hilton single, ready to mingle
It seems in Paris Hilton's life shipping heirs only make an entry to take their exit soon. The hotel heiress, who began dating Stavros Niarchos, a Greek shipping heir, has split from him and is back to living the single life.india Updated: May 03, 2006 20:04 IST
It seems in Paris Hilton's life shipping heirs only make an entry to take their exit soon.
Paris' representative Elliot Mintz has announced that the hotel heiress, who began dating Stavros Niarchos, a Greek shipping heir, following her parting of ways with ex-fiancé Paris Latsis, also a Greek shipping heir, has split from Niarchos, and is back to living the single life.
"Paris has elected to move on with her life," E!Online quoted Mintz as saying."She has no intentions of saying anything negative about Stavros. I trust they will be able to remain friends and hope people will not attempt to sensationalise her personal decisions," Mintz added.
Before coupling with the hotel heiress, Niarchos was linked to Mary-Kate Olsen, who called their breakup "a hurtful and painful subject."
However, Hilton's decision to "move on" has apparently been termed as a rather cool and sensible one.
According to contactmusic.com, Hilton allegedly broke off the relationship just before she left for Austria where she made an appearance at a music festival for a fee of $1 million.
A source said, "Paris dumped him. He wanted Paris to spend the summer on his yacht, but she doesn't want to party with kids on a boat. She is going to promote her album."
Hilton was recently spotted having lunch with football player Matt Leinart and it sparked rumours that the two were dating.
The source added, "There is an attraction, but they haven't hooked up."
These days Hilton is also talking about being deeply religious person.
According to pagesix.com, she spoke to Michael Musto for Out magazine and said, "I am Catholic. Of course, they are not going to run pictures of me in church."
The interview was filmed for an episode of The Simple Life.
First Published: May 03, 2006 20:04 IST