Paris Hilton Recalls Taking Quaaludes, Drinking to Make Sex Tape

paris hilton revealed that she drank heavily and took the sedative-hypnotic Quaaludes before making her sex tape.

According to an excerpt from his forthcoming book, Paris: memorypublished by The times In the UK on Saturday March 4, Paris, 42, recalled making her sex tape with her then-boyfriend, rick solomonwhen I was 19 years old.

Paris does not directly name Rick, 55, in the memoir, though she noted that he began dating him when she was 18 and he was 32. She also referred to her ex by the nickname “scum.”

“I don’t remember much about the night I wanted to videotape our lovemaking,” the New York native wrote in the excerpt, according to USA Today.

He claimed that Rick “kept pushing” for them to be recorded during sex and eventually relented.

“I was not capable of the level of confidence required to make a videotape like that,” Paris wrote of the experience. “I had to drink myself to exhaustion. Quaaludes helped. But I did it. I have to own that. I knew what he wanted and I went with it.”

The heiress claimed that Rick threatened to break up with her if she did not make the tape. “He told me that if he didn’t do it, he could easily find someone who would, and that was the worst thing I could think of: this grown man leaving me because he was a stupid kid who didn’t know how to do it. to play adult games,” she explained. “The truth is that he wanted to be alive in a sensual way. He wanted me to feel like a woman who is comfortable with herself.”

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Paris admitted that she “felt like my life was over, and in many ways it was” following the release of the sex tape in 2004. “Certainly the career I had envisioned was no longer possible,” she wrote. “Everything that I wanted my brand to be, the trust and respect that I was trying to rebuild with my parents, the shred of self-esteem that I had been able to regain, all of that was instantly ruined.”

Paris Hilton recalls taking Quaaludes to make a sex tape:
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He Simple life alum also shut down speculation that she was behind the sex tape release. “If this was something she had chosen to do, she would have done it,” she wrote in her memoir. “I would have stood my ground, capitalized, taken the shit out of every frame and then gone to the bank without apologizing to anyone.”

Paris: memory will be released on Tuesday, March 14.

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