Remember that author, Neil Strauss, who last week released an excerpt from his book in which he claimed a teenage Paris Hilton had silicone dirty pillows put in to annoy her parents, only to be told to take them out? Well, Strauss has released another excerpt from his new book in hopes you buy, buy, buy. Because stories about dirty pillows are trumped only by stories about hating Black men, in anecdotes about race, punctuated with the word ‘gross.’ It had long been alleged that Hilton was a serious racist; despite the multi-racial ethnicity of life-long friend Nicole Richie, Hilton has been caught on camera, after asking to be filmed at a party years ago, saying she and her sister were ‘dancing like two n****rs,’ before going on a classist rant about some ‘poor broke b**ch’ from ‘Compton’ with a ‘cheap car’ and ‘cheap education’ who’d annoyed her. Still aged 18-years, in a further anecdote about their meeting, Hilton is alleged to have told Strauss she ‘can’t stand Black guys,’ after making out with Vin Diesel (who’s always been ambiguous in what he’ll share of his ethnicity). During a conversation, Hilton mentions she ‘went out with that guy last night.’ Asked whom, she allegedly replied Diesel and added, ‘We were making out, but then we went somewhere where it was bright and I saw that he was black and made an excuse and left. I can’t stand black guys. I would never touch one. It’s gross.’ After thinking for a second, she asks Strauss if Diesel looks Black to him… ‘How black does a guy have to be?’ She replies, ‘One percent is enough for me.’ So, the actor was One Drop Ruled, rather than Brown Paper Bagged. Video, from a separate incident, during a New Year’s party, is below and contains LOTS of racist/ classist/ homophobic/ anti-Semitic, yes really, language from Hilton’s own mouth; starting in a clip where she begins, ‘I’m Black and I steal… [unintelligible].’ Pictures show Hilton with Diddy in 2006, and on his birthday red carpet in 2004.
Those who’re interested may like to see ‘Multi-Facial’; Diesel’s 1995 short-film, about being an ethnically ambiguous actor trying to get a break back in the day.