Paris Hilton says she had ‘inappropriate’ relationship with eighth grade teacher: ‘She noticed me’

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Paris Hilton looks to his past in his new memoir – and not everything brings back good memories.

In Paris: Memoirs, the 42-year-old heiress reflects on her inappropriate relationship with an eighth-grade teacher at a Catholic school. She reminisces about how “all the girls in my class were crushing on this handsome young teacher” who had a “very Abercrombie” look.

Hilton writes, “Everyone loved him, including the nuns.”

It turns out that this teacher reciprocated the charm, telling him: “I have a crush on you.”

“They gave me attention in an important, grown-up way,” Hilton writes. “She flattered me and teased me and said all the other girls were talking about me behind my back because they were jealous.”

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The teacher then asked her for her number and “warned me not to tell anyone.”

Hilton writes that the teacher called her almost every night “and we talked for hours about how amazingly mature, beautiful and intelligent I was, how sexy, misunderstood and special.”

According to Hilton, his teachers often asked if his parents were home and one night when they were not, he decided to come over. “I saw a late-model SUV idling at the top the driveway,” she writes. “I climbed into the passenger seat. The teacher pulled me into his arms and kissed me.”

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“stars are Blind” The singer recalls the kiss “which seemed like a long ago and was developing into something more”—until her parents came home and saw Hilton and her teacher in the driveway.

She tried to run away, blaming Hilton for her behavior. She remembers him saying, “My life is over. What am I doing? Why did you make me do this?”

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He eventually dropped her back home, where Hilton tried to play dumb with her parents about what they’d seen — but it didn’t work. After the end the school year, cathy And Potato Sent his teenage daughter to live with her grandmother in Palm Springs, California.

And while Hilton writes that she never told anyone at the school, “somehow, people found out.”

But this did not change the reputation the teacher. “He was still Mr. Abercrombie,” she writes.

Miley's New Year's Eve Party -- Picture: Paris Hilton -- (Photo by: Dan Boczarski/NBC via Getty Images)

Miley’s New Year’s Eve Party — Picture: Paris Hilton — (Photo by: Dan Boczarski/NBC via Getty Images)

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She doesn’t know if she will ever get the results.

Hilton writes, “I do not know whether the teacher was affected or if any attempt was made to dissuade him from choosing another little girl.” “My parents never provided any information, and I never asked, but I think the fear bad publicity may have kept them from making a scene or pressing charges.”

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For years, Hilton tried to stop the experience.

“I never allowed myself to talk or think about what it really was or why I climbed out the window to kiss that stupid pedophile. It took me decades to really utter the words.” pedophile,” The this is paris writes the podcast host. “Casting him in the role child molester meant casting myself in the role of victim, and I couldn’t be there.”

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Hilton also writes that she “had a hard coming to terms with the fact that I had enjoyed something that was, in fact, completely despicable.”

“Even now, knowing in my grown-up mind that no child can ever be blamed for inappropriate adult behavior, my face is literally burning as I tell you this terrible secret,” she continues. “I’m not sure I’ll ever be able to completely shake it off. But it’s an important part my story.”

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Paris: Memoirs is out now.