The women who accused Donald Trump of sexual assault only want money and to get famous, this is according to Paris Hilton. A transcript of the interview posted on Twitter by interviewer Irin Carmon on Tuesday revealed Hilton's full response to the questions.
Hilton, who hit stardom after her infamous sex tape leaked online, said she is a close friend of Mr. Trump and she has heard other people say far worse. Hilton may have rebranded herself as a feminist, but her unabridged remarks don't seem to be supportive of women-they seem to be straight from the Donald Trump defense playbook.
'I feel like, a lot of people, when something happens, all these opportunists will come out. I do not believe what was said. These days the former reality star is the world's highest paid DJ and successful businesswoman in her own right, managing a variety of product lines and business endeavors.
"I'm sure that they were trying to be with him, too", said Hilton.
As for the women who allege that Trump sexually assaulted them, the ultimate self-promoter: "I think that they are just trying to get attention and get fame".
Having said all that, it doesn't seem like Hilton knows much about the allegations. I did not really pay attention to it.
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The reality star claimed: "I have heard guys say some pretty insane things. I don't believe it".
Zervos attorney Gloria Allred stated that after Trump was accused by several women of sexual misconduct, he "knowingly, intentionally, and maliciously threw each of these women under the bus", and repeatedly called them "liars".
"I've known him since I was a little girl". I could have been like that, but because of this video I will always be judged and perceived as people perceive me because of an intimate moment between my boyfriend and me.
Now, we're EXCLUSIVELY hearing from an insider close to the 36-year-old that Paris "wasn't informed" and was "being naive" when she made those destructive comments "almost a year ago before this disaster of a presidency".
As Carmon notes in her profile of Hilton, Hilton did say in 2004 that she never intended the private 2001 sex tape to be distributed and sold; she even sued the distributor on that point and settled out of court.