Paris Hilton Speaks Out About The Abuse, Says She Suffered A lot At Utah School

Paris Hilton has been speaking out about the abuse she says she suffered at a boarding school in Utah in the 1990s. She said the treatment was so traumatizing that she has suffered nightmares and insomnia for years.

American media personality Paris Hilton is coming out openly about the abuse, she says she suffered years ago at a boarding school in Utah, as she lobbied Monday for a bill trying to control the state’s troubled teen industry.

As Paris Hilton was transferred to Provo Canyon School for 11 months at age 17 where she says she was abused a lot mentally and physically, remembering that staff members would beat her, force her to take unknown pills, watch her shower and send her to solitary confinement without clothes as punishment.

The socialite and reality TV star also spoke about the abuse in a documentary titled This is Paris that was released in Sept 2020 year.

Hilton testified at a state Senate committee hearing at the Utah Capitol in favor of the bill that would need more government oversight of youth residential treatment centers and require them to document when they use restrictions. The measure passed unanimously following heartfelt testimony from Hilton and several other survivors.

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"Talking about something so personal was and is still terrifying. But I can not go to sleep at night knowing that there are children that are experiencing the same abuse that I and so many others went through, and neither should you."

-- Paris Hilton

The 39-year-old star said the treatment was so 'traumatizing' that she has suffered nightmares and insomnia for years.

The Provo institution is now under new ownership. The administration has said --- it can’t comment on anything that came before the change, including Hilton’s time there. A statement on the school website says the previous owners sold the school in 2000.

Since the documentary was released, other celebrities have spoken out about their experiences at the school or others like it, including Michael Jackson’s daughter Paris Jackson and tattoo artist Kat Von D.

During her testimony, Hilton declared on President Joe Biden and leaders in Congress to take action and said she intends to pursue federal legislation.

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"This is just the first step," --- Paris told to media. "This bill is going to definitely help a lot of children but there’s obviously more work to do, and I’m not going to stop until change happens," furthermore she added.

Hilton has recently started "This is Paris Podcast" announced that it is now available to listen to collaborating with iHeart Radio. See her Insta post:

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