During Paul Walker’s fan memorial on Sunday, two planes flew overhead with a message from Paris Hilton. But the heiress is now claiming she had nothing to do with it.
On Dec. 8, fans flocked to the Santa Clarita, Calif., site where Paul and his friend, Roger Rodas, lost their lives in a car crash. They paid tribute to the 40-year-old actor by leaving pictures, candles and other mementos while the aircrafts flew by with the Paris banners.
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The full message read “R.I.P. God be with Fast & Furious star Paul Walker…# 269. Our hearts go out to his friends & family (heart) #17 Paris Hilton.”
The 32-year-old heiress took to Twitter on Monday to deny she had any involvement with the act.
I am so horrified that someone would hire a plane to fly over Paul Walker's crash site with messages from me. So disrespectful.— Paris Hilton (@ParisHilton) December 9, 2013
I am so horrified that someone would hire a plane to fly over Paul Walker's crash site with messages from me. So disrespectful.
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It seems Paris has become a punch line for a jokester or two as of late. After Nelson Mandela passed away, a tweet that looked like it was from Paris’ Twitter account began circulating, reading: “RIP Nelson Mandela. Your ‘I Have A Dream’ speech was so inspiring. Amazing man.”
The tweet suggested that Paris confused Nelson with Martin Luther King, Jr., who delivered the famous civil rights speech in 1965. Paris slammed the alleged pranksters on Twitter.
Whoever made that stupid fake tweet lacks respect to the loss the world is mourning right now. Same goes for all the blogs who ran with it.— Paris Hilton (@ParisHilton) December 5, 2013
Whoever made that stupid fake tweet lacks respect to the loss the world is mourning right now. Same goes for all the blogs who ran with it.
To make matters worse, the blonde beauty tended to some family issues over the weekend when her brother Barron was sucker punched by a fellow club goer. He was at the same club as Lindsay Lohan in Miami and alleged that she put a “hit” out on him.
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He posted a photo of his injuries on Instagram:
“They both will pay for what they did,” Paris commented. “No one f—ks with my family and gets away with it!!!”
Barron reportedly told cops that Lindsay orchestrated the whole thing. Lindsay’s mother and father, Dina and Michael, however, claim their daughter had nothing to do with the attack.
It's safe to say, this isn't one of Paris' best weeks ever.
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