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Paris Hilton’s Doc: Abusive Exes, Traumatic Schooling and More Revelations

US Weekly Logo By Emily Longeretta of US Weekly | Slide 2 of 11: When Paris was in high school, the family moved to New York City and she got “addicted to the nightlife,” despite her very strict parents. “I just felt like the queen of the night. That’s where I really became Paris.” However, that caused her parents to worry and try to keep her inside, ultimately locking her in her room. When that didn’t work, they sent her to “emotional growth schools” where she had all her personal belongings taken away and she was forced to do manual labor. When she tried escaping, she claims she was caught and abused. “We ran through cornfields, through mountains,” she says. “The guys that worked at the camp grabbed us, and we got back and they literally beat the hell out of us in front of everyone.” Later, she was sent to “the worst of the worst” schools, Provo Canyon School in Utah — and remained there for 11 months.

Becoming Paris

When Paris was in high school, the family moved to New York City and she got “addicted to the nightlife,” despite her very strict parents. “I just felt like the queen of the night. That’s where I really became Paris.”

However, that caused her parents to worry and try to keep her inside, ultimately locking her in her room. When that didn’t work, they sent her to “emotional growth schools” where she had all her personal belongings taken away and she was forced to do manual labor. When she tried escaping, she claims she was caught and abused. “We ran through cornfields, through mountains,” she says. “The guys that worked at the camp grabbed us, and we got back and they literally beat the hell out of us in front of everyone.”

Later, she was sent to “the worst of the worst” schools, Provo Canyon School in Utah — and remained there for 11 months.

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