'The Simple Life' star Paris Hilton granted 'Paris Exposed' injunction
UPI News Service, 02/03/2007
A federal judge issued a temporary restraining order against a company selling the viewing rights to many of Paris Hilton's possessions.
Bardia Persa acquired a storage locker filled with Hilton's possessions for $10 million after an unknown buyer acquired them at a storage facility's auction, TMZ.com reported. Persa is the alleged creator of parisexposed.com, a site where visitors can pay a fee to view the lurid materials, TMZ.com said. The restraining order has shut down the site for now.
The materials include confidential medical information as well as photos and videos showing the heiress engaging in graphic sex and illegal drug use, the report said. Hilton's Social Security number, address book, photo albums and journals are all included in the collection of her belongings.
Hilton's lawyer Howard Weitzman has filed suit against Persa for invasion of privacy and copyright infringement.
Persa is due in court Feb. 16 to attempt to get the injunction lifted, TMZ.com reported.
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