Hilton axed from book about heiresses

Paris Hilton has been cut from a photo book featuring heiresses since she was sentenced to jail. Photographer Roger Moenks was planning to include Paris in Inheriting Beauty, but he and his editors “bounced Paris by unanimous vote,” Moenks’ agent told the New York Post, adding, “She tried to play society like a game of three-card monte. Let’s hear it for high standards.” Other heiresses to be featured include Roberta Armani, Dylan Lauren, Allegra Hicks, Nadja Swarovski and Casey Johnson.

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  1. Joanne Barevich • June 1, 2007 @ 9:00 AM

    Cant this woman afford a cab?

  2. Rose • June 1, 2007 @ 9:25 AM

    I think that little Paris needs to be kicked off of her pedistal as well as all of the other Hollywood, Beverley Hills girls.
    They are setting incredibly poor examples for our young women today. Their parents should be doing more to make sure that their children aren’t causing trouble as some of them are under age.

  3. Kolleen • June 1, 2007 @ 9:33 AM

    hehehe thats exactly what I was thinking cant she (or Lindsay Lohan) afford to get someone to drive them home from a club? The rest of us do!

  4. LAUREL • June 1, 2007 @ 9:40 AM


  5. GLENN • June 1, 2007 @ 9:46 AM

    Too bad she can’t be forced to live in the real world for a time. Maybe a live version of “Trading Places” could be done somehow.
    No brain, no pain.

  6. vranakumpel • June 1, 2007 @ 11:17 AM

    Hilton is getting exactly what she deserves. I hate these high-society types who think they can get away with murder. The judge went too easy on her, in my book. I would have thrown her in jail for a year.

  7. Terry • June 1, 2007 @ 11:43 AM

    It’s easy to say, “Paris is getting what she deserves”. But unless you are personally affected by a drunk driver or did it yourself; and what if your daughter was in this situation. Yea, she did the crime so she must do the time, but we can still have grace towards her. Maybe Jail will do her some good though.

  8. Bill • June 1, 2007 @ 11:56 AM

    I agree with Christopher. Treat her like a “non-person”. No articles, photos, publicity of any kind. After all, what on earth does this woman contribute to society? Nothing. She’s a parasite, who is famous for being famous. Who needs her?

  9. unknown • June 1, 2007 @ 1:13 PM

    Lets not be the judge. There is one judge who will do the juding one day. I say, clean your own door steps before you trying cleaning others..

  10. D • June 1, 2007 @ 3:40 PM

    Goes to show that money cannot buy EVERYTHING in life – no matter how much you have inherited. Well Done for the decision-makers to stand up for what’s right, praising the ones who deserve it and letting others get on with their lives. Who knows? They may yet grow up one day …

  11. Scamp • June 1, 2007 @ 4:45 PM

    Who cares anyway? stop wasting your life worrying about other people’s problems. If everyone did that this would be a non-issue. Let’s try to keep it that way. I will still be eating a BBQ steak when I get home, and this story will have no bearing upon that. Have a good weekend!!!!

  12. deborah stalker • June 2, 2007 @ 6:20 PM

    paris thinks her money can buy her out of trouble. i”ve always been told, if you can”t do the time, don”t do the crime. she”s finally finding out how the other half lives, ha! ha!

  13. kassi • June 3, 2007 @ 12:54 AM

    AWW thAat sucks maybe she will make the book when she get older more mature and more respected.. if that ever happens?? but i do think she should be in that book.

  14. Wendy • June 3, 2007 @ 7:59 AM

    Spoiled little rich girls who think no one can touch them. She didn’t get what most of us think she should have but then again who are we to judge? Hopefully she will learn her lesson from this and become more responsible. Take care all.

  15. rag • June 4, 2007 @ 10:52 AM

    It is about time Paris gets the punishment that others would have received a long time ago if they were not in Paris social level and others like her, Lindsay etc. The blame game is ridiculous that they try to blame others for their mistakes. They are old enough to know what they are doing is wrong. If their parents or handlers have not told them all they have to do is believe what they see in the papersThey cannot blame it on unflattering pictures. Blaming the paparazzi is another thing, they do seek the publicity, and they are paid to be in these places or at least get freebies, so that pictures will be taken of them. The whole thing is tiring.

  16. sylvie • June 21, 2007 @ 11:14 PM

    Quand on cherche à se faire remarquer, et bien on se fait remarquer par n’importe laquelle façon. Quand elle sortira elle nous dira qu’elle a trouvé cela difficile pour ses fans mais qu’elle a bien compris la leçon et elle va faire la petite starlette qui manipulera encore avec comme thème “Dieu m’a parlé” Elle est tellement centrée sur elle même que nous la verrons prêcher pour la bonne conduite. Pauvre fille sans cervelle. Le genre de personne qui me pue au nez.

    I’m sorry ma language french but I’m québécoise.

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