Starting more than 20 years ago, Paris Hilton built a carefree public image, becoming in the process a celebrity "influencer," reality TV pioneer and social media star with millions of fans. But underneath it all was a very different Paris Hilton, a woman traumatized by experiences in her teenage years. In the documentary This Is Paris , from YouTube Originals , Paris reveals her true self. "This is the first time in my life where I've ever been so vulnerable, open and honest," Hilton said on a panel for the documentary at Deadline's Contenders Television: Documentary + Unscripted awards-season event. "It was a very therapeutic and healing experience. And I'm so grateful to have really opened up and told the truth, because I feel like I've just been misunderstood and underestimated for way too long." Related Story Contenders Television: Documentary + Unscripted: Livestream, Schedule, Lineup In the film directed by Alexandra Dean , Hilton recounts moving to New York with her family when she was 15. She started sowing wild oats, partying at New York nightclubs and becoming a fixture in gossip columns. Alarmed, her parents sent her away to various "tough love" boot camp-style schools, including one in Utah… Read full this story
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