Paris Hilton shares impact of making bombshell documentary

Paris Hilton

Paris Hilton does not regret doing her tell-all documentary that shocked many people.

Nearly a year ago, Paris Hilton released her first tell-all documentary series that revealed the abuses she suffered from.

This is Paris particularly told Hilton’s experience in Provo where she, reportedly, suffered from mental and physical abuse. She detailed how she was forced to take pills as the staff invaded her privacy even while taking a bath.

Following her stay, she got nothing but the trauma that caused her nightmares and insomnia for years.

Fortunately, the documentary itself helped her heal, and she recently explained further how it happened.

How the documentary saved Hilton

The 40-year-old socialite spoke to WSJ Magazine about how recalling the trauma enabled her to move on with her life.

“I used to have very bad insomnia,” she said. “But ever since I did my documentary and I’ve been doing all of my work for my cause to help the children, it’s been so healing that I don’t have nightmares anymore.”

She added that she needs eight to 10 hours of sleep to help herself keep going the next day.

Fortunately, Hilton enjoys it again as her hours changed a lot. From being awake late at night, she managed to get enough hours of sleep again.

Pandemic helped her, too

Apart from the documentary, Hilton credited the pandemic for helping her reprioritize.

According to Simple Life alum, she used to be one of those people who needs to get out everywhere. But due to the ongoing strict COVID-19 protocols, she stays at home for her safety.

With the current situation, she realized that she does not have to appear in all events.

“Also, just getting so much work done with the technology we have available, I just feel like I’ve saved so much time. I can literally do 20 Zooms in one day, get a week’s worth of work done in one day,” she went on.

Hilton used the same interview to re-share her experience at Provo Canyon School and the 11-month continuous torture.

Fox News previously spoke with six former students one ex-staff of the boarding school to verify Hilton’s claims. The witnesses proved the socialite’s statements, confirming that they either suffered or witnessed abuses themselves.

These, reportedly, include bullying by staff, beatings, and forced medications, among others.

As of the writing, Provo has not released a proper statement. Instead, they revealed that the PCS was sold by its previous owners in August 2000.

Featured image courtesy of Eva Rinaldi, CC BY-SA 2.0 <>, via Wikimedia Commons

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