Paris Hilton has revealed she’s ready for motherhood as the heiress gives credit to her boyfriend for helping her through abuse she endured in boarding school as a teenager, she told DailyMail.com exclusively.
The 39-year-old socialite and entrepreneur gives fans a completely different perspective on her enchanting life in her new documentary This Is Paris, which premiered on YouTube on Monday.
Hilton became so close to director Alexandra Dean during filming that she revealed secrets she’d never shared before about being mentally and verbally abused at Provo Canyon School, a boarding school she attended in Utah.
Hilton said she suffered from severe nightmares every night, but expressing her experiences helped release many of those painful emotions, as well as her relationship with boyfriend Carter Reum.
Now Hilton said she is ready to focus on having a family with Reum, 39, saying, ‘We have an incredible relationship that makes me feel so happy and safe that I don’t have nightmares anymore.’
She added, “I can’t wait to have my daughter called London.”
Paris Hilton has revealed she’s ready for motherhood as the heiress gives her friend Carter Reum the credit for helping her get through the abuse she endured in boarding school as a teenager, she told DailyMail.com exclusively
Hilton said she suffered from severe nightmares every night, but speaking up about her experiences helped release many of those painful emotions as well as her relationship with Rheumatism.
Hilton revealed secrets she’d never shared before about mental and verbal abuse at Provo Canyon School, a boarding school she attended in Utah. Pictured: Hilton at boarding school as a teenager
Hilton said she never wanted to reveal her deepest darkest secret, but that changed when the film’s director gained her confidence.
She explained: ‘The premise of the movie was about my life and being a businesswoman and all the hard work I put into it and this just happened organically where I got so close to the director that I started talking about traumatic experiences occurring in my life.
All the memories I tried to erase with my head just started to flow back. I didn’t want this in the movie, even during the editing process I thought it was too personal. I had never told anyone. ‘
Hilton spent 11 months in Provo Canyon from 1998 to 1999, before leaving when she turned 18.
She had ended up there after being sent to a series of boarding schools, after a rebellious phase while living with her family at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City.
Provo Canyon, the latest in a series of schools her parents enrolled her in, focused on behavioral and mental development.
It has come under fire for questionable practices and persistent claims of widespread emotional, verbal and physical abuse.
Now Hilton said she is ready to focus on having a family with Rheumatism (pictured together), saying, ‘We have an incredible relationship that makes me feel so happy and safe that I don’t have nightmares anymore’
Hilton left school in 1999, after she turned 18, and recalled, ‘I was so grateful to be out of there, I didn’t even want to mention it again’ (pictured in August 2000)
Hilton told People about her time in boarding school: “From the moment I woke up until I went to bed, it was screaming in my face all day, yelling at me, constant torture.
‘The staff would say terrible things. They constantly made me feel bad about myself and bully me. I think their goal was to tear us down.
And they physically assaulted us, beat us, and strangled us. They wanted to instill fear in the children so that we would be too afraid not to obey them. ‘
The 39-year-old socialite and entrepreneur gives fans a completely different perspective on her enchanting life in her new documentary This Is Paris.
She added: ‘I had panic attacks and cried every day. I was so miserable. I felt like a prisoner and I hated life. ‘
Three of her former classmates from Provo Canyon also appear in the documentary, making similar allegations, including using coercive drugs and being given forced medication.
Hilton, who paved the way for the influencer generation, said she now feels a sense of relief and purpose coming to the fore with her story, which sheds light on the troubled billion dollar teen industry, which she is all too happy with. knows.
She said, ‘I can’t sleep at night knowing this still happens to kids and if I don’t say anything I don’t know who will do it. I’m looking for ways to help and talk to survivors. ‘
“I use my voice and my platform to speak for all the children who have not been heard or believed, and for anyone who was too afraid to speak because they were ashamed.”
‘We are not the ones to be ashamed of. These adults who abuse children, and people who manipulate families into putting children in these places where they are not safe, these are the ones who should be ashamed. ‘
Hilton has also joined forces with the Breaking Code Silence movement, aimed at supporting survivors and spreading awareness about the troubled teen industry.
In addition to releasing her 28th fragrance, 19th product line and a third hotel property, the savvy businesswoman says a new album is also coming out and investing in a variety of new tech products.