Paris Hilton complained about sexual harassment at school
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Paris Hilton admitted that when she was at Provo Canyon School, she and other students were subjected to forcible physical examinations.
Paris Hilton stated that staff at Provo Canyon School in Utah forcibly “performed a cervical examination” she and other students. She stayed in a closed boarding school for 11 months before her parents took her home. This writes Page Six.
Paris Hilton has repeatedly said that the Provo Canyon School (Provo Canyon School), where her parents sent her because of her “rebellious nature”, had terrible rules.
Then the girl was sixteen and, according to her, she knew that the orders would be strict, but they turned out to be too terrible.
“It was supposed to be school, but the lessons were not important at all. I was constantly shouted at, from the moment I opened my eyes in the morning until the evening, until I went to bed. This there was continuous torture,” Paris admitted.
In the 2020 documentary “This is Paris,” a socialite revealed that at Provo Canyon School, students were force-fed drugs and thrown into a punishment cell for a day.
The other day she came out with a statement that she was sexually abused at this school.
“Very late at night, around 3 or 4 in the morning, they took me and other girls to a certain room and performed medical examinations,” Hilton, 41, said in a New York Times article.
She noted, that the examination was not carried out by a doctor, but by two different employees who made the students lie still and “put their fingers in us.”
Three former classmates of Paris confirmed her story, saying that they experienced the same thing.
“I cried while they held me down and said, 'No!' They just said, 'Shut up. Lie still, or you will go to the punishment cell. “It is important for me to talk about these painful moments so that I can heal and help put an end to this violence,” Paris admitted.
Now she advocates the reform of institutions like Provo- Canyon. And she teamed up with human rights organizations to urge the federal authorities to take action against such educational institutions.
Explaining why she had not previously spoken about her painful experience, Paris Hilton admitted that when she left the boarding school, then was so happy that she did not want to remember the experience anymore.