Paris Hilton Sued Over Lack Of ‘Pledge This’ Promotion

The Associated Press reports Worldwide Entertainment Group Inc. filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Miami against Paris Hilton, alleging the heiress didn’t fulfill promotional obligations in 2004 for the movie ‘National Lampoon’s Pledge This!’. The company said it paid 27-year-old Hilton and her company, Entertainment Inc., $1 million for “Hilton’s acting services” and for “reasonable promotion and publicity” for the 2006 film. The company is seeking $75,000 in damages. Read more.

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August 5, 2008 – Paris is responding to John McCain’s recent political attack ad against his Democratic rival Barack Obama, where the heiress, along with Britney Spears, was compared to the Illinois senator. After offering her solution to the energy crisis, Hilton told viewers, “See you at the debate, bitches.” Paris also said she was looking at Rihanna to be her running-mate. Watch the comedy clip below.

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One thought on “Paris Hilton Sued Over Lack Of ‘Pledge This’ Promotion

  1. Ara says:

    World Wide Entertainment is mogul Jack Utsick’s now bankrupt company. He is accused of securities fraud.

    This is just an attempted shakedown by the bankruptcy lawyers who are trying to go after anyone they think can be hit up for money.

    But no one will ever believe that Paris Hilton refused to promote something that stands a chance to make money, she loves to promote business deals.

    The shyster lawyers are barking up the wrong (money) tree.
    It was a stupid movie, plain and simple. No amount of promotion could save this howler.

    Hilton’s “House of WAx” and “Hottie and the Nottie” are actually good movies.

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