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Paris Hilton: “The Held Me Down, Spread My Legs…” [WARNING: Graphic]

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Paris Hilton got our attention with the comments she made about Donald Trump. The mainstream media won’t even cover this.

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Hilton opened up about the nightmare she had to live with as a teenager. She was abused at residential treatment facilities for patients diagnosed with attention deficit disorder.

It wasn’t a treatment. It was systematic child sexual abuse.

WARNING: This article contains graphic stories.

Here she is with Sen. Chuck Grassley:

From Yahoo News:

In my 2020 documentary, “This is Paris,” I revealed a secret I had kept for more than 20 years: When I was 16, I was taken from my home in the middle of the night and spent almost two years at a series of residential treatment facilities. My parents had been conned into believing that my diagnosed attention deficit disorder behavior would be fixed with “tough love.”

I’m still processing the trauma, doing the hard work it takes to tell the whole story in a memoir that will be published next year. It takes all my courage to talk about it, but I couldn’t stand knowing that children as young as 8 years old are being sent to these “troubled teen” programs by parents who don’t know and government agencies that don’t care.

Sexual assaults of children

The last stop on my terrible journey was Provo Canyon School, a lockdown facility where I was sent after I escaped from a couple boot-camp type places. On my first day, I was forced to remove all my clothes, squat and cough, and submit to a gynecological exam – all watched closely by male staff. Although it was an extremely uncomfortable experience, I was led to believe it was a legitimate, routine check for contraband. But what I couldn’t understand as a 16-year-old girl was why that internal exam would be done to me frequently during my time at Provo, and only during the middle of the night.

Paris Hilton testifies in 2021at a Utah Senate committee hearing in favor of the bill that would require more government oversight of youth residential treatment centers and require them to document when they use restraints.

I was repeatedly awakened by staff shining a bright flashlight in my face, pulled out of bed and told to be quiet as I was ushered down my dorm’s hallway to an “exam room.” Sleep-deprived and heavily medicated, I didn’t understand what was happening. I was forced to lie on a padded table, spread my legs and submit to gynecological exams. I remember crying while they held me down. I kept saying, “No!” and asking, “Why?” They just said, “Shut up. Be quiet. Stop struggling or you’ll go to Obs.”

Obs – short for observation – was solitary confinement in a tiny cinderblock room with nothing but a drain and a roll of toilet paper. The room was freezing cold, and I was almost naked. I paced until I couldn’t stand up anymore. Then I huddled on the floor and rocked back and forth, forcing myself to think about the life I would create for myself after I got out.

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So many kids around me were just gone. No hope. No light. This was especially true for girls who got dragged to those sham medical exams and the ones whom adult male staff leered at as we showered. If we tried to protest or question anything, they said it was a bad dream. They told us to stop making things up. But looking back on these experiences as an adult woman, I can recognize these exams for what they were: the sexual assault of children.

Paris Hilton leads a protest in 2020 in Provo, Utah. Hilton in her late teens was sent to Provo Canyon School where, she says, she was abused mentally and physically.
Paris Hilton leads a protest in 2020 in Provo, Utah. Hilton in her late teens was sent to Provo Canyon School where, she says, she was abused mentally and physically.
That experience, and the physical, emotional, and sexual abuse I suffered, led to years of trauma-induced insomnia and complex post-traumatic stress disorder that I and countless other survivors of institutional child abuse have struggled with for years.

This isn’t treatment; it’s torture

The troubled teen industry has been allowed to thrive without transparency or accountability for decades, raking in tens of billions of dollars while preying on vulnerable families. Private equity firms are increasingly investing. Medicaid, special education and Title IV-E funding for foster kids continues to flow.

Our tax dollars help pay for more than 120,000 youth pipelined each year into these facilities, even though studies have confirmed widespread abuses and fatalities.

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Fourteen years ago, members of Congress heard testimony from federal investigators who found that “staff hog-tied and shackled youth to poles in public places, and girls were forced to eat their own vomit if they threw up while exercising in the hot sun. Staff routinely broke and wired shut the jaws of youth who showed disrespect in another facility. … Youth were sexually assaulted and threatened with sexual assault by other youth in some facilities, all without effective intervention from management.”

Anyone can recognize this isn’t treatment; it’s torture.

Paris Hilton speaks out about past trauma in her new documentary "This Is Paris."
Paris Hilton speaks out about past trauma in her new documentary “This Is Paris.”
On Capitol Hill: After revealing new sexual abuse allegations, Paris Hilton lobbies for change in DC

Institutional abuse survivors are on Capitol Hill this week to continue educating lawmakers about how badly children placed in the troubled teen industry are treated. We will continue to make our voices heard to rally national support in this important election year to urge Congress to finally stop institutional child abuse.

Disgusting. Shocking. Humiliating.

TMZ has the story:

Paris Hilton is on Day 2 at our nation’s capital as she continues to lobby for institutional child abuse reforms — an undertaking for which she says both sides of the aisle are needed.

We got the hotel heiress Wednesday on Capitol Hill, where PH was hand-in-hand with her hubby, Carter Reum … and where she told us exactly why she thinks this issue was worth taking a trip over — as she puts it, countless youth are dying “in the name of treatment.”

As you may know, Paris has been championing this cause for a while — this after publicly claiming she herself was abused at Utah boarding school Provo Canyon in her teens.

Now, she’s doing her advocacy work on a national level … and while she’s clearly got high hopes, the rancor of our red and blue politics is NOT lost on her at all.

We asked if she thought Republicans would back this Dem-drafted bill — and she’s optimistic, highlighting the importance of bipartisanship. No word on how she might try and nudge the GOP in the right direction — but hey, it’s Paris … and she’s already done some work in speaking with Republican Senator Chuck Grassley.

The DailyNews added:

Reality TV star Paris Hilton revealed new allegations of sexual abuse while she was enrolled at a Utah boarding school. Standing alongside fellow former treatment facility residents outside the U.S. Capitol Wednesday, the 41-year-old celebrity claimed in detail to have been a victim of sex abuse, while enrolled in such a program at Utah’s Provo Canyon School.

The activist was visiting Washington, D.C., to push for federal laws that would protect children and teens in similar situations. Her op-ed was published in USA Today on Wednesday.

That abuse, according to Hilton, began when she was a teenager with an attention deficit disorder, whose parents believe the sort of “tough love” doled out by residential treatment facilities would provide the “tough love” required to cure her ails.

She first opened up about her trauma in the 2020 documentary, “This is Paris.” The heiress now writes that she’s still processing the trauma she allegedly endured, and plans to explore the situation in further detail in a memoir she hopes to begin selling in 2023.

According to Hilton, Provo Canyon was the “last stop on (a) terrible journey” that began when she was 16 years old and taken from her home in the middle of the night to begin treatment as a “trouble teen.”

Hilton wound up at that Springville, Utah, facility after fleeing a couple “boot-camp” type operations, by her definition. That’s where, she said, her nightmare began.

“On my first day, I was forced to remove all my clothes, squat and cough, and submit to a gynecological exam – all watched closely by male staff,” she recalled. “Although it was an extremely uncomfortable experience, I was led to believe it was a legitimate, routine check for contraband.”

What she couldn’t comprehend was why “that internal exam would be done to me frequently during my time at Provo, and only during the middle of the night.”

After that, Hilton said she “repeatedly awakened by staff shining a bright flashlight in my face,” dragged from her bed through dormitory hallways and, “sleep-deprived and heavily medicated,” forced onto a padded table and subject to gynecological exams.

“I remember crying while they held me down,” she said. “I kept saying, ‘No!’ and asking, ‘Why? They just said, ‘Shut up. Be quiet.’”

Hilton said she was warned that if she resisted, her next trip would be to solitary confinement, where rooms included only a roll of toilet paper and a drain.

She recalled other teens in her predicament being checked out emotionally. They were “just gone,” she wrote.

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What’s wrong with these people? Nicky is not even hiding anymore.

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