By Rianne Addo For Mailonline. Paris Hilton has claimed she felt 'pressured' into making her sex tape with her 'first real boyfriend' Rick Salomon. In her upcoming documentary This Is Paris, the socialite, 39, compared the ordeal to being 'electronically raped' and admitted she wasn't 'in the right head space' after the video leaked online. According to The Sun , the media personality reflected: 'It was my first real relationship. I was so in love with him and I wanted to make him happy. And he was kind of pressuring me into it.
Paris Hilton recalls feeling 'pressured' into making 2003 sex tape with ex Rick Salomon
1 Night in Paris - Wikipedia
Exploring her coddled childhood, her turbulent teens and beyond, This is Paris offers a revealing look at the difference between Hilton's real personality complete with intense anxiety and chronic insomnia and the ditzy celebrity persona she created to protect herself. Some of the more harrowing moments in the film come when Hilton discusses the leak of her now-infamous sex tape. They made me the bad person. The home video was recorded in when Hilton was 19, and leaked by ex-boyfriend Rick Salomon in , after Hilton found success with the first season of The Simple Life. The public reaction to the tape at the time swung between mockery and disdain: This is Paris includes a clip of David Letterman making jokes at her expense before a howling studio audience. Let's not forget that even Pink, an outspoken feminist, made fun of Hilton's sex tape in the video for " Stupid Girls " in In This is Paris , Hilton describes Salomon pressuring her to allow him to film her, and compares her experience to "being electronically raped.
Paris Hilton still loves her Boss Babe title but it seems as though she's eyeing a new role that may trump it all -- Boss Babe with a Baby The OG influencer talked to our fearless reporter, Charlie , and revealed these days she's prioritizing family and relationships ahead of her business. When Paris is straight-up asked if she'd rather talk baby over billions
Not originally intended for release,  it was filmed primarily with a single, stationary, tripod-mounted camera using "night vision". However, a handful of scenes were filmed indoors without night vision. When Hilton stated publicly that she had been "out of it", didn't know what she was doing during the taping of the video and did not approve its public release, Salomon sued Hilton for defamation.