Paris Hilton to Share “Traumatic” Childhood Experiences in Documentary: “I Still Have Nightmares” – E! Online

Paris Hilton to Share

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Paris Hilton is continuing to open to her fans.

The 39-year-old heiress is dropping a brand-new documentary called This Is Paris this September. The Simple Life star offered her fans a peak at the movie on Tuesday’s episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live!.

“No one really knows who I am,” Hilton stated in the sneak peek. “Something happened in my childhood that I’ve never talked about with anyone. I still have nightmares about it.” 

While Hilton didn’t explain about her experience in the clip, People, which likewise acquired a sneak peek of task, reported the video programs Hilton preparing to go over the psychological abuse she dealt with as a teen at a Utah boarding school. 

During her interview with Nikki Glaser, who completed as visitor host amidst Jimmy Kimmel‘s summer season break, Hilton reviewed how she’s feeling about the documentary’s upcoming release.

“I’m excited, but I’m also very nervous, you know, given the topics discussed in this film because it’s things I’ve never talked about before—really personal and traumatic experiences,” she stated. “So, to talk about that publicly is obviously very hard.”

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