Kathy Hilton Reveals Daughter’s ‘This Is Paris’ Documentary ‘Put Me into Such a Depression’

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Kathy Hilton gets honest about watching her daughter Paris Hilton’s ‘This Is Paris’ documentary and learning the truth about the abuse she suffered at a Utah boarding school.

“It put me in such a depression,” Kathy recently told Andy Cohen on his SiriusXM radio show.

“It was too much after watching just the clips and promos … ’cause you could imagine me just finding out [about the abuse],” Kathy said. “I’m not one of those people, ‘Oh this is about me’ — it’s not about me. But yeah, it really was so devastating. … For her to keep that in for 20 years …”

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star initially didn’t want to watch the 2020 YouTube documentary but finally agreed to watch it after Paris told her how “important” it was that she do so.

“I said to her finally a few weeks ago, and then when I went to Washington with her, I said, ‘I’m just not ready to watch it.’ So when we got back, I did watch it, and we held hands,” Kathy explained. “We held hands for an hour watching this thing, and just the energy that I was feeling from her and how relieved and happy that she was that I was watching.”

Kathy admits she only sent Paris, who was 17, to the boarding school to stop her from sneaking out to clubs. She acknowledges she never imagined the abuse her daughter would suffer and the lasting effect it would have on her life.

“A lot of people understood that [we were] trying to help our daughter. We were trying to save Paris. I’m not that strict … we were worried,” she said. “She was living in New York. She was sneaking out and sometimes didn’t come back home for three days, not going to school. So we put her in this boarding school, in this one, in this one. Gotta keep her away from the city and all these predators and people that wanted her to model.”

In the documentary, Paris opens up about her time at the controversial Provo Canyon School, where she says she endured physical, emotional, and mental abuse.

“It was supposed to be a school, but [classes] were not the focus at all. From the moment I woke up until I went to bed, it was all day screaming in my face, yelling at me, continuous torture,” Paris explained in the documentary.

She claims staff would often strangle and hit students and would even toss them into solitary confinement for  “20 hours a day.”

“I was having panic attacks and crying every single day,” Paris recalled. “I was just so miserable. I felt like a prisoner, and I hated life.”

RHOBH is expected to return to Bravo in Spring 2022.

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