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Paris Hilton opens up about alleged abuse, the trauma of infamous sex tape, and striving for $1bn

Paris Hilton opens up about alleged abuse, the trauma of infamous sex tape, and striving for $1bn

Entertainment
Paris Hilton has released a new documentary, This Is Paris, to show the world the woman behind the "character". But in the film, she also reveals deeply personal details of alleged abuse at a residential behavioural school she was sent to as a teenager.Sky News meets the star to talk about the "real Paris", her goal to make $ 1bn, and why a "weight has been lifted" now she is finally ready to speak out. "Paris Hilton has entered the waiting room for this meeting."She arrives to the Zoom room on time, just after 10am in Los Angeles, a couple of glam squad members briefly touching up her famous platinum-blonde hair to the side of the camera for just a few seconds before we begin.Businesswoman, model, DJ, heiress and perhaps the original influencer, Hilton is here, speaking to me on screen in...
Love Island contestant left red-faced in X-rated sex tape leak

Love Island contestant left red-faced in X-rated sex tape leak

Entertainment
INSTAGRAM TV HOST: Caroline Flack will present Love Island once more After two years of slowly increasing ratings, this time around ITV2 will have to pull out all the stops as expectations have never been higher.However, initial reaction to the first batch of Love Island 2018 contestants has been mixed.In a bid to make the show as family friendly as possible, rumours claimed producers were considering ordering this year's hopefuls to tone down their sexual antics.Meanwhile, Allen Scott from internet security giant McAfee warned the class of 2018 that as soon as they take part in the show they are increasing their chances of being hacked. ITV 2018 BATCH: Love Is...
Report: Dutch spies caught Russian hackers on tape

Report: Dutch spies caught Russian hackers on tape

Technology
The Netherlands' spy service broke into the computers used by a powerful Russian hacking group and may be sitting on evidence relating to the breach of the U.S. Democratic National Committee, a Dutch newspaper and television show jointly reported Friday. Reports carried in the respected daily Volkskrant and by the current affairs show Nieuwsuur said hackers working for the Dutch General Intelligence and Security Service penetrated the computers used by the group, often nicknamed Cozy Bear, in mid-2014 and watched them for at least a year, even managing to catch the hackers on camera. Dutch Interior Minister Kajsa Ollongren, interviewed by reporters in The Hague before the government's weekly Cabinet meeting, declined to address the report, saying only that she was "very happy that we have...