Is it possible that Paris Hilton's wild party days are a thing of the past? The Hollywood Hills crib where the hotel heiress undoubtedly threw many lavish bashes is now available to rent for $20,000 per month. The Spanish-style home is where Hilton was famously carted away in 2007 by the L.A.P.D. after she was mandated to return to the county jail.
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NEW YORK, NY - FEBRUARY 17: Paris Hilton arrives to the "Late Show With David Letterman" at the Ed Sullivan Theater on February 17, 2011 in New York City. (Photo by James Devaney/WireImage) *** Local Caption *** Paris Hilton
Is it possible that Paris Hilton's wild party days are a thing of the past? The Hollywood Hills crib where the hotel heiress undoubtedly threw many lavish bashes is now available to rent for $20,000 per month.
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The socialite is launching a new reality TV series, "The World According to Paris," on June 1, but you won't see her in this home where she was famously carted away in 2007 by the L.A.P.D. after she was mandated to return to the county jail.
The realtor representing Paris' party pad is her uncle, Mauricio Umansky who is the husband of
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Kyle Richards.
The interior the 1926 Spanish-style crib is adorned in French Regency old Hollywood decor.
A view looking into the very formal dining room.
The listing notes that the home is perfect for entertaining. We're sure Paris would agree.
The reality starlet originally bought the pad back in November 2004 and paid somewhere between $2.9 million to $3 million for the residence.
A view of one of the four bedrooms in the spread. Paris converted one of the bedrooms into the ultimate diva's closet.
A peek at Paris's massive walk-in closet, which was once a bedroom. A girl needs her closet space!
This bedroom is decked out in a black and white design.
The property also includes a pool, canopies, a built-in barbecue, two covered parking spaces, and separate guest quarters.
You may not see Paris inside her Hollywood home but you will see her up close and personal with friends and family in her new TV series. In addition to the star, who is also the executive producer, the show will feature mother Kathy Hilton and friend Brooke Mueller, ex-wife of Charlie Sheen.
At a NBCU press day, Hilton differentiated between her new show and her previous series “The Simple Life,’” which also starred Nicole Richie.n"'The Simple Life' was a character... [this is] a behind-the-scenes look at my life,” said Hilton.
EMPTY_CAPTION"I would never have done a show like this five, ten years ago. I wasn't really comfortable with myself. I have been through so much. I have nothing to hide. It's like, what else can happen? I was ready to show myself," Hilton told Reuters. Look out world, she's back!