Sex tape censor Paris Hilton
Socialite Paris Hilton wants to stop young girls from giving into pressure and making ''humiliating'' sex tapes with boyfriend
Paris Hilton wants to warn young girls not to make "humiliating" sex tapes.
The blonde socialite was devastated when X-rated footage of her and ex-boyfriend Rick Salomon surfaced in 2003 and has vowed to stop other girls from agreeing to film themselves engaging in sex acts to please their lovers.
She said: "I want young girls to never put themselves in that situation I was in. Don't ever let someone talk you into doing something you don't want to do."
She added: "I was humiliated, embarrassed and in shock that it happened. It wasn't my fault, it was something that someone did to me, so I've just learned to be a strong woman and nothing can hurt me at this point.
"It was definitely very painful. When you trust someone and love someone - for them to do that to you, it's really hard. It's something that bothers me everyday."
The 28-year-old hotel heiress - who receives a percentage of profits from the footage, which was eventually released as a DVD entitled 'One Night In Paris' - discussed the incident in a documentary about her rise to fame.
Paris wants to use the MTV programme 'Paris, Not France' to clear up misconceptions about her party-girl lifestyle.
She explained: "I think there are a lot of people that have misconceptions about me. They assume I'm just a party girl and they don't realise there's a business behind it. I've created this over the past 10 years.
"I think when people haven't met me they might think that I'm spoiled, that I'm a brat, that I haven't worked for what I have. I've worked very hard for what I've achieved. None of this was given to me. I've done it all by myself."