Paris Hilton Denies Involvement In Party, Vandalism Incidents

Paris Hilton shops for her dog at Kitson on April 28, 2009 in Beverly Hills Paris Hilton shops for her dog at Kitson on April 28, 2009 in Beverly Hills

Paris Hilton claims she was not involved in a handful of vandalism incidents that allegedly ended with several luxury cars being keyed and egged in the Hollywood Hills.

On Wednesday, several Internet reports claimed that the heiress had a party at her new Hollywood Hills home and when police broke up the party, several exiting revelers had keyed several expensive vehicles.

But according to Paris, she was not involved and the party wasn’t at her abode.

“I had nothing to do with this,” Paris told Radar Online. “We were at Doug’s [Reinhardt] new house on Monday night, and there were several friends of Doug’s playing poker inside. There is no food in the house, the sound system isn’t even hooked up yet.”

According to a spokesperson for the Los Angeles Police Department who spoke to Access Hollywood, it appeared that, “as the party let out, some of the partygoers did some vandalizing.”

Among the acts of vandalism committed were “keying some of the cars” and “egging some of the cars,” the police spokesperson told Access.

But in addition to denying having a party, Paris said she wasn’t involved in the egging either.

“I would never egg anyone’s car, especially to my boyfriend and sister’s [Nicky Hilton] neighbors. My blue Bentley was egged, and so was Nicky’s Ranger Rover,” she said.

According to Radar Online, Nicky Hilton lives up the street from Doug.

Police told Access that the heiress is not suspected in the vandalism.

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