Paris Hilton Reportedly Dropped by Warner Brothers, Gets Sued For Copyright Infringement

Only two days before Paris Hilton was to report to serve her 23 day sentence for violation of probation, Hilton’s record label dropped her. A Warner Brothers representative said, “We are not expecting any new Paris Hilton material in the foreseeable future.” According to Trans World News, The 26-year-old is said to be devastated over Warner Brother’s decision to drop her. The hotel heiress’ debut album was released last year and did not see good sales or reviews. After Warner Brothers invested $250,000 in a video for her single, “Stars are Blind” and a promotional tour, they were said to be disappointed because it brought in less than half a million record sales. In other Paris news, Sparta Florida Music Group is suing Hilton, V2 Music Publishing, Warner Chappell Music, and songwriter/producer Fernando Garibay for plagiarism of UB40’s classic “Kingston Town.” Sparta Florida Music Group plans to use internet articles, and a musicologist as evidence.


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