Paris Hilton’s brother was reportedly assaulted at a Miami beach party, the Associated Press reported on Sunday. The socialite’s brother, Barron Hilton, 24, said a man hit him in the face after the two got into an argument at a Miami beach home. The hotel heir posted pictures of his injuries to the Internet, which showed deep cuts to his forehead and nose.
Neither Hilton nor two witnesses were able to identify the suspect. According to the report, the assailant attacked Hilton when he wanted Paris' brother to leave and threw an unknown object at the 24-year-old. The suspect left the scene in a dark green SUV. The report added that Hilton refused treatment from fire rescue workers.
TMZ’s version of the story is much more salacious, and insinuates that Lindsay Lohan ordered the vicious attack. According to the news site, the troubled movie star was at the same party as the Hilton heir and reportedly heard him talking about her. The news site claims Lohan said, “You talk sh*t about me to my boyfriend, this is what you get.”
Hilton reportedly said Lohan was laughing and egging on the man who hit him. Lohan is denying any involvement with the assault.
TMZ reached out to the “Mean Girl” star’s father, Michael, who said his daughter didn’t have anything to do with Hilton getting pummeled, and that there were several witnesses who would back up that story. The news site said, per witnesses, New York resident Ray Lemoine was responsible for the attack.
Lohan, 27, has experienced bad blood with the Hiltons for some time, and it stems back from a 2006 incident when Paris’ friend Brandon Davis went on a “fire crotch” rampage about the redhead in 2006.
Though Lilo said she wasn’t even at the same party as Hilton that night, TMZ has footage that shows the two exchanging words as the 24-year-old seems to be confronting Lohan with his friends after he was attacked.
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Maria Vultaggio is a reporter for the Continuous News Desk (CND), where she covers trending topics and breaking news for the International Business Times....