Paris' lawyers are going to have a good year. First, the DUI case, and now Paris has been sued by model-producer Zeta Graff for slander. Fred Khalilian, the owner of Club Paris, has revealed that he has been asked by the court to give a videotaped deposition in the case.
Paris is due in court on February 5, where the $10,000,000 lawsuit has been filed against her.
The club had reportedly told the press that Graff attacked Paris at a “London nightclub and tried to rip off Hilton's $4 million diamond necklace.”
Graff however, is insisting that the whole story has been made up. The reason for the conjured story has yet to be revealed.
“I was served to give a deposition concerning the Zeta Graff, Paris Hilton Case. I am really not playing a role in this. I guess this is about one person who has a problem with another person and they are going to ask me about certain things and I am just going to go up there and tell the truth and nothing but the truth,” Khalilian stated.
He had criticized Hilton for her selfish character last week also.
“The problem is when she is done with you, she chews you and spits you out. When she is done with you, you're out. The people around her get so star struck because she is so powerful presentation wise,” he said.