Paris Hilton
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Paris Hilton says she was groomed and "kissed" by a teacher in the eighth grade, and it has taken her "decades" to accept that she is a "victim."

The hotel heiress, 42, remembers a "handsome young" instructor she nicknamed "Mr. Abercrombie" telling her that he had a "crush" on her in "Paris: The Memoir," released Tuesday.

The teacher allegedly gave Hilton, who was in her early teens at the time, his phone number and requested her to keep their communication private.

"Mr. Abercrombie called me almost every night, and we talked for hours about how amazingly mature, beautiful and intelligent I was, how sensual, misunderstood and special," she writes.

She claims that the teacher "reminded" her of the 13-year age difference between Princess Diana and Prince Charles and that Priscilla Presley was 14 when Elvis Presley "fell in love with her," Page Six reported.

When her parents, Kathy Hilton and Rick Hilton, were out, "Mr. Abercrombie" eventually paid a secret visit to Paris' home.

"Teacher pulled me into his arms and kissed me," Paris writes. She also mentioned that her mom and dad caught them in his car upon returning to the house.

She remembers "Mr. Abercrombie" blaming her, asking, "'Why did you make me do this?'"

According to Paris, her parents sent her to France that summer to live with her grandmother, and she didn't mentally confront the inappropriate relationship for many years.

"It took decades for me to actually speak the word pedophile," she notes.

"Casting him in the role of child molester meant casting myself in the role of victim, and I just couldn't go there."

In the remaining portions of her memoir, Paris discusses her past in just as much detail, including how she was drugged and sexually assaulted at the age of 15 and coerced into making a sex video with Rick Salomon four years later.

In June 2021, word spread that the "Stars Are Blind" vocalist was penning a memoir.

She told Forbes Monday of the release, "The media has really controlled the story of me for over two decades, and it was just time now for me to tell the truth."

"I hope that people can understand me in ways they didn't before and see that there's so much more to me than they ever knew."

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