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The Party Crasher – Paris Hilton Spreads her Scent

Photo by Tracy Block
Paris Hilton sports a cute bob while dancing her nonexistent ass off at Mansion Wednesday December 5. The heiress is in town to promote her new perfume and still found plenty of time to party...Duh!

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Paris Hilton made an appearance at the infamous Mansion, because, of course the star had to make way down to the Beach’s most infamous dance floor. In town for the launch of her new fragrance (the starlet will do a Macy’s mingle at the Dadeland Mall on Thursday), the heiress met up with Scott Storch sporting her lovely scent, as they were escorted onto the stage for super VIP bottle service with no outsider access granted. A cheery Paris greeted fans near the stage, posed with Mansion Samba dancers surrounded by bottles of Goose, while enjoying the house beats and shakin’ her ass all night long. Around 2 a.m., Ron Jeremy was guided through the VIP section. Maybe a reintroduction of old sex dreams of him in – I mean on – Paris.... -- Tracy Block

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