Lawsuit Claims Hard Rock Las Vegas Never Paid Paris Hilton For Appearances


Apr. 9 2011, Published 10:00 a.m. ET

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Getting Paris Hilton to make an appearance at a Vegas nightclub doesn't come cheap, has learned. A lawsuit filed in Clark County District Court Thursday claims that the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Sin City didn't pay Paris her $100,000 per appearance fee for two of her three 2009 dates there.

Los Angeles attorney Joseph Shapiro filed the suit, saying he has been assigned the $200,000 claim by Hilton, reports Las Vegas Inc.

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What's most interesting about the case though is the detailing of the perks that came along with Hilton's $100,000 fee.

For each appearance, Paris and up to five members of her entourage were flown from Los Angeles to Vegas in a private jet, Gulfstream 4 or comparable!  They were taken by limo from the airport to the Hard Rock where Paris was put up in a suite and her five guests were each given standard rooms.

Paris Hilton

Paris was also entitled to dinner for 10 at Nobu on Friday night and at one of the Hard Rock's other restaurants on Saturday night.

For her appearance at Rehab, the hotel's poolside club, Paris was entitled to the use of an "owner's cabana," including food and drinks.

Security plus hair and make-up was also provided.

Nice work if you can get it...and get paid.


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