Paris Hilton was asked about calling Lindsay Lohan a 'pathological liar' and threw even more shade
If there's one thing we all love, it's a big celebrity feud. I can't exactly put my finger on why they're so compelling. Maybe it's because it's good to remind ourselves that celebrities are just as human as the rest of us and have feet of clay, because they can get into a fight with someone just as easily as anyone else.
Just think about the major beef that Katy Perry and Taylor Swift have, or the long-running vendetta between Kanye West and Jay-Z. Every time these rivals post a salty comment, or make a disparaging remark in an interview, or even come out with a new diss track, we can't help but sit up and take notice.
But one of the biggest celebrity feuds out there has got to be the cold war being waged between Lindsay Lohan and Paris Hilton. The actress and reality TV star were once bosom buddies, and regularly appeared together in the clubbing scene during the mid-2000s. They had an extremely vitriolic relationship which often got nasty.
Now things have kicked up a notch, after the Instagram account Paris2000s uploaded an damning video. The vid consists of an interview which appeared to show Lindsay stating that Paris had assaulted her. In the video, Lindsay states: "[Paris] hit me last night, for no reason apparently, at my friend's house and I didn't know she'd be there and she hit me, she hit me with a drink, and poured it all over me and it hurts and it's not OK."
However, when the camera turns to Paris, she seemingly denies the accusation, and tells Lohan to "tell the truth." Lindsay then admits that: "everybody lies about everything" and denies having said anything. The video then goes on to show Lindsay insulting Paris, before going on to deny to paparazzi that she'd ever said anything derogatory. When the video ended up getting a lot of attention, Paris Hilton herself commented on it, writing "pathological liar."
Now Paris has thrown even more shade at her seemingly-former friend Lindsay. When interviewed by a reporter for E! News, who asked her for clarification regarding her "pathological liar" comment, Paris replied: "Just saying a fact. Fact of Life," before adding, "Good luck to her. I wish her the best." Hmm, do I detect the barest hint of condescension in her tone? I think I do.
Recently, Lindsay provoked controversy on social media after she appeared to harshly and publicly reprimand two employees working at the VIP beach house she owns, because the women were not wearing matching shoes. Lindsay stated: "Wear the same shoes please ... Or you're fired" in an Instagram comment, before insisting that she wasn't joking about terminating their contract. Perhaps she was joking, or perhaps Paris is right and she simply couldn't help herself from bluffing. We'll probably never know.