Paris Hilton has had her fair share of bizarre encounters with fans, but she still remembers one, as it was the time a man made his way into her kitchen while posing as a friend.
Paris, who told the story while appearing on "Hot Ones," was left terrified.
"I remember one time I came home and there were paparazzi there. They were like, 'By the way, some guy was like, looking through your trash, taking everything with him, and he's been doing this a couple of times,'" she said. "And it was just creepy that someone was doing that. My housekeeper at the time [let him in because she] didn't know, because this guy said he was my friend. He was just sitting in my kitchen waiting for me, which was really scary."
The incident didn't stop the heiress from continuing to communicate with fans, particularly on social media, but she does worry about the Instagram generation.
"I can't even imagine being a 13-year-old girl and having these pressures of having to be perfect and care about likes and people trolling you and being mean," she said. "I just feel that anyone out there should know that you shouldn't base your opinion on yourself, or your self-worth, on the opinion of stranger. I think that's a really important message for kids to know."
Paris has been in the headlines a lot of late. While some of that has to do with her engagement to Carter Reum, or her testimony about the abuse she suffered while attending a Utah boarding school, a lot pertains to resurfaced jokes that comedian Sarah Silverman made at Paris' expense in 2007. Sarah has since come out and apologized for the 14-year-old jokes, which she told at the MTV Video Music Awards. Paris has accepted the apology.
Speaking of Sarah on a recent This is Paris podcast, the 40-year-old said, "She was so genuine and so sweet and it really moved me. I felt emotional hearing it and I could tell that she really did mean what she said as she was apologizing."
"I was shocked when I read it at first and pleasantly surprised," Paris added. "And I just wanna just leave a message to her. To say something back: Thank you. I really, really appreciate you doing that. I know it is difficult for anyone to apologize and for someone to do that really means a lot."