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Paris Hilton faces embarrassment on-air over 'sex tape'

Wellington, October 11 : Paris Hilton was reportedly embarrassed on a radio show, after she abused the host on-air.


Hilton, who called into Raleigh, North Carolina's Bob Dumas and the Showgram radio show to promote her new single 'Good Time,' mistakenly called him an "a*shole" after he asked her about her sex tape, Stuff.co.nz reported.

In an audio file, Dumas is heard asking the 'Turn It Up' hitmaker if she regretted making a sex tape like Kim Kardashian, to which Hilton replied that it had nothing to do with her and her former beau Rick Salomon was to be blamed.

Hilton, who remained on line through the three-minute interview, didn't realise she was still on air when she slammed the host.

The 32-year-old TV personality was heard fuming at her handler that she was never coming back on the radio show, as the host was a "f**king a*shole" and didn't even mention her song.

Her handler said that he had already put in a call to them, as he couldn't believe they brought that crap up, while the DJ was heard Dumas laughing in the background with his team before the call ended.

--ANI (Posted on 11-10-2013)

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