Conrad Hilton's arrest details are chilling — including his texts to his ex
It seems like the rough times are far from over for hotel heir Conrad Hilton, who was arrested on Monday for violating the restraining order his ex-girlfriend filed.
The LAPD told E! News that "officers responded Monday to a report of a restraining order violation at a residence in the Hollywood Hills. Hilton was booked on suspicion of the misdemeanor offense at the LAPD's Hollywood Station and released on $5,000 bail."
Hilton's ex-girlfriend, Hunter Salomon, is the daughter of Rick Salomon, who is the man who starred in Paris Hilton's infamous sex tape.
Salomon filed the restraining order on May 22, in which she explained that she and Hilton dated several years ago but had not been together for "quite some time."
Salomon further alleged that Hilton has been calling and texting her since 2014. And, though she never agreed to meet with him and told him to stop contacting her, he would still sit outside her house.
Salomon even has proof of the creepy exchanges, thanks to text messages on her phone. According to the filing, Hilton allegedly told Salomon, "Please get a restraining order on me. I'm tired of sitting outside of your house." Then, the next morning, he added, "May I please see you before I kill myself? You don't have to say a word, all I want is to see you one last time."
"Conrad's state of mind does not seem stable and his actions are frightening me and my family causing a great deal of stress and fear," Salomon explained. She also noted his arrest last summer after he disrupted an international flight by threatening to kill flight attendants and calling fellow passengers "peasants." As a result of that arrest, Hilton was sentenced to three years' probation and 750 hours of community service.
Per the restraining order, Hilton is supposed to stay at least 100 feet away from Salomon and her residence.
Hilton and his family have yet to comment on the latest arrest.