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Paris Hilton might have been in on the plane crash prank

Is anything real anymore?

Apparently not when it comes to reality TV stars. Shocker, I know. It appears this is the case with Paris Hilton in our latest edition of “Everything You know Is False.”

TMZ has obtained documentation proving that Hilton knew about, was in on, and was paid tons of cash for the plane crash prank.

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The documents prepared by the Egyptian production company that was behind the prank even said Hilton wasn’t the company’s first choice! It said, “We will act as if something is going wrong and all passengers to jump off the plane!!! Of course everyone will panic, we’ll be having skydivers in disguise with us on board. We will monitor the funny reactions from our celebrity guest when they fear jumping off the plan.”

That certainly seems to jibe with the video we got to see of the event.

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The documents also state, “Dubai official authorities are monitoring this show and providing us with security. If you want to make sure, you can contact the office of the crown prince of Dubai, his majesty Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum. He himself will be supervising the progress of the project.”

OK. They had to be all the way up until they said the crown prince himself would be supervising. We know that Hilton, just three days ago, spoke to some lawyers about suing the production company responsible for the prank, telling them she had absolutely nothing to do with the prank and was not in on it.

In an on-the-street interview with TMZ, the celebrity said the pilot “took it too far.” A strange way to word it when she should be saying the production company took it too far, hinting that she may have been in on it but got in over her head. Or maybe she just doesn’t want to look like she was paid million of dollars to dupe everyone into feeling bad for her. Because, according to TMZ, the company allegedly offered huge amounts of money to any celebrity who was willing to go through with the stunt.

What kind of world are we living in when we can’t even trust reality TV stars and an heiress to be straight with us about their prank videos? Guess we will have to wait and see how this one plays out.

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