Socialite Paris Hilton has been spared the indignity of having highly …

Socialite Paris Hilton has been spared the indignity of having highly personal items sold online by a US judge who has ordered the website ParisExposed.com to stop selling.

The items on the website were bought after Hilton failed to pay a $200 storage fee and included videos, records of a miscarriage and a prescription for genital herpes.

According to Hilton’s lawyer, Howard Weitzman, the judge ordered the temporary shut-down “because the site violated my client’s right to privacy and was a copyright infringement.”

However, the injunction did not stop the release of a home video showing Hilton saying: “We’re like two niggers” as she danced with her sister Nicky. She also called “Faggot” to another dancer.

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