A website ParisExposed.com that allowed visitorsâ€™ access to hotel heiress Paris Hiltonâ€™s private items for a fee of $39.97 was temporarily shut down, Friday, TMZ reported.
The website claimed to display Hiltonâ€™s personal photos, videos, diaries, medical records, passport and other legal documents.
Paris Hilton sued the website and filed a lawsuit seeking closure of the website.
This temporary injunction on the website prohibits Bardia Persa, who created the website, from publicly displaying Hiltonâ€™s health information, phone numbers, addresses, banking and financial information, social security numbers and â€˜photographs, videos, and writings depicting Plaintiff in a sexual manner not previously exposed to public viewing.â€™
The ban also forbid Persa from displaying Paris’ â€˜name, voice, photograph, or likeness in connection with any website, whether under the domain www.parisexposed.net or otherwise, in connection with the offer or sale of any good (sic) or service without Plaintiff’s consent.â€™