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If you feel the overwhelming desire to see Paris Hilton cavorting naked in a bubble bath, partaking of a broad spectrum of narcotics or pleasuring herself with sex toys, then ParisExposed.com is the place for you.

Paris Hilton enjoys a bubble bathThe website - launched earlier this week - offers voyeurs Hilton's private videos, photos, diaries (and more) which the highly-talented heiress rather ill-advisedly left at a Los-Angeles based storage facility. When she allegedly didn't pay the $208 bill, the stuff was sold to an unidentified buyer and eventually ended up in the possession of one Bardia Persa - the brains behind ParisExposed.com.

Naturally, Persa isn't offering the material in the public interest; you have to stump up $39.97 a month to get your rocks off. If the video trailer included in the free tour is anything to go by, the full-fat content should prove eye-opening, if not eye-watering.

Understandably, Hilton isn't going to take this lying down. Her spokesman, Elliot Mintz, told AP on Tuesday: "We certainly are going to explore all of our legal options about this matter." ®

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