The notorious home video circulated on the Internet showing reality TV star Paris Hilton having sex with her former boyfriend is coming to an adult film store near you.
Red Light District Video, a suburban Los Angeles porn production company, said Thursday it has acquired rights from Hilton’s ex-beau, Rick Salomon, to distribute the full 45-minute video in June under the title “One Night In Paris.”
Terms of the deal were not disclosed. A spokeswoman for the company said the homemade tape, parts of which surfaced last year on Internet porn sites, will be released commercially in adult video stores on June 15.
She said the retail price has not been set. In February, Salomon posted a 38-minute version of the night-vision video on his own Web site, where it sold for $50 per copy.
The 23-year-old socialite, whose grandfather founded the Hilton hotel chain, has sued a Panama-based Internet firm for $30 million, claiming the company violated her privacy and engaged in illegal business practices by distributing the video.
Best known for starring on the Fox television reality hit ”The Simple Life,” Hilton claimed in the lawsuit that the videotape was “intended only for personal use” and that she never consented for it to be distributed to the public.
There was no immediate comment from Hilton’s representatives in Los Angeles or New York about Red Light District’s plans. And Salomon’s lawyer, Martin Singer, could not immediately be reached for comment.
Red Light District said its video will include never-before-seen scenes from the tape Salomon and Hilton made in May 2001, including footage of the hotel heiress “partying in a nightclub.”