Paris Hilton may be millions of dollars richer after selling her home, but she’s also reportedly looking to make some extra cash on the side.
The celebutante’s Hollywood Hills mansion was recently sold for $4.25 million, Us Weekly reports.
The Spanish-style 1920’s abode, originally purchased by Hilton for $2.9 million in 2004, was sold after being on the market for 10 days.
The home, in which she spent her infamous night of house-arrest in June, was reportedly sold in order to find a residence with “more privacy” for the paparazzi-plagued Paris.
Potential buyers were said to be pre-screened before viewing the glamorous home, which features four bedrooms, 3.5 baths, a hotel-style pool (complete with cabanas) and separate guest quarters.
But despite making a substantial profit in this real estate transaction, the self-described “businesswoman” is reportedly trying to make some extra money — a lot of money — by simply showing up to a party, according to the NY Post’s Page Six.
A source described as a “Las Vegas insider” reportedly told Page Six, “Paris and (sister) Nicky are shopping their partying ways to Vegas at the price of around $500,000 — only they have the guts to ask for that amount — for a multiple-day New Year’s Eve bash.”
As for what the hefty price tag will get the buyer?
“Paris will ‘party’ at a few spots and Nicky will bless the lucky host with a fashion show of her wares and model herself,” the source reportedly said, speculating that Pure nightclub would be the only establishment to even consider the offer because it’s “starved for publicity.”
Page Six notes that Paris demanded a “mere $100,000” to host a New Year’s Eve bash last year, and suggests that she’s doing this because her “career in reality TV is done,” and “her acting and singing careers never got off the ground.”
Hilton’s rep, Mike Sitrick, told Page Six: “That is not accurate.”