Deposition Reveals The Wit And Wisdom Of Paris Hilton

America's Darling Paris Hilton is being sued for having planted a malicious story in Page Six about Zeta Graff, the ex-girlfriend of her then boyfriend Paris Latsis. TMZ got their hands on the deposition she gave on the matter last November, a document that reveals just how many complex, subtle shades of stupid she is. Some highlights:

In her deposition, Paris is asked about a companion with her that night whose first name is Terry. When asked if she knew his last name, Paris replied: "It is, like, a weird Greek name. Like Douglas.


Paul Berra, Graff s lawyer, asks Paris if she is aware that the Page Six article had been republished in various newspapers. "Were there U.K. publications?" Berra asks. Hilton responds "No...there is stuff in London." Paris' lawyer, Larry Stein, jumps in and says "London is a U.K. publication." Paris retorts, "Right. U.K. Whatever."

Paris on what she said to Zeta Graff:

"She is old and should stay at home with her child instead of being at night clubs with young people. And just that - I just...What else did I say? Just that she is not cute at all."

Paris on friendship:

"I meet so many people. I don't even know some of my friends' names."

Paris on women who stalk women:

"I would never say stalking. I'm not a dude. Like, I think a girl can only stalk a guy. She can't really stalk another girl."

Paris on world travel:

"I was in Europe the whole summer, and all there is like French — I didn't see anything because I wasn't in America."

While we admit Hilton's sex-specific stalking rules leave us somewhat perplexed, we'll excuse her ignorance of things like where the U.K. is located and the ethnic origins of the surname Douglas after all, even the Greek shipping heir-dating heiress to one of the world's largest international hotel chains can't be expected to know everything.