filed a lawsuit on Monday, seeking to shut down a website which, for a $39.97 ($39.
?) fee, offered a look at the celebunot's passport, medical records, diaries and other belongings left in a storage facility for which she defaulted on monthly payments. The AP quotes Hilton as being "appalled to learn that people are exploiting my and my sister [Nicky]'s private personal belongings for commercial gain." Translation: only exploit Paris on her own terms.
In other legal news,
' first husband, Ojani Noa, has been ordered to enter arbitration with his ex to discuss
his plans for a tell-all
about their 11-month marriage. J.Lo secured a restraining order nine months ago barring Noa from publishing details of their sex life, as well as allegations that she engaged in mutliple affairs - including one with current husband No. 3, Marc Anthony.