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Conrad Hilton 'subdued by father during arrest'

Published 25/06/2015

Conrad Hilton
Conrad Hilton

Rick Hilton allegedly had to help calm his son Conrad down so police could arrest him on Monday.

Earlier this week TMZ claimed the 21-year-old younger brother of Paris and Nicky Hilton was taken into custody for breaking into the home of his ex-girlfriend Hunter Salomon on Monday.

According to new reports on the gossip website, Conrad was in "such bad shape" his father Rick had to help calm down his "out of control" son. He allegedly managed to quieten Conrad, making it possible for law enforcement to get him on the floor and handcuff him.

It's thought Hunter got a restraining order on her ex as she was scared of his "obsessive" behaviour. Conrad had allegedly been turning up at her home all hours of the day and threatening to kill himself.

Hunter's mother E.G. Daily is thought to have been in the house when Conrad illegally went to the property and the hotel heir reportedly followed her around, calling out for her daughter.

But despite all this, Conrad could get lucky. He apparently can't be charged for violating a restraining order as there is a lack of proof he was served with one. Instead he will be charged with trespassing, which could get him six months in jail.

It's certainly not the first time he's been in trouble with the law. Only last week he was sentenced for verbally assaulting travellers on a British Airways flight from London to Los Angeles in July 2014. According to Access Hollywood, on Tuesday June 16 he was sentenced to 750 hours of community service.

Conrad also still faces charges of reckless driving and evading police in Riverside County, California.

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