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Paris Hilton’s brother Conrad ‘arrested again’

Published 23/06/2015

Conrad Hilton
Conrad Hilton

Conrad Hilton, the younger brother of beauties Paris and Nicky Hilton, has supposedly been taken into custody by police once again after attempting to break into his ex-girlfriend’s house.

Just last week the 21-year-old younger brother of Paris and Nicky Hilton was sentenced for cursing out travellers on a British Airways flight from London to Los Angeles in July 2014.

And TMZ is reporting Conrad managed to get in trouble less than seven days after he last appeared in court, as he was taken into custody by police for breaking into his ex-girlfriend Hunter Salomon’s home.

Conrad’s former flame Hunter is the daughter of Rick Salomon, the man who Paris fornicated with on her infamous 2004 sex tape, which is entitled 1 Night in Paris.

Apparently Hunter got a restraining order against Conrad, claiming he became “obsessive and scary” after they split. She allegedly noted the hotel heir was “showing up at her house at all hours and even threatening to kill himself”.

However, the restraining order didn’t stop Conrad from coming onto Hunter’s property illegally.

“We're told Conrad broke into her family home in the Hollywood Hills,” the website writes, noting the break-in took place on Monday June 22. “An army of cops, along with helicopters, swarmed the house and arrested him.”

It’s claimed Conrad is still in police custody.

Access Hollywood reported he was sentenced on Tuesday June 16 to 750 hours of community service for his misdemeanour assault in connection to last summer’s airplane rage incident. During last week’s hearing, he apologised for his poor behaviour and claimed an incident like this would never occur again.

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

It’s unknown yet how Monday’s arrest will affect his other pending cases.

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