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Paris Says “Fuck” Over Dispatch Line

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — Hotel heiress Paris Hilton is finding herself at the center of another controversy — this time over what she said over a firefighter’s dispatch line. “Ladder one,” Hilton’s voice can be heard on tape. “OK, sexy (expletive).”

Hilton let the dreaded “f-bomb” loose while filming her television series “The Simple Life”.

She was filming a scene at a fire station in Atlantic City, N.J., when she gained access to the radio dispatch system. While dispatching a fire engine, she used the obscenity.

Obscene language, even on airwaves meant for fire dispatching, falls under the regulation of the Federal Communications Commission.

It is unclear whether any action will be taken against Hilton.


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