Paris Hilton’s mea culpa did little to disuade Logo from shelving a special on the heiress on Monday.
Paris Hilton Inc, produced back in the halcyon days of 2007 when she was apparently still relevant enough for a documentary, explores the business of the paparazzi-fueled instafame of Hilton and her ilk, according to E!.
The doc was scheduled to air Monday morning at 8 am and again on Friday, but Logo confirmed to the New York Post that they pulled it as a direct result of Hilton’s taxicab confessions during New York Fashion Week.
The network opted instead for replacement documentaries, The Antics Road Show and Pretty Boys.
Perhaps another special is in order, detailing how Paris will climb out of the hole she’s drunkenly stumbled her way into. Newfound BFF Bret Easton Ellis will, naturally, produce and direct. We hear he’s pretty freed up these days.