Video: Paris Hilton Walks Out on Balcony in Towel Following Break-In
It seemed Paris Hilton could handle the arrest of a knife-wielding man on her property quite well. Shortly after police captured the man, who held "2 big knives" and broke into her Los Angeles, California, home, Paris was spotted walking out on her balcony in a towel and wearing oversized sunglasses as news choppers circled her residency.
In the video, Paris was seen out of her glass balcony door, wandering around and looking up towards the helicopters before deciding to go back inside. The hotel heiress also took to her Twitter page to tell her fans that she has calmed herself following the ordeal. She shared, "Feel so much more relaxed. Just went and got adjusted by my chiropractor and got a facial at Kate Somerville Spa."
The arrest of the man on Paris' property happened after cops received a 911 call that someone broke into the socialite's house at 6:42 A.M. on Tuesday, August 24, Los Angeles Police spokesman Gregory Beak told CNN. Paris' publicist, Dawn Miller, has also released a statement over the break-in.
"The security cameras and alarm system were alerted and the police immediately came to the house and arrested the intruder who was attempting to break a window when they arrived," the statement read. "Paris is naturally shaken by the events but is unharmed and well. She is very thankful to her security team and the police for their swift and diligent response."
Paris Hilton wrapped in a towel following the arrest of a knife-wielding man on her property:
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