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Paris Hilton's brother to sue Lindsay Lohan?

10 December 2013, 09:33

Los Angeles - Paris Hilton's brother is reportedly planning to sue Lindsay Lohan.

The hotel heiress' younger sibling, Barron, has vowed to take the 27-year-old actress to court after she allegedly ordered for him to be beaten up by Ray Lemoine at a party on Star Island in Miami on Friday night for "talking shit" about her boyfriend.

According to TMZ, sources revealed that Paris met with a lawyer on Saturday before introducing him to Barron and getting the lawsuit up and running.

However, sources have since claimed the attack was nothing to do with Lindsay and it was merely a party that got out of hand after Barron, 24, refused to leave the property.

'I'm scared of the Hiltons'

Although in an interview with police, Barron - who posted a picture of his injured face on Instagram three hours after the incident - said Lindsay – who famously fell out with his sister Paris in 2006 - was laughing as Ray hit him.

Meanwhile, Ray is currently on the run from authorities and is reportedly attempting to take refuge in Cuba because he's scared that the Hiltons may come after him.

Ray said: "I'm scared of the Hiltons and Paris' Cash Money crew [she has a record deal with the company], so I am seeking refuge in Cuba.

"Castro hates the Hiltons and took their Havana hotel in 1959 as a base after conquering Cuba, so they are stoked I'm coming down to hate capitalism. Viva la Lohan!"

- BangShowBiz


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