Paris Gets Sued For (Gasp!) Lack Of Pledge Publicity

According to some, just being the center of this annoying poster didn't fulfill Paris Hilton's obligation to her award-winning movie National Lampoon's Pledge This!

The film's distributor, Worldwide Entertainment Group, is suing Par Par for breach of contract, claiming that, after being paid $1 million to star in and promote the film in 2006 (I know, I'm shaking my head in disbelief, too), the heiress did not do her part. The film peeps want $75,000 in damages from Paris, for failing to provide "reasonable promotion and publicity" for the movie.

I'm not one to defend to Paris, but really? Failing to to provide publicity for a movie she starred in? Failing to provide publicity for herself? That's her life's work!

Good luck getting your cash, World Entertainment Group.

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