A magazine has banned newly freed socialite Paris Hilton from this week’s edition of its publication, claiming staff and readers are suffering “Paris fatigue.”
The hotel heiress has dominated the world’s media in the past month after spending 23 days behind bars for violating her probation from a previous drunk-driving arrest.
Following Hilton‘s release on Tuesday, all the gossip magazines are expected to focus on the story, except for Us Weekly.
Editor Janice Min says, “When it came down to it, the staff and I felt what I believe a lot of people in America are feeling. Which is just enormous Paris fatigue.
“I don’t think we even mention the city of Paris.”
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