Socialite Hilton also insists her stepfather, Prince Frederic Von Anhalt, has no right to sell the famous 26-room property because a pre-nuptial agreement he signed before marrying Gabor in the 1980s forbids him from profiting from the mansion.
Hilton's publicist Edward Lozzi says, "The price is so inflated that it is not considered to be seriously for sale here in Beverly Hills Real Estate circles.
"Also it was revealed during investigations in a previous lawsuit between Von Anhalt and Hilton, that Von Anhalt gave up all financial interests to the house. Documents are on public record.
"Hilton claims that Von Anhalt has no right to sell the house or partake in the assets of same, unless he can prove otherwise."
Meanwhile, Gabor is recovering after half of her right leg was amputated last Friday (14Jan11).
Gabor's hospital recovery could take up to four weeks, but the actress' spokesman John Blanchette is hopeful the star will be able to return home in time to celebrate her 94th birthday on 6 February (11).