Brittany Flickinger: Paris Hilton Is a ‘Disgusting, Self-centered User’

Brittany Flickinger is one bitter BFF.

While Paris Hilton was launching Season 2 of her MTV reality series, My New BFF, on June 2, the Season 1 winner was busy bashing the hotel heiress here on BlogTalkRadio.

CAPTION: “She used me,” Brittany (above) tells us of Paris.

“I cared about her so much,” Brittany (above) tells us of Paris.

“I’m really sick of getting branded with a bad reputation for hanging out with her and sticking up for such a disgusting, self-cen- tered user. I’m a good person… I have morals. I don’t have to do anything disgusting or rash to get famous,” she told The Radio Happy Hour host Dr. Blogstein.

The bad blood between the duo, said Brittany, began when the series wrapped in December.

“She’d tell me things that made me think I was her best friend. And we got really close. And I’m like, Oh, man, this is really nice,” she said of Paris.

“Then all of a sudden it was like, ‘Casting for BFF2! Better end this now. Bye. I don’t need you anymore.’ That’s disgusting to do to somebody… That’s defamation of character.”

But Brittany didn’t stop there. Recounting her early days on the show with Paris, she said, “It was around the time she broke up with Benji [Madden], so she was feeling lonely. And she would say things to me that led me to believe that she really did think we were best friends.

CAPTION: Happier day à deux: Earlier this year with Paris (left) in Australia.

Happier days à deux: Earlier this year with Paris (left) in Australia.

“So I was like, ‘Oh, s – - -. This girl must be a little f – - – - – up.’”

Brittany’s position on Paris marks a stark departure from how she por- trayed their relationship in January, when she said they were, if not Siamese twins, still quite sisterly.

“We’re not married. We’re BFFs,” she told host Olivia Wilder. “Friends aren’t attached at the hip 24/7. And when we’re somewhere together and we’re not attached at the hip, they’re like, ‘Oh, no. They’re fighting!’”

The spurned reality contestant also accused Paris this week of censoring her in cyberspace:

“Any time I say anything about her to defend myself – after all the interviews she has done lying about me and making all this stupid stuff up – everything that I say is taken off the Internet.”

To hear Brittany’s full interview, click here.

To read about Brittany’s January interview here on BlogTalkRadio, click here.

5 thoughts on “Brittany Flickinger: Paris Hilton Is a ‘Disgusting, Self-centered User’

  1. SKANK ALERT

    WOW, this is amazing, one skank, skanking another skank…… You are both fake…. Fake X Fake= MORE FAKE SKANK!!

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  3. Barbi

    I personally have worked with Brittney in vegas doing some modeling work. I only worked with her once and she was really a sweet girl. While flipping through channels on BFF season 1 I thought I recognized her face and realized I had worked with her which got me watching the show. When she won I immedialy thought “oh no she is going to be used and spit out”. After she won Brittney always stuck up for Paris in the press. But it looks like what I thought came true that Brittney was really used in the end. Defamation of charachter is what she is talking about when you watch the opening of Season 2 BFF and Paris is saying how she was trying to say Brittney used her to get famous. Obviously this is a lie. Paris is so fake I cant watch her crappy show. Its all lies.

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  4. BRANDON M. WITTE

    PARIS HILTON IS CURRENTLY EVADING FEDERAL PROSECUTION.

    FOR ALL OF THE FACTS AND DETAILS, GO TO THE WEB SITE PARIS HILTON ASKMEN.COM.

    THE STORY IS THERE.

    SINCERELY, BRANDON M. WITTE

    ARLINGTON, TEXAS

    AGE: 33

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