Paris Hilton’s alleged intruder pleads not guilty

2010-09-04 11:01

A man accused of showing up at Paris Hilton’s house wielding two knives has pleaded not guilty to attempted burglary.

Nathan Lee Parada entered the plea yesterday in a Los Angeles court.

He was arrested on August 24 outside the socialite’s house and remained jailed in lieu of $50 000 (R359 301) bail.

Hilton was at home when Parada allegedly banged on the windows. She posted a photo of his arrest on her Twitter page and described the incident as “scary”.

Parada is due back in court for a preliminary hearing on September 15.

Meanwhile, the heiress was arrested in Las Vegas this week on suspicion of carrying cocaine. She told police that the drugs were not hers.

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