Worldwide Entertainment Group Inc filed a lawsuit in US District Court in Miami, alleging that Paris Hilton owes $75,000 in damages for not fulfilling promotional obligations for a 2006 sorority comedy.
Hilton entered into an agreement in 2004 for the production and distribution of the movie "National Lampoon's Pledge This!," according to the lawsuit. Hilton starred in the film and received credit as an executive producer.
The Miami-based concern said it paid Hilton and her company, Paris Hilton Entertainment Inc, $1 million for "Hilton's acting services" and for "reasonable promotion and publicity" for the movie, which was released in 2006 and featured Hilton as the president of an exclusive sorority.
According to New York Post, the movie is "horrific" and Paris doesn't really want to be associated with it. At this point, her goal is to not be seen in a flop. Plus, the movie has a lot of topless women in it, and she is trying to distance herself from the whole porn thing. The film also features Paris' sister Nicky Hilton as well as Simon Rex and Randy Spelling, son of Aaron Spelling.
"Pledge This!" is currently in the No. 15 slot on IMDB's bottom 100, which means that out of all the movies ever made, there are only 14 that are considered worse. And one of those is Hilton's other movie, "The Hottie & the Nottie."