Paris Hilton Shades Lindsay Lohan Over That Iconic Britney Spears Photo

Paris Hilton Shades Lindsay Lohan Over That Iconic Britney Spears Photo

While talking to MTV News Australia, the 36-year-old hotel heiress was asked to comment on an 11-year-old famous photo of herself, Lohan and Britney Spears having a night on the town, which led to the trio being labeled the "Holy Trinity".

"It was just Brit and I out, and then she just like chased us to the vehicle and got in", Hilton recently told MTV Australia about Lohan, 31. reports however, that team Lindsay was quick to defend the actress on Twitter.

In a new interview with MTV Australia, Hilton says that the "Holy Trinity" (you can see the iconic photo on People) was actually originally meant to be a two-woman affair, and added the third wheel was not someone she originally hoped would come along.

The "Holy Trinity" night was the same night Lohan defended Hilton, and denied claims of a drink-throwing argument. She claimed that Lohan eventually joined the rendezvous when she spotted Hilton and Spears hanging out, chased down their vehicle, and jumped in.

Lohan hasn't responded ... yet. "She wasn't invited.You're not on the list".

In one final jab, the interviewer referenced Lohan's recent trips to Mykonos, Greece, where she was reportedly swarmed by fans.

The star added that she paved the way for others: "I'm very proud I started a whole new way for young people, young entrepreneurs and people with dreams to make a living and a very lucrative business off of it", Hilton said, although admitting that "being a businesswoman, I would've loved to capitalise on it".

Paris Hilton shades Lindsay Lohan over iconic photo together.



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