Logo Dumps Paris Hilton Documentary Over Anti-Gay Remarks NY Post
Logo has pulled a Paris Hilton documentary from its schedule after the actress was recorded making anti-gay remarks in the back of a New York City taxi, reports the New York Post.
The 2007 documentary "Paris Hilton Inc." was slated to air Monday morning and again on Friday, but Logo sent out a note saying that the show "has been removed from the schedule," the story said. Sources at Logo said Hilton's comments were the reason the documentary was pulled, the piece adds.
In early September, Hilton was secretly recorded by a cab driver, who taped the reality star saying, "Gay guys are the horniest people in the world," and, "They’re disgusting. Dude, most of them probably have AIDS.” Hilton later apologized, the story notes.
Logo replaced “Paris Hilton Inc.” on its schedule with two other documentaries, “The Antics Road Show” and “Pretty Boys,” the report notes.