Paris Hilton is single again
Us Magazine reports another celebrity split: this time is Paris Hilton. She and her beau Cy Waits have decided to go their separate ways after dating for about one year. What stands behind their decision and how the two are coping with it, find out right here.
The blonde heiress of the Hilton name ( and brand name) is not that lucky in love. Sometimes even beautiful women get dumped. At 30 years old, Paris looks pretty far away from the moment when she would settle down and start her own family.
After a one – year – long relationship with Las Vegas club owner Cy Waits, it appears that the two noticed they don’t have much in common. An insider tells Us Weekly that “they are broken up. It's sad, she cares about him a lot and thinks he's a great guy but they really hit a rough patch.”
While the representatives of Hilton and Cy had no comment in regard to the separation, the same insider adds that Cy “found it difficult to live his life with her in the spotlight” and that was the reason it didn’t work out. He claims the split is “no drama, it's amicable, but things didn't work out”. Keeping a low profile when dating Paris Hilton is like telling a secret on the Oprah Winfrey show: it just … doesn’t work out. On the other hand, Paris doesn’t make it simple, either.
Cy had to deal with his girlfriend’s arrest for cocaine possession at a traffic stop in Las Vegas, in August 2010. And again, this April, Cy testified against an alleged home intruder in the Hilton residence in al Los Angeles court. After that, Cy was the victim of an overzealous fan who threw water in his face and grabbed him by the neck, that it before the security guards intervened.
The couple went public about the relationship in late spring of 2010. This happened a short while after Paris announced her split from ex boyfriend, former Hills star, Douglas Reinhardt. Now, one year later, Cy Waits has had enough!
Lo malo de esta chica es que no sabe lo que significa "bajo perfil" y aunque ella quisiera no podría tenerlo, necesita que se hable de ella, bueno o malo, continuamente y estar en el candelero para no caer en el olvido.