Logo Drops Paris Hilton Documentary After Homophobic Remarks
BY Michelle Garcia
September 26 2012 2:42 PM ET
Viacom television network Logo will not air a documentary on hotel heiress Paris Hilton after she was caught making homophobic remarks last week.
Hilton, who made the comments in a New York City taxicab, apologized for her statements that gay men are "disgusting" and that "most of them probably have AIDS."
Logo, a mostly LGBT-focused cable network, will not air Paris Hilton Inc., which was first released in 2007 according to E!. The documentary focuses on the the financial success related to Hilton's fame.
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