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Sizemore Sex Scandal Interview Reveals Night with Paris

<i>Sizemore Sex Scandal</i> Interview Reveals Night with Paris

After Wednesday, tough guy actor Tom Sizemore, who won praise for his roles in such movies as Saving Private Ryan, Natural Born Killers and Black Hawk Down, may be better known as the star of Vivid’s The Tom Sizemore Sex Scandal DVD and a single night of passion with Paris Hilton.

Vivid Entertainment is releasing a DVD comprising over 70 minutes of uncut and uncensored video of Sizemore having inexhaustible sex with up to four women at a time.

The DVD also includes a candid audio interview in which Sizemore talks about his early admiration for his ex-girlfriend, former Hollywood Madam Heidi Fleiss, and a night of raw sex with Paris Hilton in 2001.

Of Fleiss, he says, “She captured my imagination; she comported herself with great dignity and earned $20-million in the sex business by the age of 27. Come on; that girl has talent.”

He also claims that a few years ago he had a party at his house and that after the guests left, he heard the repeated clicks of a cigarette lighter. Following the sounds he discovered Hilton by herself in his gym. He says she walked over to him and suggested quite explicitly that they have sex together. “She knew what she could do to people,” says Sizemore.

After a sex-filled night, Sizemore says, Hilton abruptly left in the morning, climbing into a long limousine with the parting words: “Goin’ to Sundance. See you next week.” He does not relate whether they got together again.

Sizemore reveals that he has been suffering from massive depression and fighting legal proceedings. In 2004, he was tried and convicted of battering and making harassing calls to Fleiss. He was also found guilty of being under the influence and in possession of crystal methamphetamine, which he claims he was taking to relieve his depression. The actor was ordered to an inpatient drug rehab clinic in Los Angeles County. As of today, he was put on probation for three years.

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