Last week, The Miami Herald reported that developer Robert Falor is "very concerned" about a videotape that allegedly shows Nicky Hilton's older sister Paris using racial slurs. On the video, Nicky appears to be holding the camera and laughing." Falor told the paper he would need the weekend to think about whether he should abandon the project.
Well this is the result of Falor's weekend thinking:
"A Chicago development group is suing heiress Nicky Hilton for breach of contract over a delayed hotel renovation project just south of the city’s downtown. In a lawsuit filed Monday in federal court, Robert Falor Investments and Grand USA Hotel Supply & Restaurant allege Hilton hasn’t kept up her end of an April 2006 agreement in which she promised to promote the redevelopment project known as Nicky O’s Chicago, a Nicky Hilton Hotel. Hilton also allegedly contracted out interior design work she was supposed to perform and tried to charge it back to the developer, the lawsuit alleges. The development group also claims Hilton misrepresented that she and her associates had experience in hotel design. Paul Fisher, Hilton’s agent, also is named in the lawsuit. Hard ever working Hilton rep says "neither Hilton nor Fisher had not seen the lawsuit as of late Monday night."
The Nicky O hotel was set to replace the Blake Hotel in Printer’s Row, located in the historic Morton Salt building. The project, along with a similar renovation along Miami’s swank South Beach, were to serve as Hilton’s foray into the family’s signature business, although neither Nicky O hotel would be affiliated with Hilton Hotels.
Source: FadedYouth (photo), breakingnews.ie,