She once said, “I have never in my life met a man so loyal, dedicated and loving.” Now, he can’t even get on the list. Paris Hilton told door staff at a hot Miami club not to let in her ex-fiancé, Chris Zylka, Page Six is told.
Sources say that the heiress was DJing at the Wall lounge at W South Beach hotel in Miami when she got word from pals that her “Leftovers” star ex was in town.
So, we’re told, she alerted the doormen and made sure that Zylka wouldn’t be allowed into the party if he happened to show up.
“It was just in case he showed up,” said a source. “She just felt more comfortable.”
Zylka didn’t try to make an appearance.
Hilton hit the DJ booth at 1:30 a.m. and spun dance tunes, including her own pop music.
She and Zylka started their romance during Art Basel in 2015. She told People magazine when they got engaged in January 2018, “Ever since our first date I knew there was something special about him. I have never in my life met a man so loyal, dedicated and loving. I knew right from the start that I wanted to be with him forever.”
They split that November. “She broke up with him. She’s busy working, and she realized he wasn’t the guy for her. There have been problems for a while,” a source told Page Six at the time.
Sources had also told us that Hilton would be keeping her massive engagement ring, worth $2 million, since celebrity jeweler Michael Greene had given it to her for free. But Zylka’s rep then told us our “info on the ring is wrong” and that “Chris has his own money. Do your homework.”
The ring was also almost lost when it flew off her finger while partying in Miami. It was found in an ice bucket two tables down after security scoured the area.
Hilton has already left Miami. On Tuesday, she was at the Rainbow Room in New York for the WWD Beauty Inc. Awards. The socialite mogul was asked if she would ever run for president, and responded, “Paris for president. Make America hot again!”
Reps for Hilton and Zylka had no comment.
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