You know you’ve gone way too far when Las Vegas hotels start blacklisting you for being a bad influence. Paris Hilton has reached yet another milestone in her infamous socialite career by getting herself officially banned from the Wynn hotels in Las Vegas.
According to a Wynn Resorts spokesperson, not only is Paris Hilton no longer welcome at Wynn & Encore, but her boyfriend Cy Waits has also been ‘removed’ from his position as a managing partner at the Wynn nightclubs Tryst and XS.
This summary kick in the pants comes in the wake of a suspected DUI halt last week, when Hilton and Waits were driving from the Wynn nightclub to Waits’ home in Henderson. The DUI halt ended up with Hilton being hauled in and booked for cocaine possession.
Wynn, however, is probably not the first hotel to ban Paris Hilton. Back in 2008, there were reports of a graffiti incident at the Moscow Hyatt. It was alleged that she used a black marker to scribble ‘Paris Moscow 2008′ on the designer wallpaper of a $16,000 per night suite, and that the Moscow Hyatt responded by blacklisting her and charging $9,000 for the damage.
And Paris Hilton is certainly not the first ditzy celeb to be banned and blacklisted by a hotel. Hotels in Los Angeles do it all the time when celebrity divas get out of hand.
Britney Spears has been banned by both the Four Seasons in Beverly Hills and the Chateau Marmont, mostly for the hordes of paparazzi that she attracts, and for wacky stuff like smearing a plate of food on her own face in front of other guests.
Lindsay Lohan has been banned from Shutters on the Beach Hotel in Santa Monica for trashing a room and leaving dirty towels and cigarette butts all over the place. Rihanna has allegedly been banned by a hotel in Barbados because she and her friends were caught smoking weed and the smoke alarms in the hotel kept going off.