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Paris Hilton Heads to the White House to Advocate for Institutionalized Youth

Paris Hilton continues to shed light on «the disturbing lack of government oversight of youth residential care facilities» by meeting with White House officials and members of Congress in her quest to enact the Federal Accountability for Congregate Care Act.The hotel heiress, who in the past has shared her own personal story at the hand of officials in such facilities, has been documenting her experience on social media following days full of meetings with government officials. According to, the fashion mogul «was at the White House with state and national advocates as part of her advocacy efforts to improve protections of youth in residential programs and facilities.»Hilton hopes her efforts «can better protect children and teens seeking help.» The video and photos show the 41-year-old reality TV star and her husband, Carter Reum, heading into the White House and the Capitol for meeting with senior officials.A post shared by Paris Hilton (@parishilton)She captioned her video, «I am so thankful for all the important conversations we are having with representatives and survivors! Looking forward to all the awareness that we will bring to the cause today!»In a separate post, Hilton posted a photo slide that symbolically shows her locked up in a cell with the phrase, “Prevent the abuse, neglect & death of institutionalized youth in America" shown on an outside wall of the cell.In addition to meeting with White House officials, Hilton has also met with Sen.

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Paris Hilton continues to shed light on «the disturbing lack of government oversight of youth residential care facilities» by meeting with White House officials and members of Congress in her quest to enact the Federal Accountability for Congregate Care Act.The hotel heiress, who in the past has shared her own personal story at the hand of officials in such facilities, has been documenting her experience on social media following days full of meetings with government officials. According to, the fashion mogul «was at the White House with state and national advocates as part of her advocacy efforts to improve protections of youth in residential programs and facilities.»Hilton hopes her efforts «can better protect children and teens seeking help.» The video and photos show the 41-year-old reality TV star and her husband, Carter Reum, heading into the White House and the Capitol for meeting with senior officials.A post shared by Paris Hilton (@parishilton)She captioned her video, «I am so thankful for all the important conversations we are having with representatives and survivors! Looking forward to all the awareness that we will bring to the cause today!»In a separate post, Hilton posted a photo slide that symbolically shows her locked up in a cell with the phrase, “Prevent the abuse, neglect & death of institutionalized youth in America" shown on an outside wall of the cell.In addition to meeting with White House officials, Hilton has also met with Sen.
Paris Hilton is still in touch with Lindsay Lohan. The 41-year-old socialite ignited a long-running feud with 'Mean Girls' star back in the mid 2000s when Lindsay was reportedly linked to her ex-boyfriend Stavros Niarchos and the pair spent the years that followed publicly expressing their disdain for one another but are now back in contact with each other. Paris told E! News: "We've DM'd a couple of times.

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