A Los Angeles judge granted a temporary court order on Friday (02.02.07) ordering the site - which allowed subscribers to view a selection of Paris' home videos, personal diaries and bank records for a fee of $39.97 - to be shut down.
Paris' lawyer, Howard Weitzman, said: "The judge issued the temporary shut down because the site violated my client's right to privacy and was a copyright infringement.
"The owner of the site has an opportunity on February 16 to contest the order. He can either do it in writing or orally in court. If he doesn't show up, or the judge isn't swayed, the order can turn into a permanent injunction."
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