Former Business Partner of Paris Hilton Apprehended in Alleged Murder-for-Hire Plot
Fereidoun Khalilian, also known as “Prince Fred” and Paris Hilton’s former business partner in an Orlando nightclub, has been arrested
Fereidoun Khalilian, also known as “Prince Fred” and Paris Hilton’s former business partner in an Orlando nightclub, has been arrested for his suspected involvement in an alleged murder-for-hire scheme targeting a Los Angeles-based filmmaker. Federal investigators confirmed the arrest, revealing the troubling details of the incident that unfolded recently.
Law enforcement sources disclosed that the 51-year-old Khalilian was apprehended on Wednesday at a Dunkin’ Donuts store in Las Vegas. The targeted filmmaker had previously worked for Khalilian, adding a disturbing layer of complexity to the case. It is important to note that FACTZ can confirm the filmmaker is not Randall Emmett, Prince Fred’s known rival.
Khalilian, recognized for his connections within celebrity circles, gained prominence as Hilton’s former business partner. Together, they co-owned Club Paris in Orlando, a notable establishment that garnered attention for its unique features, including a VIP bedroom and vibrant pink walls.
Paris Hilton herself acknowledged Khalilian’s involvement, referring to him as Fred, during an interview with the New York Daily News in 2005. However, specific details regarding the alleged murder-for-hire conspiracy, which fortunately did not result in any deaths, remain limited. As of Thursday morning, the criminal complaint against Khalilian had yet to be unsealed.
The arrest of Paris Hilton’s former business partner in connection with a murder-for-hire plot sends shockwaves through celebrity, Miami Beach, and legal circles. The motive and underlying circumstances surrounding this unsettling incident remain shrouded in mystery, leaving many eagerly awaiting the unsealing of the criminal complaint for further clarity.
CELEB has reached out to Prince Fred for comment, and this story continues to develop, with updates expected in due course.