Ex 'Baywatch' star accuses Hilton and friends of assault

Ex 'Baywatch' star accuses Hilton and friends of assault

Paris Hilton has been accused of attacking a former 'Baywatch' star at her home.

Actor Jeremy Jackson, who played Hobie Buchannon on the television show, claims the 33-year-old socialite and a number of her friends, including billionaire playboy Brandon Davis, viciously assaulted him at a party at her home in Malibu, California early this morning.

Police were called to the house, which the former reality TV star is renting for $65,000 a month, after receiving two calls from people, who both claimed they were attacked by the other.

One of the complainants was one of Paris' younger brothers, but it is not know whether it was Conrad Hilton, 20, or Barron Hilton, 25.

The 33-year-old actor told gossip website TMZ.com: "They were literally going Rodney King on my a**."

He also branded the blonde beauty and Brandon as "degenerate fame w****s," and claimed someone broke a glass bottle over his head during the incident.

A law enforcement source said that no one was arrested, as neither of them wanted to press charges.

Barron claimed he was beaten up in an attack ordered by Paris' former friend Lindsay Lohan at a house party in Miami, Florida in December.

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