Paris Hilton has been labelled "greedy" by her younger sister Nicky Hilton Rothschild.
Hotel heiress and businesswoman Paris, 39, who has an estimated worth of $300million insisted that she hasn't taken a break since becoming a household name 15 years ago.
Despite being away from her Los Angeles mansion for an estimated 250 days of the year, Paris has no intention of slowing down any time soon, a decision her sister does not agree with.
Speaking candidly in Paris' new documentary, This Is Paris, Nicky, 36, advised her sister that she ought to put herself before her glittering career.
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"You need to go on a vacation, I've told you this for 15 years, but you've never listened in 15 years," said Nicky.
She continued: "Go to Hawaii, no phone, just chill."
However, Paris disagreed with her sister's instructions insisting: "I can't, the schedule is too busy.
"I haven't been on vacation in 15 years."
Startled by her older sister's response, Nicky hit back: "Because you're greedy and won't turn down a cheque."
Paris Hilton admits she 'cried every day' after being 'tortured' as a teenager
A visibly annoyed Paris quipped: "I'm not greedy, I just love making money."
Paris recently revealed that she had taken on her sister's advice. Speaking at an AllBright event she said: "My goal was to make a billion dollars, but now, all I really care about is being happy, my love, my relationship, and the future."
The Stars Are Blind songstress has bared her soul in the fly-on-the-wall documentary, admitting she cried on a daily basis while being tortured as a teen.
Speaking to People about her time at a Utah boarding school, she said: "From the moment I woke up until I went to bed, it was all day screaming in my face, yelling at me, continuous torture," she said.
Paris went on to claim: "The staff would say terrible things. They were constantly making me feel bad about myself and bully me. I think it was their goal to break us down.
"And they were physically abusive, hitting and strangling us. They wanted to instil fear in the kids so we'd be too scared to disobey them."
A spokesperson for Provo Canyon School told Daily Star Online: "Originally opened in 1971, Provo Canyon School was sold by its previous ownership in August 2000. We therefore cannot comment on the operations or patient experience prior to this time."
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