As the world continues to deal with the aftermath of a stream of global ISIS attacks, Paris Hilton has revealed that lives with the knowledge she could be a target of the jihadist militant group.

The former reality TV star, who is currently serving as a DJ in Ibiza, told Spain's Diario de Ibiza that the recent terror attacks in France and Germany frightened her and made her 'watch her back'.
When asked if she felt safe when she travelled, the 35-year-old former BFF of Kim Kardashian said: 'What’s happening is horrible. The recent attacks in Nice and Germany are terrible.
'It’s something that disgusts and worries me. I travel a lot and I get frightened when I think about things like this.
'I’m constantly moving around from one country to another and I’m a famous person who could be a definite target for an attack and that is something that sometimes terrifies me.'
But the blonde beauty insisted that she was determined not to follow in the footsteps of other celebrities who hired an army of bodyguards to protect them.
She added: 'I’m also a very free person who tries not to be afraid of anything. I just make sure I always watch my back. I always go out alone and without security.
'Many celebs have ten bodyguards but I like to go out with my friends and be normal because I want to be like everyone else. I’m not going to give up anything.'
She also defended controversial US presidential candidate Donald Trump in the interview, although she declined to say who she would vote for.
Describing the billionaire as a 'good friend' of her dad  Rick and an 'extraordinary businessman', she insisted: 'Donald is a very famous person who is in the eye of the storm.
'I don’t know who will win the elections but I just want it to be the best person, whoever it is.'
Earlier this month, it emerged that the heiress was planning to launch a chain of luxury hotels, starting in Dubai, New York and Las Vegas, which will be branded in her name.
Inspiration for the project is said to have come from her existing involvement in designing a series of beach clubs in the Philippines.

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