Hotel heir Conrad Hilton has pleaded no contest to charges stemming from an incident in which he stole a luxury sports car and tried break into an ex-girlfriend's house. He will now be forced to undergo mental health treatment to address his substance abuse issues.
Conrad pleaded no contest Thursday at the Los Angeles County Court to one count of felony grant theft auto and one count of misdemeanor contempt of court, according to TMZ. He was also sentenced to three years probation.
Conrad, the younger brother of Paris Hilton, was arrested in May 2017 after stealing professional poker player Rick Saloman's Bentley and attempting to break into the house of actress E.G. Daily, according to the Daily Beast. Hilton had been attempting to reach his ex Hunter Daily Saloman, the daughter of Daily and Saloman, who lives with her mother.
Hunter had filed a restraining order against Conrad in June 2015 after a previous break in attempt, according to TMZ.
Video of the arrest shows Conrad launching into a slew of profanities, including homophobic and racist slurs. Hilton accused the police of touching his penis and screamed that he was being raped.
"I'm Conrad motherf---ing Hilton, don't you forget it," he yelled.
As part of his sentencing, Hilton will also have to stay away from the Daily household for three years.
Hilton had originally pleaded not guilty to the charges in June 2017, according to TMZ.
[Photo: Conrad Hilton by David Buchan / Getty Images]
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