The Paris Hilton Brand has Generated $1.3 Billion Since 2005

Paris, the heiress says she’s raked in a whopping $1.3 billion from her business empire over the last six years.

The 30-year-old socialite boasted about her entrepreneurial skills – while posing topless – in an new interview with FHM.

The socialite has launched a number of different product lines including fragrances, accessories, shoes and bed linen, and she has also opened 35 stores to sell her goods.

Hilton has now revealed just how lucrative her business is, admitting her projects have earned her millions of dollars.

“I have 35 stores and 17 product lines,” Paris told the U.K. version of FHM magazine. “And then there’s my racing team, my 14 fragrances and my new project, the Paris Hilton Beach Club chain. The first one is opening in the Philippines soon. It’s going to have nightclubs, restaurants, bars, gyms. Everything really.”

“I’m involved in my products every step of the way,” Paris revealed. “They’ve produced more than $1.3 billion in revenue since 2005,” she added, noting that her fragrances are doing really well right now.

And for anyone out there itching for some new songs from Paris, you’ll be relieved to know she’s working on the follow-up to her 2006 debut album “Paris.” The album, which was released on her own label, Heiress Records.

“I have a huge passion for house music,” said Paris, who’s dating Dutch DJ Afrojack. “I just haven’t been able to focus on it, because I have been doing reality TV for so long now. I’ve been working on the album with lots of other top DJs for a while now and I think people will be really surprised. It’s very modern and very catchy; perfect party music.”

“There are just so many great DJs right now. And I should know, I’ve been to over 100 raves in the past year, so I’ve heard every type of music.”

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