Sept. 16, 2006 -- Paris Hilton, famous for being famous, is used to living the good life and getting star treatment. But in a recent turn of events, it appears Paris Hilton's star may be descending rapidly.
"Paris Hilton has been having a string of bad weeks lately," said ABC News entertainment contributor Katrina Szish. "It seemed like nothing could go wrong in this girl's world. But lately, everything has been going wrong."
Last week, the hotel heiress was arrested in Hollywood on a D.U.I. charge.
This week, Paris and her posse were denied access into the Rose Bar, a hot new hangout in New York City's Gramercy Park Hotel.
"It's ironic that the ultimate hotel heiress was dissed by the hottest hotelier," commented Szish.
"Hot hotelier" Ian Schrager provided this statement to ABC News.
"It was nothing personal against Paris Hilton," Schrager said. "In fact, I've never met her, but we're doing something different here at the Rose and the Jade Bar at the Gramercy Park Hotel."
Szish said, "He really wants to try and keep it different from the big loud clubs. He doesn't want Paris and her people and her paparazzi and hangers-on in that space. He wants to keep it as exclusive as possible."
It gets worse. Insiders say that Paris was also rejected at the door of a fashion week party hosted by Milla Jovovich, one of Hollywood's top models.
Despite recent news, Szish says this likely not the end of the Paris phenomenon.
"We definitely haven't seen the last of Paris Hilton," she said. "No matter what this girl does, she seems to bounce back."