Paris Hilton and pals ran up a $230k bar bill and left a generous tip!

2014-09-27 13:00
Paris Hilton

Los Angeles - Paris Hilton and her friends ran up a bar bill of more than $230 000 on Wednesday night.

The hotel heiress - who is said to have earned $2.7m from four nights of work on her recent two-month DJ tour - was partying at the Marquee club in New York with pals who ordered huge bottles of $100 000 Ace of Spades champagne.

The group also purchased 11 bottles each of Patrón, Cristal and Grey Goose but they were equally as generous to the club workers as they left a massive $47 000 tip at the end of the evening, according to the New York Post newspaper's Page Six column.

A source told the publication that Paris was "enjoying being the centre of attention" at the establishment.

But Paris' big night out is not her only huge spend of late after she splashed out $13 000 on a Pomeranian pooch, Prince, earlier this month.

The 33-year-old star has fallen in love with her cute canine - who is only 2.5 inches tall - and has already taken him for his first ever photoshoot.

Amongst all her photos on Instagram Paris shared a pic of the tiny canine with the caption: "He's so perfect! I need the perfect name for him! Does anyone have anymore name suggestions for my precious lil angel baby? (sic)"

What's more, the star's spending doesn't look likely to end there as she is searching for a home in New York.

Paris, who currently resides in Los Angeles, was recently shown around several plush pads in the Big Apple.

A source close to the socialite said: "Paris is looking at penthouse apartments downtown so she can be closer to her sister Nicky, who lives in New York, and her brother Barron, who also lives here."

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