First, Britney Spears' number-one fan site shut down.
Now, two Florida nightclubs named after Paris Hilton will no longer be associated with the useless waste of oxygen.
One by one, the ho train is being derailed.
The owner of these establishments, Fred Khalilian, says he "fired" Hilton because she didn't make scheduled appearances at the two-year-old Club Paris in downtown Orlando.
Another Club Paris opened in Jacksonville last year. Club The Hollywood Gossip, we assume, is in the works.
"She's created a circus for herself," Khalilian says. "It's all about: How has she screwed up now?"
Wait, this guy just came to this realization? He'll probably wake up tomorrow and discover that Ashlee Simpson has no talent, either.
Signs of trouble were apparent from the start, when Hilton was born arrived six hours late to the Orlando club's grand opening in January 2005.
Under the terms of her deal with Khalilian, who sank $3 million into the club, Paris was required to make four appearances a year at the Orlando location. She was often too busy breaking up with, and then fondling, Stavros Niarchos to bother, though.
Khalilian tells the AP he doesn't plan to change the name of the clubs, but says Club Paris will now refer to the city, not the socialite. He also says he plans to hold a contest to find a new face for the hot spots.
Allow us to suggest: