The bizarre story of Conrad Hilton's mid-flight meltdown continues to get stranger.
Yesterday, we learned that Hilton entered rehab immediately after he was arrested for threatening crew members on a flight from London to LA.
Today, we're getting Hilton's side of the story via an FBI report about the incident.
The charges against Hilton are serious and he could face 20 years in prison if convicted. So it's a bit surprising that he speaks so candidly about just how crazy things got on that fateful British Airways flight.
"I told all of them I could get their jobs taken away in less than 30 seconds," Hilton admits before crediting another passenger with preventing him from committing murder:
"If that man wasn't their [the flight attendant] would have been killed on that flight," says Hilton. "A hundred percent I would have killed him."
Needless to say, Conrad isn't doing much to help his own case.
He does claim that he acted in self-defense, but based on his description, it doesn't sound as though he was in much danger:
"I did intimidate, but through defense," Conrad tells the FBI. "He came up to me with his nose."
Yeah, last time we checked the nose isn't a deadly weapon. Looks like Conrad might wind up being the first Hilton to ever face any consequences for his actions.