The Fast and The Furious star was killed when the Porsche Carrera Gt he was travelling in smashed into a tree and burst into flames in California on 30 November (13).
In the days following the tragedy, onlookers were stunned when a plane flew overheard carrying a 70-foot (21-metre) banner which read, "Our hearts go out to his friends and family. #17 Paris Hilton."
The bizarre stunt sparked a backlash against the hotel heiress on Twitter.com, but the star insists she had nothing to do with the message.
In a post on her own Twitter page, she writes, "I am so horrified that someone would hire a plane to fly over Paul Walker's crash site with messages from me. So disrespectful."
It's the second time this month (Dec13) hoaxers have left Hilton red-faced. Following Nelson Mandela's death last week (05Dec13), a tweet posted on her Twitter.com account read, "RIP Nelson Mandela. Your 'I Have a Dream' speech was so inspiring. An amazing man."
The star later insisted the tweet was a fake and denied confusing Mandela with Martin Luther King, Jr., who famously made the speech at a civil rights rally in 1963.
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