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Hilton Hotels Founder's Grandson Arrested on Domestic Battery Charges

According to a police report, Conrad N. Hilton, the 53-year-old grandson of the Hilton Hotel chain founder, Conrad "Connie" Hilton, was arrested on a charge of domestic battery.

He's also apparently a deadbeat when it comes to paying a restaurant bill too.

According to the report, police were called to Abe & Louie's restaurant, located at 2200 W. Glades Road, at 1 a.m. Monday after a complaint that Hilton and his friends were stiffing the joint after racking up a $531 bill.

Hilton and his friend, Kenneth Brown, 61, and Hilton's girlfriend, Kelly Landers, 51, told the restaurant that their bill would be paid under "Mr. Moe's account."

Problem is, there is no "Mr. Moe's" account at Abe & Louie's. The three were told they must pay for their meal or the cops would be called in.

Needless to say, the cops were called in.

When Boca Raton police arrived, the restaurant manager reported the three. That's when one of the officers witnessed Hilton and his lady friend getting into an altercation. The officer claims that Hilton grabbed the woman and pushed her by the shoulders.

"I witnessed Conrad Hilton stand up from a seated position at the bar, grab (his girlfriend) by her shoulders and then push her causing her to take several steps back. I had a clear and distinct view of the incident through the front glass window. Hilton did not know I was present nor that I witnessed the battery at that point."

Hilton was then arrested and booked into the Palm Beach County Jail on a charge of domestic battery.

Conrad Hilton, founder of the Hilton Hotel chains, sure has some cray brood running around soiling his good name, what with great-granddaughter Paris being a thing and now his grandson being arrested in Boca Raton for allegedly pushing a lady.

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