"I want young girls to never put themselves in that situation I was in. Don't ever let someone talk you into doing something you don't want to do," the Herald Sun quoted her as telling in a documentary about her rise to fame.
The hotel heiress revealed that after the incident, she was left heartbroken. She said: "I was humiliated, embarrassed and in shock that it happened. It wasn't my fault, it was something that someone did to me, so I've just learned to be a strong woman and nothing can hurt me at this point. She added: "It was definitely very painful. When you trust someone and love someone - for them to do that to you, it's really hard. It's something that bothers me everyday."
However, she receives a percentage of profits from the sale of her sex-video. Now, the stunner apparently wants to clear up misconceptions about her party-girl lifestyle through the new documentary Paris, Not France. She explained: "I think there are a lot of people that have misconceptions about me. They assume I'm just a party girl and they don't realise there's a business behind it. I've created this over the past 10 years.
"I think when people haven't met me they might think that I'm spoiled, that I'm a brat, that I haven't worked for what I have. I've worked very hard for what I've achieved. None of this was given to me. I've done it all by myself."