Socialite and heiress Paris Hilton has slammed claims that she had photoshopped longtime friend Britney Spears into a picture she posted on Instagram for the birthday of their common friend, Cade Hudson.

Hilton has posted  a number of pictures from the birthday party, and in one of them, she can be seen with the Baby One More Time singer, along with Hudson, who is a talent agent.

Also Read| Has Leonardo Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa been stolen? Viral TikTok video sends fans into panic

Some of the people who commented on the post said that there are certain parts of Spears’ finger and necklace that are missing. Check out the pictures right here:

Fans had also said that Spears was not tagged into the photographs while other celebrities who had attended the bash like Tiffany Haddish, Emma Roberts, and Drew Barrymore were tagged in the pictures Hilton had clicked with them.

In response to such claims, Hilton later said, “To all of those asking. Some of these photos were taken on an iPhone so they ended up being blurry. So they used this app called Remini to make it look unblurry,” further adding, Sometimes the AI distorts images”.

Also Read| Who is Shemar Moore dating? Criminal Minds star announces girlfriend Jesiree Dizon pregnant with first baby

She went on, “Didn’t want to even dignify this with a response. But some of these conspiracy theories are absolutely ridiculous,” followed by a facepalm emoji.

Spears and Hilton have been friends for a long time. Hilton was reportedly asked to be the DJ for the Summit of Americas dinner that was attended by President Joe Biden. However, Hilton turned down the gig since the event clashed with Spears’ wedding with Sam Asghari.

Also Read| Gucci Mane’s wife Keyshia Ka’oir crushes rumor of husband not paying for Big Scarr’s funeral, posts receipt

“I was asked by President Biden and their team to go DJ for that summit dinner with all the leaders of the world, but it was the same night as Britney’s wedding,” Hilton later said on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, further adding, “And I’m like: ‘No, I’m not going to miss that.’”