Photos: Paris Hilton and Terrell Owens at Ghostbar

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A friend of DC-9 made it out to the whole Paris Hilton shindig at Ghostbar last night* and offered up some pictures from her phone to share. Paris was partying it up at the deejay booth with her entourage. Imagine that. Turns out Terrell Owens made it to the party as well. According to our friend, after asking Mr. Owens to take a picture with her, he replied, “I can’t.” Denied. More pictures appear after the jump. -- Rich Lopez

*We would have been there, but the Ghostbar folk aren't very big fans of ours. Ouch.

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