'High Society's' Paul Johnson Calderon: I'm happy with my portrayal

Being the sole male cast member of The CW's reality show "High Society" never stops Paul Johnson Calderon from getting into the girl fights. Billed as the show's "Page Six scandal boy," Calderon has certainly made an impression during the show's first season.

He's thrown a drink -- glass and all -- at an unsuspecting friend, dodged police officers, squandered his mother's loaned money on designer clothes and booze, and allegedly was caught on camera stealing a purse.

Still, Calderon has no regrets about doing the how. "I'm very happy with the way I was portrayed," he tells Zap2it. "I don't think it was negative; I think it was fun. It's a lighthearted version of what real life is like."

One person whose portrayal can't be described as fun or lighthearted is Jules Kirby, Calderon's xenophobic ex-BFF who was seen abusing hotel service staff, falsely accusing Calderon of being an AIDS victim, and using the N-word casually. "My friends do not tend to be homosexuals, fat, or Jewish people," she tells the camera in one episode.

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