BY JOANNA MOLLOY
and JANE H. FURSE
DAILY NEWS WRITERS
The Internet is not kind to Paris Hilton.
The vampy hotel heiress has already seen her infamous sex tape with an ex-boyfriend spread across cyberspace.
Now hackers have apparently put the entire contents of her cell phone on the Web - including the numbers of her famous friends, whose phones started ringing off the hook Saturday night.
"I got 100 calls in two hours," said Victoria Gotti. "I didn't want to take the phones off the hook because my oldest son was out on a date.
"This went on all night," said the peeved reality TV star and writer. "Finally, at 5:30 a.m., I took them off the hook. This morning, I put them back on and they started ringing immediately. It's driving me insane."
It was unclear last night how the names and numbers got posted, but they appeared just days after a techno-crook pleaded guilty to hacking his way into T-Mobile last fall, gaining access to millions of customers, including Paris Hilton's T-Mobile Sidekick account.
The hacker, Nicolas Jacobsen, 22, reportedly pleaded guilty to one count of breaking into a protected computer Tuesday.
Jacobsen and other computer crooks apparently entertained themselves by raiding the Sidekick files of celebrities.
William Genovese, 27, another hacker facing unrelated charges, told the online newsletter securityfocus.com that Jacobsen had candid photos of Hilton, Demi Moore, Ashton Kutcher and Nicole Richie that the celebrities had snapped with their cell phone cameras.
Jacobsen's activities surfaced as part of a Secret Service crackdown on Internet fraud last October.
According to court papers, Jacobsen didn't just spy on celebs after he hacked into servers at T-Mobile. He also allegedly monitored Secret Service E-mail, and snatched passwords, Social Security and cell phone numbers from many of the wireless giant's customers. He allegedly used the online moniker "Ethics" to post the information.
FBI officials could not be reached for comment last night.