Paris Hilton is bringing Sarah Ditum’s Toxic: Women, Fame, and the Tabloid 2000s to the small screen.

Hilton’s entertainment company 11:11 Media is developing a docuseries based on Ditum’s book, Variety reports.

Toxic, published in January by Abrams, follows nine women who were celebrities in the 2000s and popular targets for tabloid journalists and internet trolls. The stars featured in the book include socialite Hilton, singer Britney Spears, actor Lindsay Lohan, and wrestler Chyna.

In a starred review, a critic for Kirkus praised the book as “top-notch pop-culture commentary—a smart and entertaining look at female celebrity during a decade of immense change.”

Ditum will participate in the adaptation. “Toxic was always intended to put the women I write about back at the heart of their own stories,” she said. “Working with Paris and her team on bringing this book to TV feels like a kind of homecoming for the project, and I’m incredibly excited for what they’ll bring to the next stage of Toxic.”

And Hilton told Variety, “When I discovered Toxic, I was immediately taken by the depth of Sarah’s dedication, research and writing. Sarah’s work inspired me to envision Toxic as a documentary series where we can provide a platform for similar stories of those who had to navigate intense public scrutiny, so they can reclaim their narrative from a time when they had little control.”

Michael Schaub is a contributing writer.