Despite an apology from Paris Hilton, all-gay cabler Logo has decided to shelve a film about the hotel heiress over her anti-gay remarks.

Hilton apologized the day after a secretly recorded conversation with a gay male friend was released to the media. In the clip, Hilton is heard calling gay men on hookup app Grindr “disgusting” and likely to have AIDS.

“Gays are the horniest people in the world,” Hilton said. “They're disgusting. Dude, most of them probably have AIDS. I would be so scared if I were a gay guy. You'll like die of AIDS.”

Hilton said she wished she “could take back every word” in her apology.

“Gay people are the strongest and most inspiring people I know,” she added.

Apparently, that did not suffice. Citing the controversy, Logo said that it had yanked the 2007 documentary Paris Hilton Inc. from its schedule, the New York Post reported.

(Related: Bret Easton Ellis: I kind of agree with Paris Hilton on Grindr gays.)