Los Angeles Times reported Paris Hilton, her long blond hair tied back in a ponytail and oversized sunglasses shading her eyes, pulled up to L.A. traffic court near downtown Friday more than 15 minutes late for her probation violation hearing. It was perhaps a moment when being prompt would have proved more fashionable.
She will have 45 days to consider that point.Two hours later, Hilton departed with a 45-day jail sentence and a verbal comeuppance from the judge, who told her the time had come to take responsibility for her own actions. She has until June 5 to report to Century Regional Detention Center in Lynwood to serve her time or risk a total of 90 days behind bars. On the stand, the socialite blamed her handlers for her being caught behind the wheel twice while her driver's license was suspended for a drunk-driving conviction.
She may well have driven illegally even more than those two times, but she was stopped for making an illegal turn and having no license plates on the front or back of her car.Asked whether she had understood the terms of the drunk-driving plea that she agreed to Jan. 22, Hilton, 26, said: "I just sign what people tell me to sign.
Someone give her a blank check giving me $1,000,000 and tell her to sign it.. I'm a very busy person."
You will have 45 days to consider how to structure your time more wisely.