Thursday, June 07, 2007

Cry Baby reported Paris Hilton was released from a Los Angeles County jail early Thursday because of an unspecified medical problem and will fulfill the reminder of her sentence in home confinement, a sheriff's spokesman said. The 26-year-old hotel heiress was sent home shortly after 2 a.m. fitted with an electronic monitoring bracelet. She had spent five days
5 days??? It was just a little over three days. She reported just befor midnight, and they let her out in the very early morning.
at the Century Regional Detention Facility in suburban Los Angeles for violating probation in an alcohol-related reckless driving case.... Whitmore said that under the new agreement, Hilton would be confined to her home for 40 days. "Because she has agreed to this through her attorney, her sentence is now back up to the 45 days. She has served already five days so that's 40 days," he explained.... "I am trying to be strong right now," she told reporters at the time. "I'm ready to face my sentence. Even though this is a really hard time, I have my family, my friends and my fans to support me, and that's really helpful."
But after a few days I realise jail is not a place I want to be. Boo Hoo. I want to go home.
.... Hilton was housed in the "special needs" unit of the 13-year-old jail, separate from most of its 2,200 inmates. The unit contains 12 two-person cells reserved for police officers, public officials, celebrities and other high-profile inmates. She didn't have a cellmate.

AvtressArchives blogged Richard A. Hutton, the attorney for Paris Hilton, had said that his client was doing well under the circumstances, but there were reports yesterday that Paris Hilton had been crying and cold in her cell.
I wonder if that would work for Scooter Libby.
Shaun Mullen blogged Paris Hilton Bawls Her Way Out of Jail.... The reason: Paris couldn’t sleep and had become a sniveling mess.
If you can't do the time, then don't do the crime! That applies to everyone except Robert Blake.
StateOfTheDay blogged Paris Hilton, whose only appreciable contribution to society is far less than those advocated by her supporters, has flown the coop. Apparently she was able to wrest herself free from the bonds of justice by doing what she does best: crying and whining until she gets her way.

Of course the official story is that her sentence was commuted to house arrest because of a "medical problem" which had developed during her five days spent behind bars. Most likely she had an allergic reaction to the reality that the world does not in fact revolve around her blond maned cranium like so many paparazzi satellites.

Now we must endure the endless stream of news cycles discussing her harrowing time in lockdown while we wait for the tell all book to hit the store shelves this fall. My money's on it being a pop-up book given how flat and two dimensional the participants are.

UPDATE: Hilton was brought back to the court room and was sent back to jail, screaming and crying, for the full 45 days. The only surprise is that the sheriff is not being held in contempt.


Anonymous said...

amen to that Don; nobody else in this world would be treated this way...only Paris...what a waste of humanity....and our media is to blame for all of this....why is it that a worthless piece of (you know) deserves all of this attention?

Anonymous said...

If that was my child I would had never let her destroy her life like she is doing. She will not live a long or happy life. And never will be secure in any relationship or have children or grandchildren. The world does not revolve around you Paris. I pity you.

Anonymous said...

where is my constitution?where is it written that if you have money you are treated better and above the law?we left england for this very reason.freedom,not what you could the halls of justice where is the justice? out in the halls cutting a deal,but only if you could pay.what a sorry state my country has become.i fought for my country and i see my brothers being treated like second hand citizens.homeless vets contributed to our society but what has this little piece of fluff contributed? nothing except her day people will wake up and see rightous rage against the system.

Gerry314 said...

This is a travesty. Another example of the flaunting of the laws of this land. What is going on in this country? All the Paris excuse makers are out their making this seem like the right decision, saying things like Paris was taking up a cell that could house a REAL criminal. Remember folks, drivng without a license isn't a crime any longer. Sure try driving without a license.

Anonymous said...

The only "travesty" going on here is that Paris the rich crybaby was able to go behind the judge's back and get the Sheriff's Department to defy an express order *not* to be fitted with an ankle bracelet because she just didn't like prison. Now she has to serve the entire sentence and, in typical spoiled brat fashion is now appealing her sentence.

I'm very happy to see this happening and look forward to the day when othr criminals such as Dick Cheney, George W. Bush, and assorted dregs will pay up for their crimes.

Don Singleton said...

I agree with what you said about Paris. I disagree with what you said about Bush and Cheney