Paris is free

June 7, 2007 at 3:54 pm (Uncategorized)

Not to be outdone by Jennifer, Paris has done the undoable – she’s free. Yes folks, a grand three days. Sigh, you gotta love the deep meaningful world of celebrities…

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6 Comments

  1. Louisa said,

    Unbelievable! I am without words…
    (and that’s really saying something)

  2. tbhanks said,

    Yep, I’m without words too. I simply can’t comprehend how it’s been allowed to happen.

  3. Gnome said,

    At least she’s been tagged, guys. Now she’s not allowed to leave her “sprawling mansion”, and they will know her every move. Poor Paris…

  4. tbhanks said,

    Poor, poor Paris…knowing her she’s going to turn it into the next must-have accessory. So sad.

  5. kash99 said,

    Its after 10pm on Friday nite..and i thought i just had to copy and paste the following article which just dropped on the wires…

    222 glbh Screaming Paris Hilton sent back to jail to serve entire sentence for probation violation Eds: RECASTS lede, tightens. By LINDA DEUTSCH
    AP Special Correspondent
    LOS ANGELES (AP) _ Screaming and crying, Paris Hilton was escorted out of a courtroom and back to jail Friday after a judge, overruling the county sheriff, ordered that she must serve out her entire 45-day sentence behind bars rather than in her Hollywood Hills home.
    “It’s not right!” shouted the weeping Hilton. “Mom!” she called out to her mother in the audience.
    Hilton, who was brought to court in handcuffs in a sheriff’s car, came into the courtroom disheveled and weeping, hair askew, sans makeup, wearing a gray fuzzy sweat shirt over slacks.
    She cried throughout the hearing, her body shook constantly and she dabbed at her eyes. Several times she turned to her parents, seated behind her in the courtroom, and mouthed, “I love you.”
    Superior Court Judge Michael T. Sauer was calm but apparently irked by developments of the morning. He said he had left the courthouse Thursday night having signed an order for Hilton to appear for the hearing.
    When he got in his car early Friday, he said, he heard a radio report that she would not appear and that he had approved a telephonic hearing. He said no such thing had been approved by him.
    “I at no time condoned the actions of the sheriff and at no time told him I approved the actions,” he said of the decision to release Hilton from jail after three days.
    “At no time did I approve the defendant being released from custody to her home on Kings Road,” he said.
    Hilton’s release for an undisclosed medical condition, and the decision to allow her to serve the time at her Hollywood Hills home, angered some local and state authorities and civil rights leaders who argued it could interpreted as affording the socialite favors not available to other, less famous, inmates.
    The hearing was requested by the city attorney’s office, which had prosecuted Hilton and wanted Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca held in contempt for deciding to reassign Hilton to home detention despite the judge’s express order that she must serve her time in jail.
    A member of the county counsel’s staff said that Baca was concerned with Hilton’s medical condition and was willing to come to court with medical personnel to meet with the judge. The judge did not take him up on the offer, and took no action on the contempt request.
    Assistant City Attorney Dan F. Jeffries argued that Hilton should be returned to jail and said that was purely the judge’s decision to make.
    He said that “her release after only three days erodes confidence in the judicial system.”
    Hilton’s attorney, Richard Hutton, implored the judge to order a hearing in his chambers at which he would hear testimony about Hilton’s medical condition before making a decision.
    Ag shame, ne??!!

  6. tbhanks said,

    Ja shame. She just has to mess with a person’s news ne. But at least she’s doing it Paris style and doing what she does best: Keeping the spotlight on her.

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