Thursday, June 07, 2007

Paris Hilton Free After Only 5 Days

LOS ANGELES - 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 at the Century Regional Detention Facility in suburban Los Angeles for violating probation in an alcohol-related reckless driving case.

James: What a joke. If this is was you or I we'd still be sitting there starring at the concrete walls and bared door. Ya think her multi-multi millionare father had anything to do with springing the spoiled heiress?? Of course. I guess prison is now the new rehab for celebrities.

What a hardship to have to serve ones time in a mansion.

According to TMZ reports Paris was having trouble sleeping, eating, was constantly crying and cracking from the stress. I bet you anything that was the "medical condition." That and/or she "threatened" suicide which still shouldn't get her out of prison but simply placed under suicide watch either still in prison or in a mental health facility.

Maybe she'll make a new "amateur porn flick" titled, "Four Nights in Jail" as a sequel to, "One Night in Paris" which made her "famous."

She'll probably now complain that the ankle bracelet that she now has to wear clashes with all of her designers shoes and will therefore get it removed. Then again maybe they can get one in pink since the LAPD will do anything for her. Either that or she'll get it removed because it leaves a red mark and causes her "stress" and makes her cry, not eat and lose sleep.

Maybe she'll do a spin off from her t.v. show, "The Simple Life" calling it, "The Criminal Life."

She must have fallen apart when she found that prison cells were nothing like a Hilton hotel room--with not even a mini-bar!! Maybe she told the prison officials that she doesn't look good in orange and since they didn't have jump suits in pink she developed this "medical condition."

I'm not the least surprised that Hilton couldn't back up her "tough talk" before heading into jail:

I did have a choice to go to a pay jail,” said Hilton, without giving details. “But I declined because I feel like the media portrays me in a way that I’m not and that’s why I wanted to go to county, to show that I can do it and I’m going to be treated like everyone else. I’m going to do the time, I’m going to do it the right way.

UPDATE: TMZ is saying that the apparent "medical condition" was that she was having a "break down." Duh. That's what prison is supposed to do--break you down!!!

I wouldn't normally blog about her and her ilk but this one really pissed me off.

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Lynne said...

Do you realize we have the male version of this sitting in the Oval Office?

Brent said...

Don't worry. Another hearing for Paris on Friday. When the sentence says that she can't be on house arrest, and the LA Sheriff let's her go on house arrest, something is FUBAR in that law system.

James said...


Very true. I'd never thought about that but it's an apropos comparison.


I couldn't agree more--I agree that this Sheriff is in contempt of court and the sentence needs to be served IN FULL--AT PRISON with NO ankle bracelet. It is absurd that she is getting away with disobeying the judge's orders by the ankle bracelet!!

You're right that our system is FUBAR when Sheriff departments start disobeying judge orders.

fashiongirl said...

James - They dragged her kicking and screaming back to the slammer this morning. She now has to serve the entire 45 day sentence in the klink. Kudos to the judge for putting his foot down on this one.

James said...

Fashion Girl:

Yeah I saw that picture of her crying in the back of the squad car. I say good--she needs to serve the sentence in jail as the judge ruled.

Brent said...

The rich, prissy bitch is back in jail! Maybe, just maybe the system worked for once.

James said...


Yeah let's hope so.

Tom said...

This deal with Paris Hilton's stay at a one-star hotel, IS interesting. We do like to see her get her comeupance for being the ultimate celebrity-for-no-known-reason.

But I do wonder what prison is for.

Is Paris likely to repeat her offense? Is Paris a threat to society? Is justice "fair" when poor, unknown persons serve their time without fanfare and proper legal representation while Paris has every advantage in the world.

I find myself feeling sorry for Paris. In most respects it is not her fault to have taken advantage of the advantaged life she was born in to. And I am troubled that her experience in jail will only make her cling that much tighter to the advantaged life of a spoiled diva. As Roshi Benjamin Franklin said, long before his face was printed on currency, "He does not possess Wealth; it possesses him."

James said...


That's a great quote--lots to think about there. I too do feel sorry for her a bit but I also feel sorry for those who do not have her advantages when defending themselves in court as you mentioned. Perhaps this stint in the poky will wake her up a bit.

Lynne said...

Oh, please you two! Sorry for Paris? Give me a break. Someone ought to send her spoiled ass to a third world country to do 6 months of volunteer work. She could help fit prosthetics on to Sudanese refugees or something.

This is probably the first time in her life she has ever been held accountable for anything.

James said...


Sending her out to Sudan is a great idea. We'll see if she's really "found 'God'" once she gets out. How much do you want to bet she won't step foot in a church.