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    Eventually, The Bubble Bursts

    Ok, I know many fans feel very sick today because of what happened yesturday, but I think it’s time to recap everything and see what went wrong. You’ll feel much better after reading this, trust me.

    One thing is for sure, someone screwed this up, and it’s not entirely the fault of Paris.

    Let’s first look at the causes and see how Paris responded to them.

    What caused this to happen.

    1. The source of this disaster comes from her DUI arrest back in September 2006.

    2. In January 2007, she pleaded no contest to reckless driving. She was then sentenced to 36 months’ probation. Paris had no right to drive. One night, a policeman caught her and asked her to sign documents claiming that she knew she wasn’t suppose to drive.

    3. In February 2007, Paris is stopped and the policeman notices that she was driving with a suspended license.

    4. As of April 2007, Paris hadn’t enrolled in the probation program. This is a clear violation that automatically leads her to jail. In January 2007, the judge told to Paris’ crew that Paris had 22 days to enroll in probation.


    The media is obviously not quoting Paris a lot in their press release, but some of the things she said in court are very revealing and important.

    “I don’t know what happened . . . I did what they said”

    In other words, “I just followed what my lawyer, my advisers and my publicist told me to do and not do.”

    Asked if she read the documents that were sent to her, she said: “I have people do that for me.”

    That’s because Paris doesn’t have time the go through all her documents. It’s not really her job, but she is still responible for this.

    “I just sign what people tell me to sign.”

    When the policeman came to her and asked her to sign the documents, she did it because she had to. I don’t know if he told her that she wasn’t not allowed to drive, but if he told her she has to sign them, she had to. Then again, she should have known and paid attention to everything.

    Elliot Mintz claims that he was misinformed and was told that she didn’t have the right to drive for only 30 days.

    The judge didn’t believe Paris when she said her advisers told her that it was OK for her to drive because she received a written warning, which she signed. The signed documents were in Paris’ car for two months until she was pulled over in Feburary. The judge considers this as “the smoking gun,” meaning that she knew she wasn’t allowed to drive. Could it be that Paris just signed those documents and didn’t know what they were about? The judge doesn’t think so.

    Before the judge revealed the verdict to Paris, she looked at the judge and said “I just want to say I’m sorry and I didn’t do it purposely at all.”

    Indeed, Paris didn’t do this on purpose. She obviously doesn’t want to go to jail, and was crying. What she did do is not pay attention to what was happening. Her lawyer and her publicist aren’t any better. A case as serious as this one, and no one in her entourage told her the risk of going to jail?

    Or did she ignore her lawyers and thought that it would be OK to drive? Was Paris misformed?

    What really shocks me is that she has one of the best lawyers, Howard Weitzman, and he let this happen.

    Why didn’t Paris enroll in her probation program? Why didn’t anyone tell her that she had to do this within 22 days. Who let this happen? Or did Paris ignore this and thought she would get away?

    I refused to think that Paris is stupid enough to let this happen to her.

    Someone didn’t look after her and didn’t inform her.

    Another thing Paris needs to learn: Do not ever depend on others. Such cases are very serious and she should be responsible for herself considering her status.

    Her lawyer, Howard Weitzman, said he would appeal; I don’t know if that’s going to be successful, but I must say I’m very disappointed in him.

    It’s easy to say that Paris just turned her back to laws, but if you read the documents and look at what happened in the court, you’ll maybe realize that she was surrounded by high-profil men who were suppose to take good care of her situation.


    The consequences of her going to jail will be awful, but it won’t last very long. In fact, we are heading towards a real second phase of embarasement. She will keep a low-profil of herself, but believe me, she can come back with vehemence. Obviously, this immense media coverage we saw yesturday will only make her more popular. Why? Because Paris hasn’t been taken seriously by the public, not yet! Remember? Her debut album was suppose to change her image, but she screwed that up with the DUI arrest.

    Paris has self-destructed herself; she destroyed everything she worked hard for: the album, her movies, her whole business. But that doesn’t mean she can’t reignite herself and grow stronger. You know, in philosophy, we learn that when someone is put down and sees that he or she has lost everything, he or she will eventually come back with force. We often forget that Paris is only a human being like all of us, especially the haters don’t understand this. What have they understand about Paris, anyway?

    She is going to go to jail, but it will make her change. She will be locked up in a jail and will question herself and think about what she wants to do from now on. Don’t get me wrong, Paris is not an evil person; she’s capable of learning many things. Perhaps, as a commentator of this website said, hopefully, she will write a few songs and think about her projects as I suggested.

    The powerful world of Paris Hilton has fallen, but this strong person we’ve been with for many years and who gave us so many smiles and worked so hard for an increadible album will be back. I have no doubt in my mind that she feels absolutely terrible right now, but she has already been through all of this.

    I really hope that this will be an occasion for her to change and improve herself.

    I won’t bother talking about haters. This isn’t a funny matter. None of them in the media or on blogs, these hundreads of thousands of souless creatures, who judge people by their beauty, money and fame want her to go to jail because she violated the law. Their view of this matter is completely different. Some of them aren’t even capable of understanding what I just said.

    Now what?

    Obviously, starting from June, we will less and less about Paris in the media for 1 1/2 months. Many of you who come to this website and visit other fan sites won’t find a lot of news, unless if the media has some sort of contact with Paris.

    But I’m happy to say that you won’t be “bored” if that’s what you’re worried about. I’m working hard on EXTRA PARIS. It will run from May 25 to July 13, if you include the Hilton documentary.

    There’s also Simple Life 5 to watch. Hopefully, they won’t postpone it. And I hope that Nicole Richie will be with Paris, and that she does what needs to be done in order to promote the show. No doubt the ratings will be high because of what happened yesturday.

    I’ll try to work on some things, but it will mostly be about Extra Paris. You’ll have tones of things to watch and remember about the good old days.

    As for Paris, I really wish her good luck, and I hope that she takes good care of herself. We’ll be following her very closely.

    Until next time!



    Comment from Trevor
    Time: May 5, 2007, 11:04 am

    That was a good read, but after watching a TV Guide special just now in which they talked about the incidents, specialists such as a PR expert, lawyer, and publicist believe Paris won’t spend a full 45 days in jail.

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