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    Media From All Over The World Are Already Camping At L.A. Jail!

    LYNWOOD, Calif. – Media from around the world converged on a Los Angeles County jail Saturday in hopes of spotting Paris Hilton arriving for a three-week stay for violating her probation in an alcohol-related reckless driving case.Some 15 photographers, reporters and television crews staked out positions at three entrances to the Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood. Authorities had also cordoned off a grassy area outside the jail for members of the media.

    “Today, Paris is the story,” said Robert Penfold, a TV reporter with Australia’s Nine Network.

    As of late afternoon, however, the hotel heiress had yet to appear.

    Hilton has been ordered to turn herself in by Tuesday to begin her sentence.

    The prospect of Hilton’s arrival was on the minds of some at the 2,200-bed facility.

    “If it was me, I’d want to see her, because she’s famous!” said 29-year-old Trishan Bell during a visit with her mother, who is serving an 8-year sentence for drug-related offenses.

    Susannah Johnson, who was released Saturday after a one-day stay at the jail, said many inmates were angry at Hilton, believing officials were making room for the starlet at the expense of other inmates already coping with crowded conditions.

    “The only advice I could give her when she comes is to shut her mouth and do the time,” said Johnson, 35, of Claremont.

    The 13-year-old jail, located five miles south of downtown Los Angeles, has been an all-female facility since March 2006. The two-story concrete building sits in an industrial neighborhood, beside train tracks and beneath a bustling freeway.

    Though a judge sentenced her to 45 days behind bars, Hilton is expected to serve only 23 days because of a state law that requires shorter sentences for good behavior, said sheriff’s spokesman Steve Whitmore.

    Once she arrives, the “Simple Life” star will be housed in the jail’s “special needs” unit.

    Like other inmates in the special-needs area, Hilton will take her meals in her cell and will be allowed outside the 12-foot-by-8-foot space for at least an hour each day to shower, watch TV in the day room, participate in outdoor recreation or talk on the telephone.

    Inmates are not allowed to bring cell phones into the jail.

    Besides a decidedly unglamorous orange jumpsuit, inmates are issued a standard-issue kit that includes: a toothbrush, tube of toothpaste, soap, a comb, deodorant, shampoo and shaving implements, along with a jail-issued pencil, stationery, envelopes and stamps.

    Officers arrested Hilton in Hollywood on Sept. 7. In January, she pleaded no contest to the reckless-driving charge and was sentenced to 36 months’ probation, alcohol education and $1,500 in fines.

    She was pulled over by the California Highway Patrol on Jan. 15. Officers informed Hilton she was driving on a suspended license and she signed a document acknowledging she was not to drive. She then was pulled over by sheriff’s deputies on Feb. 27, at which time she was charged with violating her probation.



    Comment from anonymous
    Time: June 2, 2007, 4:46 pm

    I’m worry about how they will protect her. All areas are not segregated from the other inmates. I heard of a plot that 4 inmates and a gaurd were planning to assault her .

    Comment from admin
    Time: June 2, 2007, 4:57 pm

    I’m also worried. I don’t think we can trust these guards.

    If I were her, I would stay in my cell all the time. It’s really not safe for her go walk around without a real bodyguard.

    Comment from Sabrinia
    Time: June 2, 2007, 5:19 pm

    I hope they let her out early like they did that Michelle Rodriguez chick. It’d only be fair. I’ve heard other people commenting like attorneys (not connected to Paris/the Hilton family) say how most people with the same circumstances serve about a day before they’re released b/c of the overcrowding. They should NOT punish Paris more harshly than they would a “normal” person b/c that would not be fair, right or justice at all. The law is NOT supposed to make examples of people.

    I also think a better punishment woulda been house arrest with like ankle bracelets monitoring if she left or whatever. Then they wouldn’t have to worry about her safety, making room, etc and she’d still be punished ya know?

    Comment from admin
    Time: June 2, 2007, 5:26 pm

    I know, but they won’t let that happen to Paris. It really pisses me off that the media isn’t talking more about how unfair the punishement is.

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