World Paris: Week 5

    1. Extended Footage of the Paris Hilton and Lady Gaga Video

    2. DreamCatchers presented at the International Salon and Spa Expo

    Posted: August 28th, 2010
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    Attorney: Paris Hilton was illegally searched

    Paris Hilton was released this morning on her own recognizance. This matter will be dealt with in the courts not in the media and I encourage people not to rush to judgment until all of the facts have been dealt with in a court of law. There will be no interviews and no more comments at this time.” – Paris Hilton’s attorney, David Chernoff

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    Friday night’s arrest of Paris Hilton on suspicion of cocaine possession may have been a law-breaker in itself, a source close to the heiress tells exclusively.

    Las Vegas PD officers pulled over a black Cadillac Escalade in front of the Wynn Las Vegas Friday night because they suspected pot was being smoked in the vehicle. The driver was Paris’s nightclub mogul boyfriend Cy Waits, who was arrested for suspicion of driving under the influence of drugs.

    But Paris was not searched on the scene, the source tells exclusively, and that’s where the case against Hilton may start to unravel.

    Paris was taken into the security offices at the Wynn and searched there, the source says. “Cops discovered the cocaine inside the security offices where Paris was taken. Because Paris was taken away from the scene where the car was pulled over, this could potentially be an illegal search of a person.

    “Las Vegas Metro didn’t follow standard procedures when Paris was arrested and her lawyer will be talking to the D.A. about this.”

    Paris is also insisting that the cocaine found in the purse wasn’t hers — because the purse itself wasn’t hers!

    “Paris says she changed the purse she was carrying at the last minute last night because the one she had didn’t coordinate with the rest of her outfit the way she wanted. She says she borrowed a friend’s purse because it matched better.”

    The implication, of course, is that the cocaine belonged to Paris’ friend and so she shouldn’t be charged for it.

    Paris’ high-powered Vegas attorney David Chesnoff plans on talking to the Las Vegas D.A. Monday morning and lay out his case, mainly that there is no basis to charge his client because, the amount of cocaine was, “negligible, the purse it was found in wasn’t hers, and Paris was illegally searched,” the insider says.

    Vegas Metro is issuing a press release on the bust later Saturday.

    Posted: August 28th, 2010
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    Video: Paris Hilton comments about burglary attempt in an exclusive interview

    This was filmed hours before Paris Hilton was arrested for alleged drug possession.

    Posted: August 28th, 2010
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    Paris Hilton released from jail after being accused of drug possession

    Reported by the Associated Press

    Paris Hilton was arrested on the Las Vegas Strip late Friday after police saw a cloud of what they suspected was marijuana smoke wafting from the windows of a black Cadillac Escalade driven by her boyfriend, then found a small amount of cocaine in her possession.

    A crowd quickly gathered near the stop on Las Vegas Boulevard near the Wynn Las Vegas resort at shortly before midnight Friday, and Hilton was taken into the hotel “to keep her safe” during the initial investigation, police Lt. Wayne Holman said.

    The 29-year-old socialite and Las Vegas nightclub mogul Cy Waits were booked into the Clark County jail, police said. Hilton was released early Saturday morning without bail.

    Officer Marcus Martin said police found that Hilton had a substance that tests later showed to be cocaine, but he did not say how much of the drug was found. She was arrested on a felony cocaine possession charge.

    If convicted of the low-grade felony, Hilton would get probation, but any violation would be punishable by one to four years in jail.

    Clark County District Attorney David Roger declined to comment Saturday.

    Hilton’s attorney, David Chesnoff, told The Associated Press on Saturday morning that he was still gathering facts about the arrest.

    “But I caution people not to rush to judgment,” he said.

    Hilton’s manager did not immediately respond early Saturday to telephone calls for comment. Her publicist, Dawn Miller, did not immediately return an e-mail message.

    Jail records showed that Waits, 34, remained held pending a court appearance on a charge of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Hilton’s court date was not immediately available.

    Waits and his twin brother, Jesse, are managing partners of the Tryst Nightclub inside Wynn Las Vegas, Drai’s after hours club at Bill’s Gamblin’ Hall & Saloon, and XS The Nightclub at Wynn’s Encore resort.

    Wynn Resorts officials did not immediately respond to messages early Saturday.

    Hilton hadn’t commented on the arrest publicly, although she appeared to be tweeting. After her arrest, she told fans she was in bed watching the television show “Family Guy” and then she announced she was going to bed. It was unclear if the tweets were coming from her, being sent out on time release or being sent by someone else.

    Posted: August 28th, 2010
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    Paris Hilton would’ve liked to be a nursery school teacher

    Paris Hilton recently told Absolute Now magazine:

    “I have basically done everything but if I wasn’t in the position I am in now I would love to be a nursery school teacher because I love kids.”

    “I would love to be a veterinarian because I love animals. That would be a dream for me.”

    Posted: August 26th, 2010
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    Video: Paris Hilton interviewed about her new Footwear Collection at Magic Convention in Las Vegas

    Posted: August 25th, 2010
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    Video: Paris Hilton comments on burglary attempt in West Hollywood

    Posted: August 25th, 2010
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