Kathy Hilton: “[Paris] Is Very Excited To See The Family”

    Yesterday Kathy Hilton stopped by Lynwood to visit Paris and reported that her jailbird daughter “is very excited to see the family.” She then had a random run-in with a friendly pirate Paris fan, who’s vowed to camp out in front of Lynwood until Hilton’s Tuesday release.

    The most important bit of news Mrs. Hilton had to share: Paris is soooo over orange. “She can’t wait to get that orange suit off!” said Hilton. Take note, fashion mavens, once she gets out — orange is out!

    Posted: June 24th, 2007
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    Paris Hilton Media Madness To Resume This Week

    In preparation for Paris Hilton’s release from jail some time in the coming days, police already have made parking temporarily off limits around her Hollywood Hills home to avoid media madness.

    But with a literal crush of media interest, anything can happen when the hotel heiress [singer] walks free after 23 days behind bars.

    “Paris Hilton’s case, her release now, they seem to rank up there with a murder case like O.J. or a child molestation case like Michael Jackson,” said ABC News legal analyst Royal Oakes.

    Lawyers said with her time served, Hilton now can go anywhere. But, her legal problems aren’t over.

    “A judge is going to require her to make sure that she checks in, that she perhaps participates in an alcohol rehabilitation program, some sort of counseling,” Oakes said.

    Hilton’s neighborhood is located near Los Angeles famed Sunset Strip. Hilton has promised to behave and change her life upon her release — but some wonder if the heiress [actress], who is famous for being famous [acting in the Simple Life show], will be able to avoid the temptation of clubs and nightlife.

    “At this point, Paris probably [is] very sincere about wanting to change her life and do good things, but she doesn’t have a great track record,” said Us weekly West Coast deputy editor Dina Sansing. “I’m not sure she’ll be able to keep it up.”

    One thing that does appear certain is Hilton’s first post-jail interview. It will go to Larry King.

    ABC News

    What Dina Sansing is actually saying in other words is that she hopes Paris doesn’t change because she doesn’t want her to become a “good” person.

    I mean really, one would expect to hear positive comments! What a hater!

    Posted: June 24th, 2007
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    Woohoo!!! Paris Hilton Is Kicked Out Of Bad Boy Bad Girl Club

    Excellent News

    Those who have badly influence Paris in the past are turning against her and booting her out of their club.

    These bad people that Paris was talking about turn out to be haters! Remember when Paris said she can’t trust anyone?

    This is one more step towards the renewed Paris.

    The hater who wrote this letter did a couple of errors. I will point them out.

    Dear Paris,

    You are hereby notified that your membership in the Bad Boy Bad Girl club has been revoked. You slipped over the edge into stupid and are no longer good at being bad, so we want you out and will not refund your dues. And by “dues” I mean the dues you paid by doing a sex video, starring in “The Simple Life,” getting drunk in public, converting others to the club [Brittney and Lindsey, which, by the way, will also be receiving this notice], showing the world — via the paparazzi — your coochi, and all around acting without remorse or apology … all wonderful things.

    However, real Bad Girls don’t drink and drive, real bad girls don’t get caught, real bad girls don’t go to jail [that’s only cool if you’re a guy], and real bad girls don’t call Sarah Silverman a bitch. Moreover, we all know the rich don’t do jail time, and if they do, they do it with class [see Martha Stewart for details]. Therefore, you’re out.

    She was mainly sent to jail because of who she is. She didn’t really do anything to deserve jail. She didn’t consciously violate her probation, like her prosecutor’s wife.There is zero evidence that Paris called Sarah Silverman a “bitch.” That was only a rumour, just like when it was reported that she called Britney an “animal.” In fact, she never did. In any case, Sarah probably deserves to be called a “bitch.” However, she did admit in an interview that she was forced to say those things because Sumner Redstone’s MTV pressured her, so in reality, she isn’t really a hater.

    Fortunately for the other members of the club, you can’t buy your way back in. Feel free to re-apply, but for now you are on permanent suspension.

    I’m sure that many fans are very happy see her banned from your bad club as she renewes herself.

    Sincerely,

    Steve Santagati
    President

    P.S. Notifying you via TMZ is considered official.

    Thank you.
    From a fan.

    Posted: June 24th, 2007
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    Haters Hope Post-Jail Paris Hilton Fails

    Dealing with jail time for driving offenses was difficult, but now Paris Hilton faces the aftermath.The 26-year-old heiress is expected to be released from a Los Angeles County women’s jail early this week, and she professes a desire to shift her life’s course.

    But unlike most newly released inmates, Hilton has a trail of photographers in constant pursuit and a career based largely on partying and posing for pictures.

    Hilton insists she’s a changed woman after serving time behind bars.

    “I would like to make a difference,” she told Barbara Walters. “God has given me this new chance.”

    Saying it is one thing and doing it is another, said Dorian Traube, a professor of social work at University of Southern California.

    “If this indeed has changed her, then the transition will be very difficult because she’ll have to find a new purpose in life” beyond being queen of the party scene, Traube said. “Her life will have to change drastically, which is going to be tricky because she’s going to be in the public eye more than ever.”

    So long as she keeps her driver’s license current and doesn’t break any laws, Hilton will complete her probation in March 2009. She can reduce that time by 12 months if she does community service or records a public-service announcement, the city attorney’s office said.

    But Hilton and her family have hardly shied away from the media during her time behind bars. That constant attention, along with society’s “sick fascination with failure,” will make Hilton’s transition more challenging, Traube said.

    “She has almost set herself up to fail because there’s been so much talk about how she’s a changed person, how she found religion and she prays all the time,” she said. “People are bitter for the notoriety she has for having done very little other than party, so they’re standing around waiting for her to fail.”

    Abandoning her party-girl image, stamped by her appearance in a sex video, in favor of a philanthropic one will bring emotional costs, too, said psychologist Jeremy Ritzlin, who ran a halfway house for recently released federal prisoners.

    Hilton will be frustrated as she learns “whether she can rein herself in or not without it making her too crazy,” he said. “She’s not going to have an easy time adjusting because she’s led a hedonistic life of escapism where she doesn’t have to deal with who she is and what her problems are in the world.”

    Making a public service announcement against drinking and driving would be a good move for Hilton, said David Brokaw, a longtime Hollywood publicist.

    “That would say she’s serious” about changing, he said.

    “The American people don’t hold a grudge if somebody genuinely says `I was wrong, I made mistakes, I’m sorry,'” Brokaw said. “If she says that and it’s verified by what she does, then she’s on her way to maybe even better acceptance and interest than ever before.”

    Hilton told E! News last week that she plans to build a “transitional home” to help recently released inmates readjust to freedom.

    “These women just keep coming back (to jail) because they have no place to go,” Hilton said. “It’s a really bad cycle and if we stop it now, we can make our community a better place.”

    She said she is “much more grateful” after spending time in jail.

    “I appreciate everything now and I think there was a lot of bad people that I was around,” she told E! “I don’t want to surround myself with those types of people anymore.”

    Only time will reveal whether Hilton has really changed, said veteran publicist Michael Levine.

    “The soap opera, where it’s been filled with drinking and drugs and porn videos, is very, very popular and compelling,” he said. “If she turns the story to another, will it remain popular?”

    AP

    Hater SANDY COHEN’s article is interesting, but not because it is filled with pessimistic views. Sandy can only hope that she fails.

    Actually, her article is written in a very simple-minded way. This woman has absolutely no idea of who Paris’ fans are and what they want from her.

    The last paragraph is very interesting. Will Paris remain popular if the “soap opera” ends? Maybe it might diminish her fame at the same level of any other successful celebrity. And Paris is a professional celebrity.

    But what these haters don’t understand is that Paris is supposed to be famous for singing and acting. Like I said many times, in the past, people didn’t buy her music only because her image back then didn’t fit with her singing career. So imagine if Paris changes and people start approving her.

    Of course, hater Sandy won’t write about such things. Hoping that the mass public understands my statements is only a pipe dream.

    Still, maybe it would be a good thing for her own sake to reduce her fame and live a normal life. I mean she’s not forced to become a singer and an actress, but I know she wants to.

    We’re living in very interesting times, and it’s extremely important for Paris to understand her fans and her priorities. These haters are still very tricky, so be careful.

    Posted: June 24th, 2007
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    Hilton Family And Paris Hilton Never Asked Money For Interview

    A lot of false rumours are spreading on the internet. We now know NBC never really pursued an interview with Paris. Paris, herself, will not receive money for her interview, and never asked for it. Now all of this confusion started from Page Six’s careless article. Once again, they’ve caused a small backlash against the Hilton family by spreading false rumors. It’s Paris who ends up as a victim all the time. The media is spreading nonstop lies all the time, and people swallow everything without second thought whether it’s about Paris or anyone else.

    Hotel heiress and reality TV star Paris Hilton will give her first post-jail interview on CNN’s “Larry King Live” on Wednesday, the show’s spokeswoman said on Saturday.

    “She will be on for the hour,” Bridget Leininger told Reuters. “We had (filmmaker) Michael Moore originally scheduled for that time.”

    News of King’s exclusive comes the day after two major networks, NBC and ABC, both passed on Hilton interviews amid reports and subsequent denials that they were willing to pay for the first interview.

    Leininger said “‘Larry King Live’ does not pay for interviews.”

    Hilton, 26, is expected to be released from jail on Tuesday after serving roughly half of her 45-day sentence for violating probation in a drunken-driving case.

    Posted: June 23rd, 2007
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    Paris Hilton Speaks Out About Interview

    “I am thrilled that Larry King has asked me to appear on his program to discuss my experience in jail, what I have learned, how I have grown and anything else he wants to talk about. Larry King is not only a world-renown journalist, but a true American Icon. It will be an honor to do his show.”

    Oh, we sure can’t wait!

    Posted: June 23rd, 2007
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    CNN Picks Up Paris Hilton Interview For Wednesday Night

    BREAKING NEWS

    Larry King Live is a good choice.

    Larry King is not necessarily a hater, but only a confused lemming. He will learn a lot about her after this interview.

    TMZ has learned Paris Hilton will make her post-jail appearance on “Larry King Live” Wednesday night.

    We are told Hilton will appear in-stuido for the entire hour of the show. It’s a major coup following the NBC debacle yesterday.

    This Monday, TMZ’s Harvey Levin will guest-host for King. His guests include Hilton’s lawyer Richard Hutton and an official from the LA County Sheriff’s department.

    TMZ

    Posted: June 23rd, 2007
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