Paris Hilton Transferred To Lynwood Jail

    TMZ has confirmed that Paris Hilton was shipped back to the Century Regional Detention Center in Lynwood last night — the same jail where she allegedly teetered on the verge of a mental breakdown. Authorities decided she was OK to leave the medical ward at Twin Towers jail in downtown Los Angeles.

    Sources tell TMZ that Hilton has been doing much better with the proper meds, and we’re told that there has been pressure on the Sheriff’s Department to move her back to the Lynwood jail when the medical facility was no longer necessary. We’re told that now Hilton has been deemed “medically stable.”

    What remains to be seen is if the medicines Hilton was taking will continue to be properly administered .

    A rep for the L.A. County Sheriff tells TMZ that Paris was taken from the correctional treatment center at Twin Towers “late last night” and was transported back to Lynwood. The last time she did time at Lynwood, she was in a solitary cell in a special needs unit.

    The Sheriff’s Department has scheduled a press conference for 8:00 AM PDT. TMZ has learned that the news conference at 8:00 AM will last all of 30 seconds and won’t address any further issues.

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    UPDATE: A Sheriff’s rep tells TMZ that Paris will be in the medical clinic at Lynwood until they are sure she will remain medically stable. After that, Paris will move to the same cell she was in before she left the facility.

    UPDATE: We’re told that Hilton was transferred last night around 11:00 PM.


    Posted: June 14th, 2007
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    Paris Hilton IS Getting A Special Treatment

    If Paris Hilton serves out all 23 days of her jail sentence, she’ll be doing more time than four out of five inmates in the same situation, according to a new analysis.

    The Los Angeles Times reports that it combed through 2 million jail releases and found 1,500 cases similar to Paris’ since 2002. If she’d done just four days, she’d have done more time that 60% of those cases. The full 23? Less than 20% did that kind of time.

    Meanwhile, MTV is whipping up a new animated series featuring a souped-up Paris, reports Gatecrasher, from none other than Spider-Man creator Stan Lee. A source says that the Paris character is a close cousin to “Stripperella,” the 2003 strip based on Pamela Anderson. Weirdly enough, Paris’ ex-guypal Paris Latsis (remember him?) is also on board the project, at Paris’ request.


    Posted: June 14th, 2007
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    Pestering Haunts Again

    Well, well, is gaining some awareness again. Page Six just reported about it, and it’s only a matter of time before TMZ and Associated Press write about it, and cause another buzz.

    I don’t think has posted any new content. It’s probably selling the same old videos. I really don’t understand how they’re still in business, or whether or not, they have the right to sell new videos. is of, course, one of the most cruel websites I’ve ever seen. It is nuts and totally immoral. Thank goodness that Page Six is now trying to contact her lawyers.

    Posted: June 13th, 2007
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    New Paris Hilton Songs This Summer?

    Hip Hop Galaxy is reporting that Paris Hilton will be featured on Three 6 Mafia’s upcoming album, which is set to release on July 3 via Columbia Records.

    Now we know that Paris worked with Three 6 Mafia last year to produce a couple of songs with them, but apparently, that was for Warner Music. So I’m not really sure how this will work, but I really don’t know if Paris will be featured on this new album.

    I don’t know whether or not is reporting the truth. I’m not saying they’re lying, but it’s possible that they got this information from old reports.

    Plus, they’ve listed the tracklisting for the album, but none of the tracks appear to be featuring Paris, so I don’t know.

    I’ve already listened to a couple of Three 6 Mafia’s songs in the past. Unfortunately, I found them to be horrible and complete garbage in my opinion. It’s definitely not my type of music, but if perhaps, Paris brought a bit of her touch to the songs, maybe they aren’t bad. If you’re a massive fan of hip hop, you’ll probably love them. I love “Fightin’ Over Me” because it is very different and unique even though I hate hip hop.

    Anyway, the album is set to release on July 3, so we’ll probably know in a couple of weeks, but just don’t count on it.

    At the MTV Movie Awards, Paris Hilton met with one of the members of Three 6 Mafia, DJ Paul “and [he] gave her a hug, telling her how sorry he was about everything that was going on. Hilton shook her head, repeating, “I know, I know. Yup.”

    It’s interesting to note that Paris and Scott Storch produced a number of hip hop songs, but I’m more interested to know if they have the same effect of “Fightin’ Over Me.” Does anyone know if the song “Don’t Wanna Go Down” from my “Paris Album Remixes and Unreleased” is more hip hop? I like that song a lot.

    If you want to preserve Paris Hilton’s music, don’t forget to sign the petition.

    Hip Hop Galaxy and People

    Posted: June 13th, 2007
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    Kathy Hilton: “It’s Tough”

    Kathy Hilton was visibly upset after visiting her daughter yesterday, whose condition, as we xclusively reported, has apparently gotten worse. When we asked her how Paris was doing, she took a deep breath before answering “it’s tough”. Her parents’ visit must have been a bright spot in Paris’ week, though, Kathy described her daughter as being very happy to see her, putting her hands up on the glass that separated her from her mom as they talked.


    Posted: June 13th, 2007
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    Barbara Walters: Paris Hilton Can Cohost The View

    The topic of Paris Hilton caused a brief feud between Barbara Walters and her View co-executive producer Bill Geddie on Monday.

    At issue: Whether the incarcerated heiress could ever become a cohost on the daytime chatfest.

    Speaking together on Walters’s SIRIUS Satellite Radio show Barbara Live, the veteran journalist fielded a question from a listener who asked if Hilton would ever be allowed to cohost the show.

    “She would certainly always give us something to talk about,” said Walters, who earlier on that day’s episode of The View had told of her phone conversation with Hilton.

    But Geddie was less enthusiastic. “Let me answer that,” he said. “No.” This prompted Walters to respond, “Let me answer that: Yes.”

    Geddie insisted his reaction to Hilton was nothing personal. “We’ve been around her,” he said, “and she’s perfectly pleasant.”

    By Wednesday, Walters no longer seemed so keen to sign Hilton on. On Ryan Seacrest’s KIIS-FM radio show, Walters was asked if she’d ever try to speak with Hilton again. “I hadn’t really thought about it,” she said. “I wasn’t trying to speak with her [when we did speak].”

    Pressed Seacrest, “I would assume that you would be in discussions with her about having that first interview [after she’s out of jail].”

    “I have not discussed that,” replied Walters. “We have not discussed an interview.”


    Posted: June 13th, 2007
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    Dan Rather: Too Much Of Paris Hilton On TV

    Dan Rather continued his blowhard tour today, blaming the “dumbing down” and “tarting up” of news — as he has put it — on Paris Hilton and the media’s blanket coverage of the heiress’ jail travails.

    Talking to FOX News, Rather slammed the wall-to-wall Paris-in-the-slammer coverage, criticizing his ex-bosses at CBS News for running Hilton stories on the evening news. “There’s no empirical evidence that by going with Paris Hilton that [the newscast] attracts a younger audience,” said Rather.

    Rather tried to deflect criticism of news coverage from his replacement, Katie Couric, to his ex-boss, CBS CEO Les Mooves — and now, inevitably, to Paris. Kenneth, what’s the frequency?


    Posted: June 13th, 2007
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