Paris Hilton Suffers From Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) And Claustrophobia

    TMZ has learned that Paris Hilton suffers from extreme Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) and claustrophobia, and these conditions may have triggered the Sheriff’s decision to spring her from Lynwood Jail last week.

    We’re told Hilton is taking Adderall for her ADD. Although our sources were not specific, we’re told Hilton was not receiving all of her medications at Lynwood. As a result, Hilton was having severe panic attacks in jail. There were times she was so debilitated, she could not push the panic button in her cell.

    As for how she’s doing today, she’s depressed but not really crying. She has a pencil and a pad of paper and she’s spending her time writing down her thoughts. We’re also told she’s losing weight — although she’s no Nicole Richie.


    Posted: June 11th, 2007
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    Barbara Walters’ Full Interview With Paris Hilton

    I thought I should post the full comments’ of Barbara Walters, because the hateful media has been playing tricks by assembling different clips together.

    This is what really happened on the View.

    Posted: June 11th, 2007
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    There Will Most Likely Be A “Simple Life 6”

    I was told that the ratings of “Simple Life 5” would be good enough for another season, but I can’t say if there’s any truth to it.

    Nicole Richie, who has been busy these days promoting Simple Life 5 without Paris unfortunately, made a guest appearance on Late Night With Conan O’Brien a few days ago, I think. At the end of her interview, Conan O’Brien askedĀ one of the greatest questions to Nicole: “Is there going to be another season of this show after this?” (LOL, people don’t understand how this show continues to live).

    Nicole replied “there’re talking about, so we’ll see!”

    That’s of course, a very positive answer. This show, however, needs to be revamped in my opinion.

    Posted: June 11th, 2007
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    Keeping Paris Hilton In Jail Costs A Lot Of Money

    It costs more than 10 times the normal amount to jail Paris Hilton.

    TMZ contacted the Sheriff’s Department to determine just how much money the County is spending on Hilton — and it’s way more than it costs to stay at a Hilton!

    Sheriff’s spokesperson Steve Whitmore tells TMZ the average cost per day for a female inmate is $99.64. Paris, well, ain’t no bargain. It costs $1,109.78 to keep her locked up. The costs include medical treatment and staff associated with her needs.

    By the way, if Hilton were under house arrest, it would cost taxpayers zilch. The inmate shells out the cost of doing time at home.


    Posted: June 11th, 2007
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    Sctivists Go After Paris Hilton For Help

    Now that Paris has first-hand experience on how it feels to be in jail while suffering from a “severe” psychological illness, activists are challenging the infamous inmate to be a poster girl for all of the mentally ill in jail. That’s crazy hot!

    Earl Ofari Hutchinson, President of L.A.’s Urban Policy Roundtable, wrote a letter to Paris asking her to “use her star power to champion the rights of mentally challenged inmates,” emphasizing that it would “send a positive message that the rich and famous also care about the plight of the poor and underserved in the L.A. County Jail.”

    The organization tried to deliver the letter to Paris, but guards wouldn’t accept it. That didn’t discourage Hutchinson, who said they are trying to set up a meeting with Kathy Hilton to request Paris’ help.


    My message? Be careful. Paris is not a humanitarian, but first and foremost, an entertainer. She should always keep that in mind, even if haters don’t understand it.

    Posted: June 11th, 2007
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    Barbara Walters’ Conversation With Paris Hilton

    “‘I used to act dumb. It was an act. That act is no longer cute. It is not who I am,'” Walters quoted the hotel heiress as saying when she recounted the phone call she had with Hilton Monday on “The View.”

    In jail serving out the remainder of her sentence for violating probation on reckless driving charges, Hilton, 26, phoned Walters to discuss her state of mind, her experience behind bars and how she feels she has changed.

    “‘I’m not the same person I was,'” Walters said Hilton told her, reading from notes she’d taken during the conversation. “‘I know now that I can make a difference.'”

    She told Walters she wanted to do something meaningful with her life, like raise money for breast cancer since she’s had relatives who have been afflicted with the disease.

    Hilton also said she wanted to be a better role model for the young girls who look up to her, according to Walters. She said she decided to drop her appeal because she didn’t want to cause any more trouble, and prison and the chaos surrounding her sentence have made her realize she must clean up her act.

    “God has given me this new chance,” she said. “I’ve become much more spiritual.”

    Walters said she sounded tired, but totally aware of what she was saying. Hilton told Walters how terrible her initial three days in jail were.

    “I was not eating or sleeping,” she said. “I was severely depressed and felt as if I was in a cage. … It was a horrible experience.”

    Walters said Hilton was reading The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and all the fan letters she’s received while she was in her room. During short breaks outside her cell, she plays ping pong, she told Walters.

    Walters said Hilton didn’t complain or cry during their conversation. Walters said Kathy Hilton told her that her daughter said she will never take another drink and drive.

    Edited Fox News

    Posted: June 11th, 2007
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    Paris Hilton: “I Used To Act Dumb”

    Hilton got on the horn with Barbara Walters yesterday, and told her that she felt “caged” in jail, but said that she’s tired of playing “dumb” and that “God has given me this new chance.”

    “Good Morning America” reports that Babwa was on the phone with Paris’ mom Kathy when Paris called in on the other line — and said she wanted to talk to Walters directly. So Paris called her collect in New York, and they had a brief chat. Among the highlights: “I was not eating or sleeping. I was severely depressed and felt as if I was in a cage. … It was a horrible experience.” More details of the conversation will be unveiled on “The View” later.

    And in case you missed it over the weekend … TMZ told you that Paris won’t appeal her sentence, that she was “teetering on the brink” and “depressed” on Saturday while in jail, and, yesterday, that all she’s eating is cereal and bread, but that she’s feeling better on her meds.


    Posted: June 11th, 2007
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