FULL Press Conference About Paris Hilton’s Early Release

    CTV Newsnet: Steve Whitmore, L.A. County Sheriff


    Posted: June 7th, 2007
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    Why Paris Hilton Was Released From Jail (In French)

    Speak Français? Would like to understand what happened? Here’s a very fair explanation with Paris Hilton’s Stars Are Blind video added. A full press conference video will be added soon.


    Posted: June 7th, 2007
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    Paris Hilton Maybe Suffering From Schizophrenia


    Schizophrenia: A mental disorder lasting for at least 6 months, including at least 1 month with two or more active-phase symptoms. Active-phase symptoms include delusions, hallucinations, disorganized speech, and grossly disorganized or catatonic behavior. Schizophrenia is accompanied by marked impairment in social or occupational functioning.

    I was just listening to Ryan Seacrest on KIIS-FM here in LA (for work, I swear) and a woman, claiming to be an inmate at the Lynwood Correctional facility where Paris Hilton was just released from early this morning, alleges Paris was released due to schizophrenia and the amount of medication she was taking.



    Posted: June 7th, 2007
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    Paris Hilton’s Jail Release Was Because Of Mental Reasons, Not Physical


    Law enforcement sources tell TMZ Paris Hilton’s medical condition was purely psychological and that she was in peril of having a nervous breakdown, and that’s why she was released early this morning.

    Psychiatrist Charles Sophy visited Hilton in jail yesterday and the day before. We’re told after Sophy’s visit yesterday, word was passed to the Sheriff that Hilton’s mental state was fragile and she was at risk.

    The reason for releasing her had nothing to do with a rash or other physical issues. It was purely in her head.


    Posted: June 7th, 2007
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    Elisabeth Hasselbeck Doesn’t Understand The Real Issue

    Elisabeth Hasselbeck of The View, calls the transfer “disgusting” and shows her true colors of being hater after suggesting that no one should look up to Paris Hilton, although she understands that Paris can’t show her real talents because of the way the media always portrays, an issue that I will discuss one day.

    Elisabeth Hasselbeck says it’s “disgusting” that Paris Hilton has been transferred from jail to her home for medical reasons.

    Hasselbeck said on “The View” that this sends a message — “if you’re rich and you’re hot” then “we’ll let you off the hook.”Even the audience sounded horrified when Barbara Walters announced the news about Hilton.

    But leave it to the comedian of the group, Joy Behar (BAY’-hahr), to take a lighter view. She says Hilton is her new idol because she can “get out of more things than David Copperfield.”

    Hilton won’t be able to get out of her new ankle bracelet for 40 days.


    Posted: June 7th, 2007
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    President Of The Association Of Los Angeles Deputy Sheriffs Doesn’t Understand The Real Issue

    – Paris Hilton was released from jail because of personal medical issues

    – Prez Steve Remige refuses to discuss about this privacy issue

    – He wasn’t involved in her medical examination

    The president of the Association of Los Angeles Deputy Sheriffs (ALADS) says the Sheriff’s Department may have given Paris Hilton a break she didn’t deserve.

    Prez Steve Remige told TMZ, “There appears to have been preferential treatment.” Remige added, “This is not the first time that this has happened. Remember Mel Gibson.”

    Remige believes preferential treatment is coming from Sheriff Lee Baca himself. Baca has denied giving preferential treatment to celebs.

    As for Paris, Remige said, “On any given day, a thousand female inmates are in custody. Why is one case, out of the blue, treated any different than them?”

    Remige says there is a huge medical facility designed to treat inmates with health problems, and that releasing Paris should not have been a first option.


    Posted: June 7th, 2007
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    Why Paris Hilton Was Released Early From Jail


    After extensive consultation with Los Angeles County Medical Personnel, including doctors at the Century Regional Detention Facility, it has been determined that Paris Hilton will be reassigned to the community-based alternatives to custody: The CBAC program.

    Ms. Hilton has been fitted with an electronic monitoring device and will serve the remainder of her sentence confined to her home. She will now serve the full 45 day sentence. Ms. Hilton has been in custody for five days and therefore will be serving 40 days in the electronic monitoring program under the supervision of the Los Angeles County Probation Department.

    Posted: June 7th, 2007
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