Paris Hilton Haters Gone NUTS

    I’ve noticed that many commentators in the media have become extremely arrogant and aggressive. Just turn on FOX News and look at the hard-headed news anchor (a woman naturally and very bitchy) and listen to her vicious comments about Paris Hilton, and the words she uses. She really believes that Paris should serve 45 days for her type of crime. She won’t even question about it! She insists that it was unfair to release her early. No doubt, the FOX crew is an extreme bigot and hardly have any understanding of who Paris is and what she has done so far. Apparently, all the woman could call Paris is “partygirl.” I also use that word to describe Paris, but in a different sense.Well, it took a while for this savage hater to ask the most important question: “Why was Paris Hilton released early from jail?” Many haters in fact will avoid to ask this question, and the media won’t discuss much about it.

    Paris Hilton was released early from jail and was reassigned because of personal medical reasons after extensive consultation.

    If you want to know what the medical reasons are, you will not get an answer, and you shouldn’t be due to medical privacy.

    She is NOT getting special treatment because of her celebrity status. Oh, believe me, the judge and people who run the prison would have never allowed her to get away with this.

    And this is a rare case, so it can happen.

    Posted: June 7th, 2007
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    Paris Hilton Under House Arrest


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    Paris Hilton has been reassigned from prison to house arrest less than four days into her sentence after suffering from an undisclosed medical condition, officials said Thursday.

    “After extensive consultation with medical personnel…. it was determined that Paris Hilton would be reassigned to a community-based alternative custody electronic monitoring program,” Steve Whitmore of the L.A. County Sheriff’s office said Thursday. “She will be confined to her home for the next 40 days.”

    “I can’t specifically talk about the medical situation other than to say that, yes, it played a part in this.”

    Hilton, originally sentenced to 45 days in jail for violating probation in a alcohol-related reckless driving case, was expected to serve a reduced sentence of 23 days in prison.

    Whitmore said because Hilton agreed to be reassigned to her home, she now has to serve the remainder of the original 45 days there.

    The 26-year-old celebutante turned herself in at the Men’s Central Jail in downtown Los Angeles just after 10:30 p.m. on Sunday night.

    Then she was escorted to the all-women’s Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood just after 11:30 p.m., where she was booked, fingerprinted and issued a jail uniform, sheriff’s spokesman Steve Whitmore said.

    The “Simple Life” star was being housed in the “special needs” unit of the 13-year-old jail, separate from most of its 2,200 inmates.

    The unit consists of 12 two-person cells reserved for police officers, public officials, celebrities and other high-profile inmates.

    Hilton was reportedly not sharing her cell with another inmate.

    She was permitted to take her meals in her cell and was allowed to venture outside the 12-foot-by-8-foot space every day for at least an hour to shower, watch TV in the day room, participate in outdoor recreation or talk on the telephone.

    Hilton has also had to do without her beauty accessories since the prison does not allow such things as curling irons, rollers, hair brushes, hair sprays, hair dye, tweezers, razors, hair removal wax and mirrors.

    Officers arrested Hilton in Hollywood on Sept. 7. In January, she pleaded no contest to a reduced charge of the alcohol-related reckless-driving charge. She was sentenced to 36 months’ probation, alcohol education and $1,500 in fines.

    But the heiress was pulled over again by California Highway Patrol on Jan. 15.

    Officers informed Hilton she was driving on a suspended license and she signed a document acknowledging she was not to drive.

    Then again on Feb. 27, she was pulled over by sheriff’s deputies, at which time she was charged with violating her probation.

    A traffic court judge ruled on May 4 that Hilton violated her probation and sentenced her to 45 days in jail.


    Posted: June 7th, 2007
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    Paris Hilton Is Out Of Jail


    TMZ has learned that Paris Hilton has not only had her sentence cut short, she is already out of jail!

    Unimpeachable sources tell TMZ the deal was sealed yesterday, and that Hilton made her exit early early this morning.

    She was originally sentenced to 45 days in jail, but that was reduced to 23. She served a total of three days — the normal stay for a violation of this kind.

    The L.A. County Sheriff’s Department will hold a news conference in an hour to discuss what went down.

    A spokesperson for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Dept. has announced that the Paris Hilton press conference is scheduled to start in the next 5-10 mins. TMZ will be all over it.

    Check back for updates.

    Posted: June 7th, 2007
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    What Happened A Few Hours Before And After Paris Hilton Went To Jail

    – She was very devastated and cried over Hater (yes, I agree now, she is one) Sarah Silverman’s shameful comments about her and the soulless mob’s cheering.

    – After arriving home, she and her family did a little prayer to God for protection in jail.

    – She was extremely terrified and cried a lot a few minutes before entering jail. She was mainly afraid of her inmates who turned out to be very nice to her.

    – She is now calm, doing well and reading books.

    – Tough reality of jail is getting her as an ex-inmate explains. And this will go on for an unnecessary 20 days, thanks to evil monster Michael T. Sauer.

    – Barbara Walters is desperate to do an exclusive interview with Kathy and Paris after Paris is out of jail.

    Posted: June 6th, 2007
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    Day 3: Paris Hilton Is Reading A Book; Doing OK

    From Insiders

     Paris Hilton is going au naturel. She’s taken her contact lenses out and her eyes are now officially brown.

    And we’re told the makeup is also history. A number of inmates have told her she’s better looking without it. One said, “Girl, you don’t need all that stuff.”

    Paris is squeaky clean, in a literal sense. She took her first shower, we’re told, with some privacy.

    She’s dealing with solitary much better today. She’s spending time reading a book. She also visited with her shrink again, and her lawyer, Richard Hutton.

    More inmates are telling Paris that she got a raw deal and she’s really into hearing that from them.

    Oh yeah, she slept some last night. Apparently, Paris is adjusting.

    We’re getting more stuff in an hour or so. C’mon back and see what we got!


    Not sure if I can trust TMZ anymore after what they reported yesturday, but this seems much more realistic.

    So I guess Paris is doing find in jail.

    Posted: June 6th, 2007
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    What Should Paris Hilton Do After She Finishes Her Jail Time?

    Paris Hilton isn’t supposed to get out of jail until June 26, but that doesn’t mean her friends and family aren’t thinking about welcome home plans.

    While Hilton usually joins her parents and siblings for their annual summer trips to Europe and the Hamptons, a source tells me it’s still unclear if she’ll make it this year.

    So, what should the embattled hotel heiress do when she’s sprung from the Lynwood Correctional Facility? I decided to ask some party experts.

    Hilton, of course, is most welcome at one of her favorite joints in New York City, Amy Sacco’s Bungalow 8. “We are going to swing from the palm trees and down Hilton shots,” Sacco says. 

    A Hilton shot? That would be Belvedere vodka with watermelon juice and a hint of lemon.

    Celebrity agent Mike Esterman advises Hilton to spread the love—over a few days and in multiple locales. He says she should hop on a private jet and celebrate her freedom with a “Welcome home weekend—Thursday, Friday and Saturday on three different continents.”

    If Hilton decides to do nightclub appearances upon her release, Esterman says she could bank mucho money. “If she regularly looks for $100,000 for an appearance without all this hype, I can only imagine how much she will get after all this media attention and anticipation,” says Esterman, who has helped broker paid appearances for Mario Lopez and Kevin Federline. 

    “If Lindsay Lohan was getting $400,000 for her 21st birthday party in Vegas,” Esterman says of the pre-rehab reports of Lohan’s total B-day windfall, “why wouldn’t Paris get at least the same for her coming home party?”

    With Hilton’s every move being followed by the paparazzi, Ivan Kane, owner of the Forty Deuce burlesque nightclubs, says a driver is essential for any and all appearances. “I’d get her a chauffeured car to drive her back and forth to make sure she gets home safely,” Kane says.

    Whether or not Hilton would even be allowed to cash in on postprison parties is a question I’ll leave to the legal experts, but a source close to the Hiltons tells me that she may not even have to worry about that.

    “The family will probably have some sort of gathering like a barbeque when she gets out,” the source says. “But I don’t think they want to have a Get Out of Jail bash. They don’t want to glorify any of this.”

    That would certainly be the right thing to do, says Nico Golfar, owner of L.A. marketing firm Nico Network Inc. “I don’t believe that she would want to draw too much attention to herself,” says Golfar, who has headed up branding campaigns and parties for the likes of Sony PlayStation, Vespa and Tanqueray. “I think she should make an effort not to be that girl.”

    New York Observer columnist and Barneys New York exec Simon Doonan says the Simple Life star should keep it, well, simple: “A quiet dinner with the folks at Hamburger Hamlet,” he says, “would convey the right tone.”


    I disagree with all of them. No need of parties. What Paris needs to do after she comes out of jail is do interviews for Simple Life and announce her plans of taking her career to the next level. This way she can show everyone that she has changed, but that doesn’t mean she shouldn’t party anymore.

    And I’m pretty damn aware that many greedy companies will try to pursade Paris to promote their clubs and products for large sum of money, but she shouldn’t fall for them. Paris needs to reinvent herself and become creative, not work for others. I really hate it when she promotes other people’s products, like Rich Prosecco. I don’t like it at all.

    This is just my opinion.

    Posted: June 6th, 2007
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    Paris Hilton Is NOT Crying; She’s Doing Quite Fine In Jail

    I suspected that someone is lying about Paris’ condition in jail due to conflicting reports in the media, especially by TMZ. TMZ in fact doesn’t always report the truth, even though they tend to get all the latest.

    So thanks to visitor, Sabrinia who pointed out this exclusive article by E!

    Paris is bored, cold and a bit fearful of her fellow inmates, but otherwise tells her family she is coping just fine behind bars, according to family and friends who have talked to E! Online exclusively.

    “She is doing much better,” Kyle Richards, Paris’ aunt, says in an interview. “So much better than the first day! That was tough, sure. But she’s been able to call home, she’s talked to her mom [Kathy] and to her sister, Nicky. And she says she’s doing well. Surprisingly well!”

    Kathy Hilton disputes reports that Paris continues to be upset and crying while in jail. In fact, Paris has even begun telling relatives how impressed she’s been with how kind jail staffers have been to her, even supplying her with extra blankets when she mentioned how cold she was in her cell. And though she is alone 23 hours a day, when she does cross paths with other inmates during her times out for exercise or to make calls once a day, nothing bad has happened to her.

    Friends say that was Paris’ biggest fear, mostly because she heard reports before she entered the facility of some inmates hoping to harm her if they got the chance. But so far, nobody has bothered her.

    “When she walks the halls, in fact, they call out to her, ‘Hey, Paris! How’s it going? Paris! Paris!’ They’ve been really nice to her,” says Richards.

    In fact, Paris’ biggest battle at the moment is not fighting fellow inmates—it’s battling boredom.

    “She’s just sitting in there for 23 hours a day with nothing to do,” her aunt says. “She picked out a bunch of books to take with her, but at the last minute she found out they wouldn’t let her take the books in with her. They wouldn’t let her take anything.”

    Jail staffers told Paris that due to security concerns, no inmates are allowed to bring personal items into the jail with them. She can, however, order books from stores online and have them sent to her. “So, she’s reordered everything she bought before she went in,” her aunt says. Those selections include faith-based books and writings on the subject of positive thinking, including The Power of Now and The Secret.

    And she’s jokingly telling friends and family that she will no doubt come out of the clink in better shape. All the free time is allowing her to practice Pilates moves in her tiny cell. And the terrible food means she consuming fewer calories than ever, she said.

    Not that it’s all peachy for Paris. It is still jail, she tells relatives. She’s having trouble sleeping at night because chattering from other inmates, which usually lasts all night long, can be deafeningly loud. And the lights are never totally out. Her family plans to send her a care package that will include an eye mask, hoping that will help her get some rest at night.

    “Who knows if the jail will let her have those things?” Richards says. “But we’re going to try. We’re doing what we can to help her.”

    Wednesday marks Hilton’s third full day at the Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood, California, where she is serving a 23-day sentence for violating her probation for alcohol-related reckless driving.

    Aside from her phone calls, she has been allowed to receive daily drop-ins from her lawyer, Richard Hutton, who has said she is “doing well.” On Tuesday, her psychiatrist, Dr. Charles Sophy, tagged along with Hutton for a two-hour visit.

    Hilton is tentatively slated to be released June 26.


    Posted: June 6th, 2007
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