Skytypers and Beacher’s Rockhouse: “Congrats Paris On Your New CD”

    I found this video on YouTube. I’m very surprised to have seen this now because apparently, it was done in September 06, 2006!

    You know Las Vegas? They love Paris Hilton! And it’s one of Paris’ favourite places. She traditionally celebrates her birthday there every year. Remember when the mayor of Las Vegas proclaimed “Paris Hilton Day”? Ahh, yes, those were the golden days of Paris Hilton. They were the days when we celebrated the release of her debut album.

    Here’s a video where we can see Skytypers and Beacher’s Rockhouse congratulate Paris Hilton in the sky over Las Vegas at her record release party.

    It is a perfect timing to post this because this Friday, I’m launching a petition which will be titled “Preserving Paris Hilton’s Music,” and at the same, I will release Extra Paris’ “Paris Album – Remixes And Unreleased Songs.”

    I hope to get a couple of dozens of signatures, and then start promoting it more. Let’s make some awarness so that when Paris comes out of jail, she will know that there are some fans who want her to become a successful singer.

    I also wrote a couple of demands to Paris and Warner Bros, but if you would like to change some of them, let me know on Friday and I’ll see what I can do.

    Posted: June 5th, 2007
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    What Happened To Paris Hilton After Sarah Silverman’s Comments

    E! ONLINE’s MARC MALKIN reports on a little Paris Hilton mystery, as he tries to get to the bottom of her failure to actually get on stage at the MTV Movie Awards this past Sunday. According to a source, the hotel heiress had agreed to appear on stage during the live ceremony at the Gibson Amphitheater, rather than merely make a surprise appearance as an audience member. The source claims that Paris backed out because she “wasn’t feeling the love” after host Sarah Silverman’s opening monologue included cracks about her that spurred many in the audience cheer for Hilton’s impending incarceration. Malkin, who was in the audience, says one man reportedly shouted “More time for Paris” over the din. Of course, in retrospect, Paris checked herself in to jail later that evening — so that could have had something to do with her not wanting to be on stage in the spotlight. Reps for Hilton, Silverman and MTV did not comment when contacted by Malkin.

    Access Hollywood

    Posted: June 5th, 2007
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    Elliot Mintz: “[Kathy] Thinks Paris Will Emerge From This A Better Person”

    Prisoner 9818783 is on her best behavior, according to the latest updates from the jail where Paris Hilton is now leading the very simple life.

    Steve Whitmore, a spokesman for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, which runs the Century Regional Detention Facility in suburban LA, told the Associated Press that “her demeanor was helpful, she was focused, she was cooperative.”

    Whitmore said Paris, 26, had the usual jail breakfast on Monday: cereal, bread and juice.

    Paris’s mother, Kathy Hilton, who brought her daughter to the facility on Sunday night, is trying to be resolute, according to Hilton’s publicist, Elliot Mintz.

    Mintz told the New York Post that “Kathy is very emotional. She wanted to exhibit strength for her daughter.”

    Mintz added, “She thought it was the most important thing to do. She thinks Paris will emerge from this a better person. It’s only been a day.”

    The hotel heiress is expected to serve at least 23 days for violating her probation stemming from a DUI arrest.

    She is in the “special needs” unit of the jail, which contains 12 cells reserved for high-profile inmates. Each cell is 12’x8′ with a small window, table, toilet, washbasin and two bunk beds – though Hilton is alone, reportedly to prevent any cellmate from selling a story about the experience of spending time with the heiress.

    Posted: June 5th, 2007
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    Recapping Paris Hilton’s Day 1 In Jail

    Paris Hilton was doing well after spending her first night of her probation sentence in solitary confinement at a Los Angeles County jail, her lawyer said Monday.”She’s using this time to reflect on her life, to see what she can do to make the world better and hopefully, in my opinion, to change the attitudes that exist about her among many people,” attorney Richard A. Hutton told reporters after visiting Hilton.

    The 26-year-old hotel heiress checked into the Century Regional Detention Facility in suburban Los Angeles just after 11:30 p.m. Sunday to serve 23 days for violating probation in an alcohol-related reckless driving case.

    Hilton surrendered after a surprise appearance earlier that day at the MTV Movie Awards, where she worked the red carpet in a strapless designer gown. Now in jail-issued clothes, Hilton was being housed in a special unit where she was spending 23 hours a day in a solitary cell, Hutton said.

    “If she was an ordinary citizen she would have been placed in the general population. … She’d be living in a dorm with 30, 40, 50 other women and the time would pass pretty quick,” Hutton said. “She is really being punished because of her celebrity.”

    A spokesman for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, which runs the jail, said Hilton was easy to work with.

    “Her demeanor was helpful. She was focused; she was cooperative,” said sheriff’s spokesman Steve Whitmore.

    Hilton, accompanied by her mother, surrendered at the Men’s Central Jail in downtown Los Angeles. She was then escorted to the women’s facility in Lynwood, where she was booked, fingerprinted, photographed, medically screened and issued an orange top and pants, Whitmore said.

    Hilton’s booking photo showed the heiress wearing what appeared to be a V-neck shirt, eye makeup and lip gloss that highlighted a slight smile. Her long blond hair was draped over one shoulder. After checking in, Hilton was given her first meal: cereal, bread and juice.

    The “Simple Life” star was in the “special needs” unit of the 13-year-old jail, separate from most of its 2,200 inmates. The unit contains 12 two-person cells reserved for police officers, public officials, celebrities and other high-profile inmates. Hilton’s cell has two bunks, a table, a sink, a toilet and a small window.

    Like other inmates in that unit, Hilton will take her meals in her cell and will be allowed outside the 12-foot-by-8-foot space for at least an hour each day to shower, watch TV in the day room, participate in outdoor recreation or talk on the telephone. No cell phones or BlackBerrys are permitted in the facility, even for visitors.

    Although the accommodations are sparse for Hilton, it’s a step up from the general population.

    Teresa Jones, 50, of Lancaster, called the jail “so filthy it’s worse than skid row.” At check in, jailers hand out a pamphlet on infections, which are common, she said.

    “That place is hell; it’s awful. Life is easy compared to this,” Jones said.

    The jail, a two-story concrete building next to train tracks and beneath a bustling freeway, has been an all-female facility since March 2006. It’s in an industrial area about 12 miles southeast of downtown.

    When Hilton was sentenced May 4, the judge ruled she would not be allowed any work release, furloughs or use of an alternative jail or electronic monitoring in lieu of jail.

    Despite believing she received an unfair punishment, Hilton was taking responsibility by serving her time, her attorney said.

    “She knows it’s wrong, but her attitude is, ‘I’m going to come in here, I’m going to do my time, I’m going to get it over with and I’m going to show the world who I really am,'” Hutton said.

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

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


    Posted: June 5th, 2007
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    Important Statements From Paris Hilton’s Lawyer

    Paris Hilton is coping as well as possible with an “unjust, unfair” sentence alone in a tiny cell 23 hours a day, her lawyer said Monday after visiting the heiress.

    “Her attitude is: I’m going to come in here, I’m going to do my time, get it over with, and I’m going to show the world who I really am,” attorney Richard A. Hutton told reporters outside the women’s jail in Lynwood. “She’s using this time to reflect on her life, to see what she can do to make the world better.”

    Hilton, 26, was sentenced to 45 days on May 4 for violating her probation, but with good behavior could serve 23 days.

    She reported to jail late Sunday after a weekend of partying and attending the MTV Movie Awards.

    “She’s doing very well under the circumstances,” Hutton said. “The staff here have reported that she has been gracious, polite, and thankful for helping her.”

    Hilton’s celebrity made it impossible for her to serve her sentence in a dorm-like room with dozens of other women where “the time would pass quick,” he said. Instead, she’s been segregated from the general population and placed in a cell less than 100 square feet for 23 hours a day in solitary confinement, according to Hutton.

    “Because of who she is, they had no choice – and believe me, we are more interested in her safety more than anything else – but they had no choice but to place her in administrative segregation,” he said. “The one hour of the day she’s out, she is allowed to … take a shower or talk on the phone.

    “But she’s in isolation for 23 of the 24 hours of the day,” he added. “And ask yourself, for what? For driving on a suspended license as a probation violation. This is unjust, unfair, and she really is, unfortunately, a victim of a system that we pride so much on being fair. But for Paris Hilton it is not. Finally, my client’s reaction to this has been fantastic. I’m very, very proud of her.”


    Posted: June 4th, 2007
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    Extensive Interview Of Paris Hilton

    Paris Hilton talks to Kevin Frazier about her impending jail time.

    Stressful Paris clearly seems to affected by all the media coverage. I also think Paris is tired of the haters, and I can see that she wants to be treated like everyone else, so she can move on with her life.

    My question is how seriously does she want to take her career? But in order to do that, the media and maybe some haters might have to start embracing her.

    Will the media give her a chance? From what I’ve seen so far since she turned herself in, many of the haters in the media and the individual ones seem to have slightly softened up after Paris’ comments. I’ll probably post an article about this soon.

    Posted: June 4th, 2007
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    Paris Hilton Is Doing Fine In Jail

    Latest News

    TMZ has the lowdown on the Paris saga. Here’s what we know so far:

    Paris is winning over the jail staff. Fifteen hours in, they’re calling her a “model citizen” — gracious, thankful and polite to the staff.

    She’s wearing a short-sleeved, orange jumpsuit. She still has on the makeup she was wearing last night. Her hair is down. Oh yeah, speaking of hair, we were told ixnay on the hair extensions, but that’s not the case with her. The staff allows extensions that are “tightly wound.” We’re told Paris meets that standard, so she has been allowed to keep hers.

    She’s not interacting with any of the inmates, at least not yet. She’s only seeing them through glass. We’re told she’s not happy, but resigned to getting it done. She’s not teary, just very quiet.

    As for her cell — it’s 12×8 feet, with a bunk bed, a toilet and wash basin. There are two windows — a little one in the door, and one on the wall that overlooks buildings. It looks like she missed lunch, because she was meeting with her lawyer, Richard Hutton.


    Posted: June 4th, 2007
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