Paris Hilton’s lawyer, Richard Hutton, Speaks Out

    She’s stuck in solitary confinement with only one hour of free time a day, but so far, Paris Hilton is being described as a “polite and gracious” prisoner. That’s hot!

    In a statement outside the Los Angeles jail where the heiress is being held, Hilton’s lawyer, Richard Hutton, told the media that Paris is “doing very well under the circumstances.” But the circumstances, according to Hutton, are pretty harsh.

    According to Hutton, Paris was forced into a 100-sq. ft. “administrative segregation” (a fancy word for solitary confinement) cell because of her celebrity status. She’s only allowed out of her tiny cell for one hour a day to “be in the module, take a shower and talk on the phone.”

    Hutton also said that his client’s stealthy, late-night surrender was Hilton’s idea, adding that “Paris didn’t want to make a media circus out of the event. She just wanted to quietly start serving her time.”

    Hutton added that Paris will be doing a fair amount of self-reflection during her time in the clink, because “she wants to change the attitudes that exist about her.” Good luck, Ms. Hilton.

    TMZ

    Posted: June 4th, 2007
    Comments: 7

    Inmates Have Learned About Paris Hilton’s Arrival To Jail

    Inmates at the Los Angeles County jail didn’t realize Paris Hilton had checked in until they saw the TV reports this morning.The socialite will not have to mix with the general population. She’s being housed in the “special needs” unit. Hilton’s cell has two bunks, a table, a sink, a toilet and a small window. She does not have a cellmate.

    One inmate describes the jail as “so filthy it’s worse than skid row.”

    A sheriff’s spokesman says Hilton was helpful and cooperative. She arrived at the jail last night, after working the red carpet at the MTV Movie Awards.

    Hilton is serving time for violating her probation on an alcohol-related reckless driving case. The heiress is due out June 26th.

    Associated Press

    Posted: June 4th, 2007
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    Ex-Inmate: There Are Too Many Jealous Haters Will L.A. County: Unconfirmed Report

    Paris Hilton spent her first night in a Los Angeles County jail, a place that can only be described as hell, according to inmates released hours after the heiress went in.

    “It’s hell. Go to jail and you’ll find out,” Alicia Singleton, 23, said Monday as she left the Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood after serving five weeks for a crime she refused to describe.

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    But inmates also said the facility is very dirty and that as prisoners are checked in, they are given pamphlets on infections, according to Teresa Jones, a 50-year-old who was released Monday and declined to say for what crime she was imprisoned.

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

    Belinda Meraz, 30, who spent two weeks in the jail for what she called “absconding on a warrant,” said it would not be peaceful for Hilton and that the guards are constantly screaming at the inmates. She said she believed that other inmates were jealous of Hilton.

    “There are too many haters in there,” she explained.

    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 is located in an industrial area about 12 miles (19 kilometers) southeast of downtown Los Angeles.

    When she 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.

    Hilton’s publicist, Elliot Mintz, said he spoke with Kathy Hilton after she returned from the jail.

    “She told me it was very emotional,” Mintz said. “She also said that she feels this will be a time when Paris will be able to think and reflect and to spend time alone to learn from the experience because in Paris’ life she’s never alone — there’s always a constant chatter around her.”

    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’ probation, alcohol education and $1,500 (€1,113) 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 her probation.

    iht.com

    Posted: June 4th, 2007
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    Download The Second Episode Of Simple Life 5

    Update: A new link is available. This is the finale upload of the second episode of Simple Life 5.

    Big Primpin

    Paris and Nicole use their own brand of exercise to help campers get fit. The male counselor, Hunter, tries to impress Paris.

    ***Password is www.parishiltonsite.net

    The Simple Life 5 – Episode 2 XviD.avi

    Thanks to SYS.

    Posted: June 4th, 2007
    Comments: 10

    Fans Angry At Viacom, MTV and Sumner Redstone

    I found these comments posted by “Defender Of The Heiress” at TMZ and I thought it would be interesting to post it here. I want fans to understand that these were the people who allowed the airing of Sarah Silverman’ comments on television. Sarah was just a creature who had to say those comments as part of her job. How appropriate were they for television… especially on MTV? I mean seriously!

    “You people at Viacom are absolutely repulsive to allow such trash like Sarah Silverman to host the Movie Awards and say such tasteless and vile jokes about Paris Hilton. How dare you people endorse such deplorable behavior towards a person down on their luck. It figures, after your wonderful display of Janet Jackson’s breast at the Super Bowl Half Time Show that the FCC fined you people for…a staged scandal that ALL OF YOU WERE IN ON AT VIACOM AND MTV NETWORKS! Shame on you!

    Shame on Sumner Redstone for allowing this all to transpire under his watchful eye!

    This company is even worse than when I was an employee a few years back and it keeps getting worse by the second. You people should really be ashamed of yourselves. MTV has become a joke of a network, with TRL not even live anymore and moving to a time slot (1pm) set up for soap opera addicts, housewives and the elderly, I think TRL is on its way to being canceled in my opinion. Let’s not forget the endless slew of crappy reality shows and reruns of VH1 and CW shows like Top Model and Charm School. CORNY! Get your own shows and play some MUSIC VIDEOS FOR A CHANGE hence the name MUSIC TELEVISION. You people are ridiculous at MTV and VIACOM….I AM SOOOOOOOOOO GLAD I DONT WORK THERE ANYMORE. I WOULD BE SO ASHAMED TO TELL PEOPLE WHERE I WORKED IF I WAS STILL THERE WITH YOU PEOPLE BECAUSE OFTHE WAY YOUR COMPANY HAS BECOME.

    SHAME ON YOU MTV AND VIACOM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!”

    Posted: June 4th, 2007
    Comments: none

    Fans Await For New Paris Hilton After Jail Time

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    Hours after she admitted to paparazzi on the red carpet that she was “scared,” Paris Hilton traded in her designer duds for jail garb as she began serving her sentence for violating probation.

    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.

    Whitmore said Hilton was easy to work with.

    “Her demeanour was helpful. She was focused, she was co-operative,” he said.

    Video captured by showbiz gossip website TMZ.com showed Hilton arriving at the Lynwood facility with her mother, Kathy.

    Hilton’s publicist, Elliot Mintz, said he spoke with Kathy Hilton after she returned from the jail.

    “She told me it was very emotional,” Mintz said. “She also said that she feels this will be a time when Paris will be able to think and reflect and to spend time alone to learn from the experience because in Paris’ life she’s never alone – there’s always a constant chatter around her.”

    Paris Hilton is expected to serve just over three weeks for violating her probation in an alcohol-related reckless driving case.

    She had until Tuesday to surrender to authorities and start serving her term, which already has been cut from 45 days to 23 days because of state rules allowing shorter sentences for good behaviour.

    Mere hours before her surrender, Hilton made a surprise appearance on the red carpet at the MTV Movie Awards, where she was the butt of jokes.

    “I am trying to be strong right now,” she told reporters on the red carpet. “I’m ready to face my sentence. Even though this is a really hard time, I have my family, my friends and my fans to support me, and that’s really helpful.”

    Later in the show, MTV Movie Awards host Sarah Silverman cracked an off-colour joke at Hilton’s expense in her opening monologue.

    The crowd cheered at the mention of her pending imprisonment but when the camera panned to Hilton, she was visibly displeased.

    The “Simple Life” star will be 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.

    So far, Hilton is not sharing her cell with another inmate.

    Hilton will take her meals in her cell and will be permitted 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.

    No one, not even visitors, are permitted to bring cellphones or BlackBerrys onto the grounds of the facility.

    The jail, a two-storey concrete building, has been an all-female facility since March 2006.

    It is located in an industrial area some eight kilometres southeast of downtown Los Angeles.

    “I did have a choice to go to a pay jail,” Hilton said Sunday, without giving details.

    “But I declined because I feel like the media portrays me in a way that I’m not and that’s why I wanted to go to county, to show that I can do it and I’m going to be treated like everyone else. I’m going to do the time, I’m going to do it the right way.”

    In some instances, high-profile celebrities are permitted to serve their term in a facility of their choosing.

    In these cases, they pay a fee for their daily room and board in a smaller jail, which can provide them with greater privacy and comfort.

    Zsa Zsa Gabor, for example, paid US$85 a day when she served three days in 1990 at the El Segundo jail near the Los Angeles International Airport for slapping a Beverly Hills police officer.

    During Hilton’s sentencing on May 4, Superior Court Judge Michael T. Sauer ruled that Hilton would not be allowed any work release, leave of absence from prison or use of an alternative jail, or electronic monitoring in lieu of her term.

    Authorities have said their latest celebrity inmate will not be allowed to give television interviews while serving her sentence and that aggressive steps were being taken to prevent cameras from being smuggled into the facility.

    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.

    AP

    Posted: June 4th, 2007
    Comments: 1

    Sending Your Mail To Paris Hilton

    The office pool debates can now be settled: Paris Hilton’s official stats are now public domain.

    According to the booking sheet, Hilton (aka no. 9818783) has blonde hair, blue eyes, stands 5’8″ tall and weighs in at 115 pounds. A healthy diet of prison food might add a few pounds — she probably isn’t used to three square meals a day!

    If you find yourself suffering from Paris withdrawal over the next 23, why not head down to the Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood, Calif., where regular visiting hours are Saturday and Sunday from 8:30 AM – 3:30 PM and then from 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM. But if you can’t make it to Lynwood, you can send her mail at: 11705 S. Alameda St., Lynwood, CA 90262. Be sure to include her booking number!

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    TMZ

    Posted: June 4th, 2007
    Comments: 1

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