TMZ Boss Sympathizes With Paris Hilton

    TMZ Boss: Paris Hilton’s jail time is too harsh and that she is being used as an example

    Posted: June 1st, 2007
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    Posted: June 1st, 2007
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    Media Circus About Paris Hilton’s Jail Time Building Up

    Nothing quite stirs a media frenzy like an heiress to a hotel fortune preparing to surrender all the trappings of luxury for a three-week stay in the county jail.The countdown to Paris Hilton’s incarceration next week has sent the tabloid press into overdrive with stories alternately portraying her as a newly tearful, spiritual socialite or an unrepentant party girl kicking up her heels with the likes of Lindsay Lohan at Hollywood nightspots.

    Either way, Hilton is in for a change of pace during the jail time she was ordered to serve after police caught her behind the wheel of her Bentley without a valid license earlier this year, violating probation for a prior drunken-driving offense.

    The 26-year-old “celebutante” has been ordered to report to the Century Regional Detention Facility near Los Angeles by Tuesday to start serving her term, which already has been cut from 45 days to 23 days under state sentencing guidelines.

    Once she reports, Hilton will forsake her designer clothes, cell phone and other accessories — along with her freedom and privacy — for an orange jumpsuit and a small, Spartan cell with twin bunks and metal toilet (no seat, no lid).

    County Sheriff Lee Baca told the Los Angeles Times that steps have been taken to ensure no one smuggles in a camera to get pictures of the jailed Hilton, which would be of immense value to the tabloid media.

    But a shortage of cameras behind bars doesn’t necessarily mean Hilton is ready to surrender her vanity or fashion sense.

    Under the headline: “Before the slammer, Paris planning some glamour,” the New York Daily News reported that designers were ordered to Hilton’s home on Monday to give her a pre-jail makeover.


    “It’s understood that the glamorous inmate-to-be plans to turn the perp walk into a catwalk and she wants the media to see her looking her best,” Daily News columnists George Rush & Joanna Malloy wrote.

    Hilton, who lampoons her public persona as a clueless, child of privilege on the reality TV show “The Simple Life,” has succeeded in parlaying faux pas into greater fame since a sex video of her surfaced on the Internet some years ago. Several media outlets have suggested she is laying the groundwork to cash in on her incarceration.

    Rush & Malloy reported Hilton plans to keep a jailhouse diary to be published after her release.

    There were other indications that Hilton was turning to a higher power to pull her through. Her mother, Kathy, told celebrity Web site that her daughter was “preparing and praying” and last week Hilton was widely photographed toting copies of the Bible and “The Power of Now: A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment.”

    Days later Us Weekly magazine reported she was spotted living it up in Hollywood with troubled actress Lindsay Lohan the night Lohan was busted for drunken driving.

    People magazine, meanwhile, reported Hilton has been spending time with close friends, including her “Simple Life” co-star Nicole Richie, and has grown increasingly fretful about her upcoming jail term.

    “She breaks down crying a lot because she just can’t deal with the reality and pressure of everything that is happening,” People quoted one unnamed source as saying.

    Hilton’s publicist, Elliot Mintz, who she famously blamed in court for misinforming her about the status of her own driver’s license, was not immediately available for comment.


    Posted: June 1st, 2007
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    Sheriff’s Officials: Paris Hilton Will Probably Be Housed Alone

    Sheriff Lee Baca today laid down the law both to Paris Hilton and the paparazzi who are expected to stake out her stay, scheduled to begin Tuesday at a county jail in Lynwood.

    Baca said deputies and other employees at the Century Regional Detention Center in Lynwood have been told to treat the 26-year-old heiress like any other inmate.

    But even in a department used to housing celebrities, Baca said Hilton was “in a class by herself,” and said officials have taken aggressive steps that he hopes will prevent cameras from being smuggled into the jail — which some photo agencies have said is a possibility because of the price a shot of Hilton in jail would bring.

    Hilton will not be allowed to give TV interviews, he said.

    “Paying a debt to society should not be an element of her celebrity,” Baca said. “Her occupation is publicity, but no one should profit in jail.”

    Some Hollywood photo agencies expect Hilton’s jail sentence to be perhaps the major “get” over the next few weeks.

    “The reality is why don’t they just let her walk down the concrete carpet,” said Frank Griffin, co-owner of the Bauer-Griffin paparazzi agency. “This is going to be turned into an event like the Oscars.”

    Judge Michael T. Sauer sentenced Hilton last month to 45 days in county jail for violating the terms of her probation on a drunk driving plea after repeatedly driving her car while her license was suspended.

    Because of state rules allowing shorter sentences for good behavior, sheriff’s officials said she will serve about 23 days behind bars.

    Baca said it is unclear whether Hilton will surrender at Sauer’s court or report straight to jail. He said authorities will not allow her to “be seen in handcuffs … or in the back of a police car, forlorn and in handcuffs.”

    Once there, Hilton would go through the normal intake process, undergoing an interview by jail staff and evaluations for any medical and other needs, he said.

    Hilton will be kept away from the general population of the jail, which houses about 2,200 women.

    Despite tabloid stories suggesting Hilton had a preselected cellmate, Baca said no decision has been made about whether Hilton will share her 10 by 7 cell with anyone.

    Sheriff’s officials have told The Times that barring any unforseen crowding, Hilton is likely to be housed alone.

    Baca said Hilton will “experience her incarceration as all other women will experience it.”

    “She won’t get better food, she won’t get different lockup time or a different environment,” he said.

    Even with a system that handled the likes of O.J. Simpson, Robert Blake and other high profile inmates, Baca called Hilton — and the circus atmosphere surrounding her — “the most unusual ever in the history of the department.”

    Still, the message will be clear.

    “Jails are not circuses and not places where ‘fun’ is the priority,” Baca said. “Jail should be a corrective learning experience.”

    Posted: June 1st, 2007
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    Nicky Hilton: Paris Hilton Should Be Punished, But Jail Term Is “Absurd”

    With the June 5 deadline for Paris Hilton to turn herself in to jail looming, her younger sister Nicky is speaking out.

    “I think she should definitely be punished, but going to jail for a traffic violation is pretty absurd,” Hilton, 23, told PEOPLE Thursday at the BlackBerry Curve launch party in Los Angeles, which she attended with Paris.

    Though a source told PEOPLE Paris is dreading jail time, the 26-year-old heiress wasn’t showing it. Wearing a flirty pink dress, Paris was giddy and giggly as she chatted with her sister and a female pal. (She declined to speak to PEOPLE, saying: “I’m not doing interviews.”)

    A longtime Paris friend says the laughter is her way of coping. “She’s the eternal optimist,” the pal – who spoke with Paris at the party – told PEOPLE. “She’s been through so much, but that’s always her disposition.

    Paris has until June 5 to turn herself in to the Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood, Calif., where she will serve at least 23 days for violating probation by driving with a suspended license.

    After serving time, Hilton can look forward to a party – in St Tropez. She’s the face of a canned sparkling wine called Rich Prosecco and, according to the company, will appear at their summer party. When’s the party? Depends on when she gets out.

    “We have to wait and see what happens on June 5,” Gunther Aloys, the Austria-based head of Rich Prosecco, tells PEOPLE. “Her family is very anxious about what will happen. When it [the jail sentence] is over, she was planning to go on vacation at the end of June. We expect to have a party day then with her in St. Tropez.”

    The heiress – who came to Zurich in April for the brand – will also have a photo shoot on the Matterhorn in July or August, plus a market launch in England this summer. Her three-to-five year contract with the brand also includes a share of the business, though Aloys wouldn’t specify how much.

    Posted: June 1st, 2007
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    Fila Korea Will Temporarily Suspend Paris Hilton’s Ads

    Paris Hilton will temporarily disappear from advertisements for a South Korean sportswear firm while she is serving a jail sentence, the company said Friday.

    The multi-millionaire celebrity and heiress to the Hilton hotel empire was given a 45-day prison term in the United States earlier this month for continuing to drive despite having her licence suspended.

    She is likely to be released after 23 days if she behaves while behind bars.

    “We knew she is rather free-spirited but we never imagined she would go to prison for her behaviour,” Fila Korea marketing director Min Se-Joung told AFP.

    “As of today, we stopped all kinds of ads including TV commercials and print ads in which Paris appears,” he said, adding it was hard to tell when the company would resume the advertising.

    Fila Korea in late December signed a one-year contract with Hilton which is reportedly worth one million dollars.

    Min said that despite the latest case his company was “satisfied” with Hilton’s contribution to enhancing popularity of the brand, especially among young consumers.

    “Almost all the products that were worn by her in ads have been sold out,” he said.

    Posted: June 1st, 2007
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    Paris Hilton Is Commitment To Spirituality

    Paris Hilton has been taking some flack about her newfound reliance on faith in recent days, but you’d have never guessed it if you’d seen her yesterday – the girl walked around Beverly Hills all day wearing her faith on her sleeve (or at least her chest)! But Paris’ commitment to spirituality runs a little deeper than her sweatshirt – after stopping by her mom’s place and the hair salon, we caught her leaving the spa with yet another addition to her motivational library – The Secret! Finally, to wrap her day up, Paris stepped out in the twilight dressed in virginal white for a farewell dinner with a few gentlemen friends. That’s our Paris – even when she’s looking angelic, she’s no angel!


    Posted: June 1st, 2007
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