Paris Hilton Feeds Her Monkey

    Paris Hilton has a problem.

    Once again, TMZ cameras caught the slim slammer-bound socialite feeding the monkey — with frozen yogurt. Paris is a Pinkberry junkie!

    The heiress can’t seem to go more than 24 hours without a hit of the swirly stuff … but she’d better learn!

    Posted: May 18th, 2007
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    Video: Authorities Have Reduced Paris Hilton’s Jail Term

    Authorities in California have reduced Paris Hilton’s jail term to about 23 days, half of her original 45-day sentence. Joe Scarborough gets all the Hollyweird buzz from In Touch Weekly’s Kim Serafin and former child star Danny Bonaduce.

    Thanks for playing “Stars Are Blind”!!!!!!!!

    Posted: May 17th, 2007
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    Spencer Pratt Tells Why Hilton Shouldn’t Wind Up In Jail

    What a clueless, hard-headed and vicious interviewer, “She was unknows before that sex tape.” What’s you’re point? She wasn’t even involved in the release of the tape. And besides, that was long time, we don’t care anymore about it.

    He asks Spencer Pratt about how his petition is doing? What the hell? Does he, too, believe that the voice of the crazy majority is the truth? Of course, most people won’t sign it. Who wants to support a “stupid, spoild brat…”

    Ok, well, I hate to say that I disagree with Pratt, but not totally. Of course, everyone knows she could’ve avoided jail, although she did break the law several times. But, forget about the petition; we need to minimize the jail sentence. That’s what we should be doing. Though, Pratt is very right when he says Paris is being used for her celebrity status.

    Although Paris dropped her appeal and now agrees to serve 23 days in a special celebrity jail or something, ParisHiltonSite.net is still against it. Not against the jail sentence, but against the 23 days in jail. We’re not stupid, and many of us believe that she should be spending much less.

    But since Paris has dropped the fight, we need to change our views because she’s ok with 23 days, but I’m sure she’s not.

    We’ll see. Oh, and by the way, thanks to Pratt for speaking out against the media. It is the grinning media that is really killing us here. There’s no way of fighting it.

    Posted: May 17th, 2007
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    Bitchy Zeta Graff Won’t Stop Her Pointless Attacks On Paris Hilton

    Within days of claiming that she was too “emotionally traumatized and distraught” to stand trial in the lawsuit Zeta Graff vs. Paris Hilton, Case No. SC086295, self-described hotel heiress Paris Hilton was reported to be “clubbing” at a nightclub in Los Angeles. This raises questions about claims by Ms. Hilton’s psychiatrist on Monday that Ms. Hilton isn’t capable of testifying in the lawsuit, which was scheduled to begin earlier this week.

    In court papers filed Monday, psychiatrist Dr. Charles Sophy submitted a sworn declaration in which he stated Ms. Hilton is “distraught and traumatized as a consequence of the findings at the May 4 hearing … and her fear of incarceration.” He continued: “At this point in time, Ms. Hilton cannot effectively respond to examination as a witness or provide any significant input into her defense.” But according to recent news reports, Ms. Hilton was seen at Los Angeles nightclub Teddy’s on Saturday night. “Sporting a pretty sundress and a brimmed hat that kind of resembled a English riding helmet (neigh!), she spent the evening chatting and laughing with her girlfriends and appeared to be in a great mood …,” reports US Weekly.

    “If Ms. Hilton was nightclubbing on Saturday night, she should not have been representing to the Court on Monday morning that she was unable to participate in the trial,” stated Zeta Graff. “Ms. Hilton should be required to explain her actions and account for them. Under the law, even Ms. Hilton is supposed to be held responsible and accountable for her actions.”

    In the lawsuit, Ms. Graff alleges that Ms. Hilton used her wealth, power and celebrity to purposely damage Ms. Graff’s reputation by spreading lies to the press which were subsequently published in news outlets, websites, blogs and other media and read by millions of people around the world. Ms. Graff sued Paris Hilton on July 15, 2005 for libel and slander (defamation). Trial is scheduled to begin August 22, 2007.

    Ms. Graff is represented by attorneys Bruce A. Broillet, Michael J. Avenatti and Alan Van Gelder of the Santa Monica, CA law firm of Greene Broillet & Wheeler, LLP

    digital50.com

    “read by millions of people around the world”

    Give me a freakin’ break, Zeta! I’m pretty sure it was much less than millions of people. And you know what, even if it were, 90% of the same people who read the article don’t even remember about it!

    The question is when will you drop your who-knows-many years old forgotten case? And stop using Paris to make yourself notice?

    You really believe every person on this earth will mindlessly follow you like haters do without even questioning what you’re doing?

    Like I said, I, myself, don’t really believe Paris is that “emotionally traumatized and distraught” to stand trial, but I don’t like it when Zeta wants to use her and profit from her for some stupid case that 90% of the population don’t remember reading!

    Besides, who cares about Zeta enough to remember the article?

    And me tell you something. People so don’t care about her that 99% of the media didn’t even bother reporting her statement!

    Posted: May 17th, 2007
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    Eonline: Paris Hilton Won’t Fight Anymore

    Paris Hilton did the crime, and yes, she’s going to do the time.

    The Simple Life star has dropped her appeal of a 45-day jail sentence handed down earlier this month after she was found in violation of her probation for alcohol-related reckless driving.

    Attorney Richard Hutton filed the abandonment of appeal Thursday on the heiress’ request, according to court documents obtained by E! News. (View the new court filing as a PDF file.)

    The decision to take her punishment without a fight is an abrupt about-face from Team Hilton’s initial reaction but is in keeping with the socialite and her camp’s newfound contriteness.

    Just hours after she was sentenced on May 4 for driving with a suspended license, Hilton’s original lawyer, Howard Weitzman, filed the appeal, calling Superior Court Judge Michael T. Sauer’s 45-day sentence  imposition “inappropriate” and “ludicrous.” Her mother, Kathy Hilton, termed the order “pathetic and disgusting,” “a waste of taxpayer money” and “a joke.”

    Speaking to photographers camped outside her home the following day, Paris Hilton railed against the perceived injustice, claiming she was targeted because of her celebrity and that her court-ordered jail stay, to be served in the Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood, California, was “both cruel and unwarranted.”

    Hilton even went so far as to urge supporters of her plight to sign a petition seeking a pardon by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger. But by last week, she had hired Hutton to take over the case and immediately toned down the woe-is-me rhetoric.

    In a statement released through Hutton on May 9, Hilton said that “no one is above the law. I surely am not.”

    “I am ready to face the consequences of violating probation.”

    Perhaps making the judgment easier to swallow is the fact that she will only serve about half the time.

    On Wednesday, Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department spokesman Steve Whitmore announced that Hilton, 26, would serve just 23 days, owing to the heiress’ good behavior in advance of her incarceration.

    Whitmore credited Hilton with showing up for her court date as one of the reasons for officials to dock her jail time. Whitmore made the announcement to clarify concerns that the Simple Life star might serve just hours of her sentence or even be turned away entirely due to an overcrowded facility.

    Whitmore said that Hilton had been earmarked for a “special needs housing unit” at the detention center, for which inmate overcrowding is not a concern. The socialite will be kept in a 12-cell unit that is separated from the general population and is reserved for celebrities, public officials and other high-profile figures.

    Apparently, the new accommodations were enough for Hilton to accept.

    With no more appeals pending and Schwarzenegger saying he was “too busy” to consider any pardon, Hilton must turn herself in to the detention center by June 5 to begin serving her time.

    Posted: May 17th, 2007
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    Associated Press Report About Paris Hilton Dropping Her Appeal

    Paris Hilton won’t appeal the 45-day jail term she was sentenced to earlier this month for violating probation, according to court documents filed Thursday.A lawyer for the 26-year-old socialite notified Los Angeles County Superior Court that she is abandoning her appeal, said court spokeswoman Katherine Roberts.

    Hilton was ordered to report to jail by June 5 for violating the terms of her probation in an alcohol-related reckless driving case. She initially called the sentence unfair, and lawyers representing her filed a notice to appeal.

    She has since changed legal teams and is now represented by Richard Hutton, a lawyer specializing in defending drunken driving cases. Hutton and a spokesman for Hilton didn’t immediately return calls for comment Thursday.

    Hilton is likely to spend about 23 days in a “special needs housing unit” at the Century Regional Detention Center in suburban Lynwood, said Los Angeles County sheriff’s spokesman Steve Whitmore.

    The shorter sentence reflects an expectation that she is well behaved behind bars.

    “All inmates get credit for good behavior,” Whitmore said. “The inmate knows that if they behave and follow the rules, that’s something to shoot for.”

    Hilton will be separated from the general inmate population in a unit that contains 12 two-person cells reserved for police officers, public officials, celebrities and other high-profile inmates, he said.

    She could have a cellmate.

    Like everyone else in the 2,200-inmate facility, Hilton would get at least an hour outside her cell each day to shower, watch television, participate in outdoor recreation or talk on the telephone, he said.

    AP

    Posted: May 17th, 2007
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    Breaking News: Paris Hilton Drops Appeal

    Paris Hilton cancels appeals after she was informed that the Sheriff has agreed to reduce the amount of time she’ll have to serve to 23 days.

    UPDATE: Paris’ lawyer has now officially filed a document with the court, abandoning her appeal of the sentence. Documents to follow shortly.

    Courthouse sources tell TMZ that Paris Hilton has officially decided to drop her probation violation appeal.

    We’re told Hilton’s lawyer had planned to file an appeal at 1:30 PM today in Judge Michael Sauer’s courtroom. Sauer is the one who sentenced Hilton to 45 days in jail.

    But we’re told this morning, celeb attorney Richard Hutton had one of his peeps phone the court and say nevermind.

    What’s behind all this? Yesterday, Hutton met with Paris and informed her that the Sheriff has agreed to reduce the amount of time she’ll have to serve to 23 days. The Sheriff has also agreed to put her in a celebrity cell, away from the general population.

    Apparently, Paris feels her lawyer has gotten her the best break she can possibly get. So the intended appeal will not materialize and Paris will do the time.

    Posted: May 17th, 2007
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