Paris Hilton Thanks Her Supporters

    DISTRESSED PARIS HILTON fled her lawyers’ office in tears as she launched a desperate bid to avoid jail.

    The hotel heiress claims she has received death threats and admitted: “I’m very scared.”

    Paris, 26, who was given a 45-day sentence for driving while disqualified, says inmates have put messages on her website such as: “I’m going to kill you.”

    A friend added: “One person wrote she is going to steal Paris’s shoes — and if she argues, she’ll be beaten to a pulp. It’s horrifying.”

    But last night it was revealed that Paris WILL be segregated from dangerous prisoners for safety.

    She will get a regulation blue jumpsuit when she checks into Century Regional Detention Facility at Lynwood, California, which she must do by June 5.

    But Paris will be kept separate from more violent offenders in a “special needs” unit for profile lags.

    Los Angeles County sheriff’s spokesman Steve Whitmore said Paris will be locked up in a cell — 8ft by 12ft — 23 hours a day but will be away from the 2,200 inmates.

    Sgt Whitmore said: “She’s going to be assigned a two-person cell in an area for inmates with special needs, and she most likely will have another inmate in the cell with her.”

    Paris will be let out of her cell for an hour a day to shower, stretch her legs, use the phone or watch TV. She can expect three meals each day — with dinner her only hot food.

    She admitted: “I’m very scared but I’m grateful for the support and calls I’m getting.”

    Paris has hired a hot-shot lawyer Richard Hutton, who specialises in clients accused of drunk driving, to prepare her appeal.

    But the blonde seemed to be sobbing as she left his offices with mum Kathy on Tuesday. A pal said: “Paris is distraught. She can’t eat, she can’t sleep, she’s terrified. This is a nightmare.”

    California Governor ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER has promised to review her case — but not until she has exhausted the appeal process.

    Yesterday TV star and singer Paris was back driving her £120,000 Bentley from her Hollywood home to meet ex-fiancé PARIS LATSIS. She is allowed on the road because her ban expired on March 29.

    The Sun

    Posted: May 9th, 2007
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    Kyle Richards, Paris Hilton’s Aunt, Says “The punishment does not fit the crime. Period.”

    By now, almost the whole Hilton family, including Paris Hilton has recognized that Paris Hilton has violated her probation. Now, as you saw in the recent video I posted, Kyle Richards, Paris Hilton’s aunt and sister of Kathy Hilton came out and had this to say to the public:

    “I just want to say that this judge who gave her this 45 days sentence is known for this exact, exact, circumstances giving to 5 to 10 days sentence maximum. So obviously she’s been singled out. And it’s unfair. You can say whatever you want to say. She does not deserve this. The punishment does not fit the crime. Period.”

    Kyle Richards is well known for defending Paris many times. Many of her arguments are strong and always enlightening.

    I love this quote so much that I’m going to post it front page.

    Posted: May 9th, 2007
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    Lindsay Lohan Finds Paris Hilton’s Jail Sentence “Terrible”

    While doing press for her new movie “Georgia Rule,” Lindsay Lohan paid a visit to David Letterman on Wednesday to talk about her new film, her controversial behavior on the set and Paris Hilton’s recent legal troubles.”It’s terrible,” Lindsay said of former pal Paris’ 45-day jail sentence.

    Lohan also opened up about her highly publicized misbehavior while filming “Georgia Rule.”^

    [edited]

    Access Hollywood

    Posted: May 9th, 2007
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    Burning Question: Will Paris Hilton Attend Montreal This Saturday?

    I bet that she will since she is allowed to drive. And I hope she does because it will be good for her to leave the states a bit and go to a fresher place like Canada.

    Montreal is perfect place for her to spend some time during this crisis.

    And undoubtedly, her presence in Montreal and her participation in Bullrun 2007 will be huge. Montrealers are suppose to be very nice people, and I hope they will be even though many of them don’t know her very well, which means bad news. But the media will certainly be glad to see someone like Paris Hilton in their city!

    Again, I truly hope she goes there, and I will try to attend the event to see her.

    Bullrun 2007 will take place at Place Jacques-Cartier in Old Montreal (Old Port/Vieux Port), at 9am. This event will be broadcasted live in dozens of countries.

    You can the metro (subway) of Montreal to attend the event. The close metro station is “Champ de Mars.”

    I will have more information about this on Friday night.

    Posted: May 9th, 2007
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    The Media Didn’t Understand The Significant Quote Of Her Statement

    This is the media’s headline: Hilton: ‘Ready to Face the Consequences’

    When it should be replace by THIS:

    Hilton: ‘my hope is that I will not be treated worse’

    Five days after she was sentenced to jail, Paris Hilton says she understands the seriousness of driving under the influence and that she is not “above the law.”

    “I am ready to face the consequences of violating probation,” Hilton said in a statement released Wednesday by her new attorney, DUI specialist Richard Hutton. “I do not expect to be treated better than anyone else who violated probation. However, my hope is that I will not be treated worse.”

    The 26-year-old socialite was represented by attorney Howard Weitzman during her probation-violation hearing Friday. A receptionist at Hutton’s Pasadena office declined to say when Hilton retained his services.

    Hutton did not return repeated calls for comment.

    Hilton said she released the statement because “I feel the need to correct what I believe are misperceptions about me.”

    “I absolutely realize how serious driving under the influence is,” she said. “I could not live with myself if anyone was injured or killed while I was driving while impaired. Clearly, no one should _ no matter how slightly.”

    The notorious party girl, who parlayed her pampered lifestyle into a reality TV show and a pop CD, was sentenced to 45 days in county jail for violating the terms of her probation in an alcohol-related reckless driving case. A judge ordered her to report to the women’s jail in suburban Lynwood by June 5, adding that she will not be allowed any work release, furloughs, use of an alternative jail or electronic monitoring instead of time behind bars.

    Hilton’s original legal team, headed by Weitzman, filed a notice with the court on Friday indicating their intent to appeal the decision.

    Associated Press

    Posted: May 9th, 2007
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    Star Magazine’s Jill Dobson Is Now A Target

    Jill Dobson, a grinning media writer who works for Star Magazine is indirectly suggesting that Paris Hilton’s fans are “dumb.”

    In an interview with CBS News, the interviewer as always and crystally clear, a hard face extreme hater talks with her about the petition.

    They severily downgrade it, and what does Jill Dobson do next? She happily fools the millions of lemmings who were turning in for the interview.

    She says that fans who signed the petition did it because we, the fans, find Paris “glamorous.” And this hater, doesn’t even consider talking about the other fans, the ones who signed it for a reason. Instead she talks about the mass haters who are happy to see Paris go to jail because she lives a luxurious life. And she smirks.

    And that reason, is to stop the injustice put upon Paris by a tyrant.

    The petition may not reflect that, but many of the fans who signed it are fully aware about the injustice and are not afraid to talk about it with Paris.

    Posted: May 9th, 2007
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    BREAKING NEWS: Paris Hilton: Fans Are Right! She Is Not Treated Right

    Paris Hilton Speaks!

    Paris Hilton Ready To Fight Injustice With Her New Lawyer 

    “I’m Not Above the Law”

    Paris Hilton has issued the following statement through attorney Richard Hutton:

    “After reading the media’s coverage of my court hearing, I feel the need to correct what I believe are misperceptions about me. I absolutely realize how serious driving under the influence is. I could not live with myself if anyone was injured or killed while I was driving while impaired. Clearly, no one should — no matter how slightly.

    I am ready to face the consequences of violating probation.

    No one is above the law. I surely am not. I do not expect to be treated better than anyone else who violated probation. However, my hope is that I will not be treated worse.”

    Posted: May 9th, 2007
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