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    Paris Hilton Haters Ignore Medical Claims

    Paris Hilton will be in court in 2:30 hours.

    Rarely has it been the simple life for Paris Hilton these days.

    The hotel heiress was headed for a courtroom showdown Friday that could put her back behind bars, as prosecutors sought to hold sheriff’s officials in contempt for releasing her early from jail.

    Hilton was ordered to report to court at 9 a.m. and will be brought in a sheriff’s vehicle from her Hollywood Hills home, said Superior Court spokesman Allan Parachini.

    The frenzy began early Thursday when sheriff’s officials released Hilton because of an undisclosed medical condition and sent her home under house arrest. She had been in jail for three days.

    Hilton was fitted with an electronic monitoring ankle bracelet and was expected to finish her 45-day sentence for a reckless driving probation violation at her four-bedroom, three-bath home.

    The decision by Sheriff Lee Baca to move Hilton chafed prosecutors and Superior Court Judge Michael Sauer, who spelled out during sentencing that Hilton was not allowed to serve house detention.

    Late Thursday, Sauer issued the order for Hilton to return to court after the city attorney filed a petition demanding that Hilton be returned to jail and to show cause why Baca shouldn’t be held in contempt of court.

    Baca does not have to be in court, and it was unclear who would represent the Sheriff’s Department.

    The move also was met with outrage from the sheriff’s deputies union, members of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, civil rights leaders, defence attorneys and others.

    “What transpired here is outrageous,” county Supervisor Don Knabe told The Associated Press, adding he received more than 400 angry emails and hundreds more phone calls from around the country.

    Hilton’s return home “gives the impression of … celebrity justice being handed out,” he said.

    Baca dismissed the criticism, saying the decision was made based on medical advice.

    “It isn’t wise to keep a person in jail with her problem over an extended period of time and let the problem get worse,” Baca told the Los Angeles Times on Thursday.

    “My message to those who don’t like celebrities is that punishing celebrities more than the average American is not justice,” Baca said.

    The Los Angeles County jail system is so overcrowded that attorneys and jail officials have said it is not unusual for nonviolent offenders like Hilton to be released after serving as little as 10 per cent of their sentences.

    In the hours after Hilton’s release, it was a madcap scene outside her house in the hills above the Sunset Strip. As word spread that the 26-year-old poster child for bad celebrity behaviour was back home, radio helicopter pilots who normally report on traffic conditions were dispatched to hover over her house and describe it to morning commuters. Paparazzi photographers on the ground quickly assembled outside its gates.

    Shortly before noon, Hilton issued a statement through her attorney.

    “I want to thank the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department and staff of the Century Regional Detention Center for treating me fairly and professionally,” she said. “I am going to serve the remaining 40 days of my sentence. I have learned a great deal from this ordeal and hope that others have learned from my mistakes.”

    Hilton’s path to jail began Sept. 7, when she failed a sobriety test after police saw her weaving down a street in her Mercedes-Benz on what she said was a late-night run to a hamburger stand.

    She pleaded no contest to reckless driving and was sentenced to 36 months’ probation, alcohol education and US$1,500 in fines.

    In the months that followed she was stopped twice by officers who discovered her driving on a suspended licence. The second stop landed her in Sauer’s courtroom, where he sentenced her to jail.

    AP

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    Comment from Sabrinia
    Time: June 8, 2007, 8:03 am

    “My message to those who don’t like celebrities is that punishing celebrities more than the average American is not justice,” Baca said.

    I love that quote! It’s so true! Celebrities like Paris should NOT be punished more harshly than the average Joe like you, me or the guy down the street would be. Celebrities should get the same and equal treatment that a “normal” person would. They shouldn’t get better treatment BUT just as important as that they shouldn’t get worse treatment either.

    Comment from Dona
    Time: June 8, 2007, 1:25 pm

    People who are role models and in leadership positions have a responsibility to the public.
    What they do behind closed doors is their business. When in public our children are observing their behavior. Many thousands of girls look at Paris Hilton and want to be just like her…money, glamour, etc. When she doesn’t comply with the law, what kind of a message does this send to our children. Paris needs to suck it up and stick it out and stop stomping her feet like a spoiled child. She can be taught valuable lessons through this
    experience. Wealth doesn’t build character…trials do! I’m glad the judge exercised “tough love”!

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