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    Paris Hilton Will Spend At Least 23 Days In Jail

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    – L.A. Sheriff’s Department officials: Paris will be separated from the general inmate population.
    – Paparazzi and tabloid outlets will not be allowed to infiltrate the facility.
    – Whitmore: Paris is owed time off for good behavior.
    – Paris is hoping to appeal the sentence; she considers it too harsh.

    Paris Hilton will spend at least 23 days behind bars for violating the terms of her probation but will be separated from the general inmate population, L.A. Sheriff’s Department officials said today.

    The final decision, made by jailers today after reviewing her case file, is significantly less than the 45 days she was sentenced to serve this month but more than other celebrities have served for similar misdeeds.

    L.A. Sheriff’s spokesman Steve Whitmore said jailers have decided that because of her fame, Hilton will be kept off limits from the rest of the inmates at the Century Regional Detention Center in Lynwood. Rather, she will live in the “special needs housing unit” reserved for police officers, public officials, celebrity and other high-profile inmates. The unit contains 12 two-person cells.

    The department also warned paparazzi and tabloid outlets against trying to infiltrate the facility for what is expected to be much-wanted photos of Hilton behind bars.

    “This is not an e-ticket ride at Disneyland. This is a serious matter,” Whitmore said. “Anyone who takes advantage of this situation will face appropriate consequences.”

    Whitmore insisted that the department is treating Hilton like any other inmate, saying she is owed time off for good behavior.

    “She will do fine if she follows the rules,” he said.

    Hilton pleaded no contest to driving under the influence after she was pulled over in Hollywood on Sept. 7 by Los Angeles Police Department officers for speeding and making an illegal left turn. After she failed a field sobriety test, Hilton had her license suspended but continued to drive, violating the terms of her probation. She was pulled over three times during the period of her suspension.

    Hilton has said she will appeal the sentence, which she said was too harsh.

    latimes.com

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    Comment from Sabrinia
    Time: May 16, 2007, 6:41 pm

    I’m gonna be VERY bad if she does 23 days. From the articles I’ve been reading most people for the same set of circumstances (violating probation stemming from a DUI) don’t do more than 2 or 3 days at the VERY most. And it’s like that chick from “Lost” Michelle Rodriguez only served a few hours. If they could let her out early for the EXACT same set of circumstances then why can’t they let Paris out early? Jerks! I feel so bad for her 🙁

    Comment from Sabrinia
    Time: May 16, 2007, 6:41 pm

    Whoops! I said “very bad” and I meant “very mad”

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