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    Paris Hilton’s Behavior In The Courtroom

    I’m not sure if you noticed, but the media has been joking and laughing at Paris Hilton’s behavior in the courtroom.

    One thing we know is that she was crying all the time and shaking uncontrollably as she watched injustice unfolding before her, after the monster and the evil media humiliated her by forcing her to come to court and be nothing more than a spectator.

    There are very important behavior traits that need to be addressed lest there be misunderstandings. Paris was seen several times turning to her mom and saying “I love you.” At the end, after the obvious verdict was revealed to her, she screamed and said “Mom, Mom, Mom” and “It’s not right.”

    The media, of course, has subverted the meaning of this behavior and suggested that her behavior proves that she is spoiled and doesn’t want to face her consequences. Now that’s quite easy to say, isn’t it?

    Actually, what Paris’ behavior shows is something that many Americans are missing these days. It’s what the Hilton family is all about. It’s about family.

    Paris acted that way because she saw no hope. She saw that she didn’t have the right to be treated fairly, and so she turned to the closest person she knew. Many people don’t know this, but Paris and her mother are very close with each other. She calls her 10 times a day, apparently.

    It’s hard to explain this emotional behavior because I’m not a mother, but I know that many moms out there and those who email me understand it perfectly well. Kathy, as a mother, also cried because she knew she couldn’t do anything for her daughter.

    It’s something that some people don’t have these days, especially adults and the media making a mockery out of it made me sick. Well, maybe they misunderstood it.

    So Paris was left all alone. A philosopher called Heraclitus once said that one can find strength through despair. You might learn about this in college.

    That’s why I believe that Paris will come back with full force after she finishes serving her jail term, knowing full well that her harsh punishment will serve as a good example for others.

    This is just my personal opinion, BTW.

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    Comment from kevin
    Time: June 10, 2007, 10:14 pm

    Fuck the heartless, soulless, unforgiving media.

    Comment from thewaymouth
    Time: June 10, 2007, 10:58 pm

    I’m worried Paris will never fully recover from this. I don’t understand why she dropped the appeal when she still is not eating & sleeping well, is crying a lot. Looks to me has a damn good case. To me, screw the media. What does she have to lose now if the appeal is dismissed? She is supposedly already set to serve the maximum of her sentence.

    Oh, I’ve noticed the glee. People on the web were saying Friday afternoon that the picture of Paris in the back of the squad car — the absolute saddest picture I’ve seen of Paris, or of anyone, this side of near death — they were saying it was the most beautiful thing they’d ever seen. It was burning me up.

    As far as the media goes, they were proud as peacocks. Back on the East Coast, these guys on Boston sports talk radio of all things were laughing their heads off & wringing their hands like old biddies, mocking Paris. “Mommy! Mommy!” Saying she needs to grow up & she’s never had to face anything, she’s a spoiled brat, etc.

    Friday afternoon was one of my worst afternoons in a long damn time. What a horror show. I kept refreshing TMZ to see what new level of Hell they were subjecting her too, & oh how the hyenas were loving it. Hell, I’d feel bad for anyone, even Bush — maybe — to be treated the way she was Friday.

    Although they were a few in the minority of the media who’d seen enough. Greta Van Susteren, who’d been 2 feet away from Paris in the courtroom, said Paris is ill, she’d been through enough, not fit to go to jail, didn’t deserve this. Ann Coulter of all people said Paris should be able to pay her way out.

    I was so pissed off. 1, she’s a woman. & women by & large do cry more than men. This is based on this man’s life experience. Oh, I’ve cried, but usually in private. & Paris is more like a girl at this point, really, & girls cry more than women. 2, jail is a real bad experience. I can vouch for that from personal experience. It really is scary. & I have a harder life so I can deal w/it better. Hell, the equivalent of free bird like Paris going to jail for 45 days would be like me going to Gitmo.

    3, she HAS faced some adversity. 4 days already spent in jail for her was a hell of a long time. The MTV Awards show last week was a brutal public humiliation. Paris has been shook up since the sentence came down. She’s had things thrown at her at personal appearances, which then had to be cut short. In New York at parties rich kids played games of accidentally spilling drinks on her. Her album was the subject of a couple of different in-store scams, where people replaced the actual cover w/one of her w/a dog’s head superimposed, or her w/superimposed naked breasts. (I had a “friend” leave that pic as a comment on my MySpace page. A page where Paris has been listed as my number 1 friend since the day I added her.)

    Paris is an internet girl in an internet world, and she’s become the most hated celeb, the most hated person on the internet, w/threats, esp death wishes, made on her every minute of every day, it seems.

    Did you hear or see the the hoax that went around today/this weekend? A bulletin on MySpace that links up to a CNN page claiming she had been stabbed in jail multiple times. When I first saw the subject my heart raced, but I could find nothing on TMZ. Tonight I saw the linked up page. Here’s the add:

    http://www.omeletto.com/cnn.html

    Of course, when I saw the address it smelled funny, among other things wrong w/it (it claims she went back to Lynwood after court Friday & I knew that not to be true). I figured out it was a hoax, but others bought it, and one was worried & had even asked me to check into it. It’s sick mean nasty BS. Not funny at all.

    4), Paris kept telling her mom she loved her… This whole crazy hearing was out of her control, she was not allowed to participate, others decided her fate, played w/her like a yo-yo. They had dragged her out of her house in front of the media, took her from her mom & threw in a police car to go to court. When she had thought it was over. She’s supposedly claustrophobic, hadn’t eaten or slept for days, is on the verge of a nervous breakdown — I’ve sadly been there, too — she’s extremely fragile. You cling to what little you can. Like your mom. Who is right there in the room, for crying out loud. Telling Paris she loves her! It’s only natural to say it, to say it back.

    5), When the sentence was handed down & they took her away, Paris resisted & screamed, “It’s not fair! Mom!…” I wish I felt that damn close to my own mom. It’s a most basic instinct to reach out for your mom, especially when she’s there, when her daughter didn’t understand what was going on, why the judge had ratcheted the sentence back up to 45 days, when she hadn’t done anything wrong to bring that on. & her mom was crying, too! I mean, in that case, even as a man, if I was in Paris’s place I would have cried, too.

    To me she is like a wild thing. I don’t want her to lose her sweetness, her confidence, her daring, herself. Sure a little wisdom is a good thing. I think that when the jail sentence first came down at the beginning of May, that was a big eye-opener for Paris. She cried a lot all month leading up to reporting to jail. To me that was much more than enough right then & there. Hell, community service would have taught her enough of a lesson.

    But an enforced physical, mental & psychological breakdown of her, by society at large, for damn traffic violations, is so unfuckingbelievably wrong.

    & I am so sick of all this, you do the crime, you do the time. BS! Every adult in this country has broken several laws at one time or another. Nearly every single adult w/a license has driven under the influence. Paris tested at the bare minimum. She got caught, that’s all. & she’s not even in jail for that. But now she’s the poster child for drunk driving.

    Wednesday night David Letterman on Late Night kept saying to Nicole Richie that he didn’t understand what is getting into all these Hollywood lovelies going to jail. That he’d never been to jail. Well, he is just lucky as hell. & a damn hypocrite to be so indignant. I don’t know if he still does, but back in the 80’s he was a speed demon. He used to get ticketed for speeding way above the limit, regularly. He’s lucky he didn’t get in accident that killed someone.

    It all so angers me, makes me sick inside. I consider this The Salem Bitch Trials.

    I wish I could break Paris out of there. If I could I would. Leave the damn country forever if need be. The haters are never going to stop. She needs to do what’s best for her, only, right now, till she’s well. She needs someone to come to her emotional rescue. Bottom line, she needs out. She needs love now.

    Comment from thewaymouth
    Time: June 10, 2007, 11:09 pm

    PS
    I hear you, Kevin.
    & NOW I know that last week that when you were saying “I hate her,” you were actually referring to Sarah Silverman, not Paris.
    I apologize for guessing wrong.
    I assume and I make an ass out of me.

    Comment from admin
    Time: June 10, 2007, 11:11 pm

    thewaymouth,

    I really enjoy reading your posts. It really speaks the truth.

    I know, it also makes me sick. And when I think about it, many of these haters are not bad people, but it’s just the way they see things.

    You know being a fan is more than admiring her, it’s also speaking out against injustice; it’s not necessarily always about her. And we’ve seen injustice so many times with Paris. Just take the album for example.

    I thank you for proving me that I am not crazy, even though I spend too much time on this.

    As all of you said, this hatred only makes me closer to Paris.

    Comment from thewaymouth
    Time: June 10, 2007, 11:18 pm

    PPS As for you, Mr Hilton Site, I agree w/most of your points.
    And your hard work has been excellent all week.

    I’ve been & will keep on checking into TMZ AND here, as often as I can, every single day.

    Keep on keeping on.

    Comment from thewaymouth
    Time: June 10, 2007, 11:32 pm

    PPPS BTW, folks, the above note was done by me BEFORE I saw the admin note entered just before it, just so you know.

    & so, hey thanks a hell of a lot, admin. Yeah I haven’t felt so bad for someone in a long time. I know I’ll never ever know Paris, but I feel like she’s family now. Because I’m on Team Hilton.

    & yes, I have been a little concerned how you make time for this, but this a great site so it’s worth it. Because like I plan to tell Paris — if I can find out where to write her now — can you? Like you have time, right —
    like the ad for Loreal “Paris.
    Because you’re worth it.”

    & like Colonel Kilgore says in the movie Apocalypse Now,
    “Someday this war’s gonna end.”

    Comment from Steve
    Time: June 17, 2007, 5:19 am

    Thank God I found this site…. at least I know now that I am not the only one who is deeply disturbed by this.

    Before this unfolded I knew nothing about Paris Hilton: I am just not into celeb or the entertainment industry. But watching injustice compound injustice has been horrendous.

    What the hell is wrong with some people? Why can’t people scratch the surface and understand the facts of what has gone on here?

    Paris Hilton is a person, a young woman. She feels pain and suffers like everyone else. The relish with which the media and public have greeted her situation…. that in itself has been horrible to watch.

    As for the so-called ‘judge’…. I won’t even go there. To send a woman who clearly not well back to jail when serious criminals serve far less time… what sort of monster is the guy? He clearly not fit to be anywhere near to a courtroom.

    I too won’t feel well until she gets out. I can’t get my head around it. It is simply horrible.

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