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    Paris Hilton’s Future Plans

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    With jail life almost behind her, a changed Paris says she’s ready to open her own kind of Hilton, this one a transitional home for her fellow inmates.

    During the hotel heiress’ exclusive phone conversation with E! News’ Ryan Seacrest Thursday, Century Regional Detention Center’s prisoner 9818783 discussed her post-release plans, which include reaching out to her “sweet” jail mates and focusing more on charitable works.

    “I’m just excited to start this new life,” she told Seacrest in the collect call. “I appreciate everything now.” (Read excerpts from the exclusive conversation.)

    Without naming names, Hilton said her first order of business would be to remove herself from the destructive environment and company she was keeping before her in-and-out confinement in the Los Angeles County jail.

    “I think there’s a lot of bad people that I was around, and I don’t want to surround myself with those types of people anymore.”

    Thanks to credit for good behavior, Hilton is eligible for release after midnight Monday.

    The Simple Life star also set straight the record about her interaction with the other prisoners, saying they have helped her change her outlook.

    “I was really scared to come here at first, but all the inmates have been really nice and supportive and, I don’t know, it was different than I thought it would be,” she said. “It’s not like what everyone thinks about jail.

    “The walls are pretty thin and there are vents, so the girls next door talk to me through the vent, and they say, ‘Oh my God, my kids love you,’ or, ‘My dad, all he wants for Father’s Day is your autograph.’ ”

    Hilton said that when she is escorted through the jail’s hallways and passes by classrooms, the inmates will “all be in there and they’ll all wave and blow kisses.”

    “Everyone is really supportive and sweet,” she said. “If I’m crying and upset, they’ll say, ‘Don’t cry’ and ‘God bless you.’ ”

    Hilton also said that, despite the fact that she was “going a little bit crazy in the beginning,” she is “really proud” of her time in lockup and grateful for her increased appreciation of her own privileged existence.

    “A lot of these women, some of them didn’t even do the crimes that they are here for, and that’s why I want to get out of here. I’m lucky enough that when I leave here, I have a home to go to and I have a family that loves me.

    “And a lot of these girls in here, they don’t have that option. They go back to the street.”

    The issue is on the top of Hilton’s to do list once she checks out of Century Regional. She tells Seacrest she feels great compassion for the women and, as a result, has already spoken with jail doctors and other personnel about setting up a sort of safe house for newly released inmates.

    “I want to help build a transitional home so that when inmates leave here, they don’t have to go back to the street,” she said. “These women just keep coming back because they have no place to go.”

    Hilton said she hopes her facility will offer “a place for them to go get food, clothes on their back, get them up on their feet. Especially the mothers. It’s just a really bad cycle. If we stop it now, we can make our community a better place.”

    Edited Eonline



    Comment from monster
    Time: June 23, 2007, 3:19 pm

    Awesome!! I think one of the biggest problems many people have when getting out of jail is, “where to go now?” Helping these people getting back on their feet is a wonderful thing to do. 🙂

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