Extensive Coverage Inside The Jail With Paris Hilton

Paris Hilton’s lawyer and shrink yesterday paid an extended visit to the jailed hotel heiress, who was seen crying through a second full day behind bars.Defense lawyer Richard Hutton and Dr. Charles Sophy spent about two hours inside the Century Regional Detention Center, cheering up the ditzy jailbird.

Hutton and Sophy – who moonlights as medical director for the L.A. County Department of Children and Family Services – refused comment as they walked out of jail.

Hilton appears to be cracking under the pressure of prison, even though deputies have rolled out the red carpet and extended VIP courtesies to the ne’er-do-well hotel princess, sources said

“They can hear her crying a bit,” said lawyer Paul Cohen, who is representing two murder suspects in the same segregated ward where Hilton is housed.

“She came out of her cell to make a phone call. She’s not used to making collect calls and she needed help. A sergeant had to help her.

“Apparently it’s tricky ,” Cohen sarcastically added. The lawyer did say Paris had been “friendly” with other inmates.

Hilton skipped a humiliating cavity search routinely done on all incoming prisoners, sources said.

“Paris didn’t have to go through the cavity search. When bent over, she didn’t have to cough,” said Saul Reyes, who does maintenance at the women’s jail as part of a work-release program.

“She didn’t have to spread ’em.”

Also, when Hilton checked into custody late Sunday night, jailers cleared the booking area and made inmates sit in a separate holding pen, witnesses said.

Hilton spent an hour going through a process that can often take 24 hours for many inmates.

“All the inmates waiting to be processed were taken into a temporary holding cell, and Paris was brought in and booked quickly. The inmates taunted Paris for getting special treatment,” a bail bondsman said.

A day room available to all prisoners coincidentally had a soda machine added just as Hilton arrived, Cohen said.

But jailers drew the line yesterday. Deputies turned back two deliverymen carrying a dozen red roses and a fruit basket with apples, oranges and a pineapple for Hilton.

The unidentified gift-giver had written on a card: “I hope you’re OK. Call me when you can. Don’t feel bad, remember you’re Paris Hilton.”

Hilton is serving a 45-day sentence for violating probation from a drunken-driving rap. But sheriff’s officials have said Hilton will spend no more than 23 days inside, and perhaps a lot less.

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Posted: June 6th, 2007
Comments: 2


From: Sabrinia
Time: June 6, 2007, 10:12 am

“But sheriff’s officials have said Hilton will spend no more than 23 days inside, and perhaps a lot less.”

Perhaps a lot less? I like the sounds of that. I hope it is a lot less than 23 days cause 23 days in solitary confinement over a suspended license is insane and way too harsh. Hopefully they let her out early. I wish they’d let her out sometime this week. They let Michelle Rodriguez out after not even a day, so why are they being so mean towards Paris and not letting her out yet?

From: admin
Time: June 6, 2007, 10:18 am

I don’t think Paris will allow herself to do that without completing 23 days. Hrmm, you see she might anger more haters, so that wouldn’t be a good image especially after she said she wants to be treated fairly.

Remember that haters don’t really understand that 23 days is not fair.

So it’s hard to tell.