No, Paris Hilton Was Not Arrested!

More information is coming as the day passes. Associated Press has released a new report which doesn’t mention the word “arrest.” Blame it on TMZ, always overexagerating and assuming, and they getting away with it.

This turns out to be a huge misunderstanding. Paris didn’t do anything wrong to get arrested. She only received a ticket for not having turned on her headlights.

But here’s the funny part: Paris Hilton and her publicist had no idea that her licence was suspended. So here we go again, 90% of the world is now getting the wrong message.

What’s even more crazy is that 99.9% of us didn’t know that Paris had no right to drive. How can they now say she has no right to drive while she was driving since her arrest in 2006?

If Paris’ licence is suspended, which still unclear according to the Associated Press, it’s possible that she will go to jail for 90 days, but that’s really not likely considering the situation.

We will need to know if her licence was indeed suspended.

Here’s a portion of the second Associated Press report on Paris Hilton:

WEST HOLLYWOOD, Calif. — Paris Hilton could have her probation revoked — possibly resulting in jail time — if she is found to have been driving with a suspended license because it would violate conditions of her previous sentence for reckless driving, authorities said Wednesday.

The 26-year-old hotel heiress and star of “The Simple Life” was ticketed for misdemeanor driving with a suspended license after her blue Bentley Continental GTC was pulled over on Sunset Boulevard on Tuesday, Los Angeles County sheriff’s Sgt. Duane Allen Jr. said.

She was stopped about 11 p.m. after authorities saw the car speeding with its headlights off, Allen said.

“Our office is waiting to obtain a copy of the citation,” said Nick Velasquez, a spokesman for the Los Angeles city attorney’s office. “Once we’re able to verify that Miss Hilton was driving the vehicle, we will request that the court revoke her probation and set a probation violation hearing.”

Hilton could face up to 90 days in jail if a judge finds she violated her probation, he said.

“That is certainly one of the possibilities,” Velasquez said. “The judge would make that determination.”

A call to Hilton spokesman Elliot Mintz wasn’t immediately returned.

Posted: February 28th, 2007
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