Paris Hilton Appeared To Be In Good Mood Yesturday
Paris Hilton isn’t letting her impending jail time get her down.
On Saturday afternoon, the heiress, 26, briefly emerged from her Hollywood Hills home to an awaiting mob of photographers camped outside.
Wearing a yellow sunhat and tropical-print sundress with her hair in pigtails, she was chauffeured by a black stretch limo Escalade to a nearby Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf, ordered an iced latte, then promptly returned home.
“She looked gorgeous and seemed in high spirits,” says an onlooker. “She was smiling and playing coy with the paparazzi.”
On Friday, Hilton – who has until Tuesday to begin serving a minimum of 23 days for violating probation – was spotted at Hollywood hot spot Les Deux.
Clad in a skin-colored chiffon dress, Hilton showed up around 11:45 p.m. with a sizable entourage that included her sister Nicky and Nicky’s boyfriend David Katzenberg.
“Paris seemed very composed, but certainly was not the crazy party girl from recent nights out,” says one clubgoer.
On Thursday, the sisters hit an L.A. party at the Regent Beverly Wilshire Hotel, where Hilton was seen “laughing and living it up,” an eyewitness says. Afterward, the siblings made a brief appearance at a pre-MTV party at a Beverly Hills mansion.
Meanwhile, media have begun staking out the Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood, Calif., where Hilton is to do her time.
But Sheriff Lee Baca, whose department oversees the jail, told the Los Angeles Times on Saturday that authorities will not allow Hilton to “be seen in handcuffs … or in the back of a police car, forlorn and in handcuffs.”
“Jails are not circuses and not places where ‘fun’ is the priority,” Baca said. “Jail should be a corrective learning experience.”
Posted: June 3rd, 2007