When It Comes To Paris Hilton, Nothing Is For Sure

I think the video I just posted had certain things to suggest.

I don’t know if I really believe Paris knew her licence was suspended while she was driving. I think that maybe she was aware at a subconscious level, but maybe she didn’t think she would get the harshest treatment. And that the judge turned out to be a monster unfortunately.

I think that she has definitely been abused by the decision of sending her to jail for 45 days with no release or anything and literally, acting as if she is some sort of serious danger to public safety.

Well, is she? Honestly, I can’t say for sure. I know the haters are 1000% convinced (as always), but when I watch that video I have some doubts. From what I can see, someone is certainly taking advantage of her, or of her crime if you prefer.

Maybe she is innocent, or maybe not. I would go with the latter but at certain limit. But the sentence already says a lot.

I believe that Paris should take a lie detector test to determind if she really is lying, but even if she is, the way they are treating her is unfair. No one is questing this nonesense because no one wants justice for a rich, pretty and famous woman. Everyone is nodding in agreement.

Paris has already withdrawn from MySpace. She removed all her new posts. This probably happened due to the media coverage. Though, the petition is doing fine.

Let’s just hope that the new lawyer will get her out of this, or at least give her a softer punishement that doesn’t involve jail.

There’s not enough solid evidence to suggest that she deserves jail. In fact, many high profil commentators are stating their honest opinion that Paris could have gotten a different type of punishement, but because of who she is, she didn’t.

Again, it is for injustice we’re fighting for.

Posted: May 9th, 2007
Comments: 8


From: porsalainheart
Time: May 9, 2007, 9:56 am

I don’t think that the sentence was to harsh or that it was imposed as such just because it was Paris Hilton.This is what would happen to anyone who continues to ignore the terms of their probation.It is sad,pathetic and a joke that people are out there capitolizing and selling merchandise at the expense of someone else’s misery.I do feel sorry for Paris and her Varuka Salt mentality,but it isn’t her fault that her parents raised her to be spoiled and totally self centered.At least her sister has managed to do something positive with herself.I hope that Paris can to because frankly people are getting sick and tired of seeing her in the tabloids and flashing various body parts just for attention.But she needs to be held accountable for her actions and admit she messed up and quit blaming everyone else but herself.

From: admin
Time: May 9, 2007, 10:05 am

Well, for one thing, Paris is certainly not spoiled.

Actually I can assure you that Paris works much harder than her sister. She actually has a lot of projects going and makes more money than her.

From: Mat
Time: May 9, 2007, 10:20 am

I don’t think she is “inocent”, she’s actually guilty. If she was sober, nothing of this shit would ever happen to her. But she was allredy setenced for driving drunk. She got the “45 days in jail” for driving with a suspended license. It’s too harsh, if you see it at this point…

From: Sabrinia
Time: May 9, 2007, 10:29 am

I saw a video on TMZ, I think you’ve got it posted on here. Anyways her aunt Kyle said that the judge, Judge Sauer in this kinda case normally gives people 5-10 days, if that’s true then I think that shows that the sentence is WAY too harsh. Also people keep going on about celebs getting better treatment than normal people. If that’s true then that proves that’s not the least bit true. She’s getting a MUCH harsher sentence than the judge normally gives normal people for this kinda offense. If that’s true about the 5-10 days then I also think that kinda shows an abuse of power on his part, and like he didn’t come into the case unbiased like a judge is supposed to.
I think 45 days is way too harsh. I think what’d be better would be either mandatory time in rehab (where like jail she couldn’t get out early, and two she’d have to pay for it herself instead of taxpayer money paying for it like they do jail time), and or community service. With community service the entire community benefits, and she’d be giving back. Heck Naomi Campbell physically assaulted someone and didn’t get a lick of jail time. Therefore Paris does NOT deserve a lick of jail time either.

From: porsalainheart
Time: May 9, 2007, 10:36 am

Like I stated before

From: Me Myself
Time: May 9, 2007, 11:24 am

Paris, London, New York, Count Jail.

Dear Paris,

You are not above the law. If you erred, you should pay the price. Simple. The fact that you are perceived as a celebrity, does not give you the right to be pardoned. Stringer rules should actually apply. Your were forewarned.

Learn from your mistakes.

From: kevin
Time: May 9, 2007, 2:44 pm

People who are like the sentence is NOT hard, she needs to learn from her mistakes. 45 days IS way to harsh, she already learned from her mistakes. 5-10 days is even a lot. She doesn’t deserve anytime.

Leave the girl alone

From: porsalainheart
Time: May 10, 2007, 3:22 pm

You know something,I have some skeletons in my closet that I am not proud of and have had to do six months in jail,I used that experience to change my life around and have become a much better person for it.