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Yiktin Voxbane
7th June 07, 10:20 AM
Just saw a news flash, Apparently this miscreant has been released after only 3 days . Personally I care not for whatever it is she does .... but whatta precedent this sets . Your Honour, my client is stressed and has a medical condition that has been excaserpated by her malicious Jailing ....

Oo new news flash, apparently she's in Hospital, under house arrest .


If this skank ends up walking, I seriously hope the american public makes the law makers aware just how NOT Right it is for this.... thing .... to walk simply because she is deemed to be pretty and popular.

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Linkie (http://www.actressarchives.com/news.php?id=6026)

Paris Hilton was released from jail this morning after serving only three days of her 23-day sentence. After rumors circulated by TMZ.com that Paris Hilton had been allowed out of the Lynwood Century Regional Detention Center on Thursday morning, the authorities confirmed the early release today and scheduled a press conference for later this morning to explain why the Simple Life star had been set free much earlier than anyone expected. The Los Angeles jail system has a notorious problem with overcrowding and sometimes a few days (or even hours in the case of Michelle Rodriguez) of good behavior can get you an early release. A sheriff's spokesman, Steve Whitmore, had said yesterday about Paris Hilton that "She was focused; she was cooperative."

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there is more Via the link .

Neildo
7th June 07, 10:35 AM
what a gyp.

Shawarma
7th June 07, 10:40 AM
Who exactly finds her pretty and popular? She's the kind of person that is in the media constantly because everybody loves to hate her.

Neildo
7th June 07, 10:41 AM
exactly. i was hoping for some more media horror stories. rip-off!

DerAuslander108
7th June 07, 11:09 AM
I'm all for vigilante justice in this case.

Abusivemelon
7th June 07, 11:33 AM
Focused and co-operative? Euphemism anyone?

Teh El Macho
7th June 07, 12:50 PM
I was hoping her incarceration would show nobody is above the law. I was wrong. Money talks. Don't expect the common folk to be released like this under the same circumstances.

And WTF is this "undisclosed medical condition"? Dad-has-too-much-money flu?

Shawarma
7th June 07, 12:53 PM
She suffers from whoritis, you insensitive prick. It's not cool to make fun of people with disabilities!

Kein Haar
7th June 07, 12:53 PM
Martha Steward did her time.

Question!
7th June 07, 01:39 PM
Paris' Medical Condition -- Mental, Not Physical

Posted Jun 7th 2007 1:04PM by TMZ Staff (http://www.tmz.com/bloggers/tmz-staff)
Filed under: Celebrity Justice (http://www.tmz.com/category/celebrity-justice/), Paris Hilton (http://www.tmz.com/category/paris-hilton/)
http://www.blogsmithmedia.com/www.tmz.com/media/2007/06/0607_paris_sophy_ex.jpgLaw enforcement sources tell TMZ Paris Hilton's medical condition was purely psychological and that she was in peril of having a nervous breakdown, and that's why she was released early this morning.

Psychiatrist Charles Sophy visited Hilton in jail yesterday and the day before. We're told after Sophy's visit yesterday, word was passed to the Sheriff that Hilton's mental state was fragile and she was at risk.

The reason for releasing her had nothing to do with a rash or other physical issues. It was purely in her head.

Last month, on the eve of a trial in which Hilton was accused of slandering socialite Zeta Graph, Dr. Sophy told the judge (http://www.tmz.com/2007/05/14/hiltons-shrink-paris-is-a-wreck/) that Hilton was "emotionally distraught and traumatized" over her jail sentence, which prevented her from participating in a meaningful defense. That trial was put on hold until August.

UPDATE: Law enforcement sources have just told TMZ the County Jail medical team made the final decision to spring Paris based on Dr. Sophy's psychological evaluation. And we're told, Sheriff Lee Baca gave the final approval.

http://www.tmz.com/2007/06/07/paris-medical-condition-mental-not-physical/

Sun Wukong
7th June 07, 04:48 PM
Fucking ridiculous bullshit. WAH WAH WAH! I'm a spoiled, self-centered waste of skin! WAH WAH WAH! JAIL IS TOO HARD FOR ONE SUCH AS ME! WAH WAH WAH!

3 fucking days? I have nothing but contempt for this person now. She willfully put other people at risk and is now getting off for no other reason but money and priveledge. I hope she get's run down by a drunk driver who got released early for 'good behavior'... no, wait, that would mean someone would actually go to jail for ending a life that barely qualifies as human by way of a total lack of redeeming characteristics.

EWWWW... JAIL IS FOR POOR PEOPLE...WAH, WAH, WAH... I DON'T WANNA BE IN JAIL WITH PEOPLE BENEATH ME IN STATION... WHOA IS ME... WHY HAS FATE CURSED ME TO BE BETTER THAN OTHERS BECAUSE MY PARENTS HAVE MONEY... WAH WAH WAH

Gezere
7th June 07, 04:53 PM
Martha Steward did her time.
So did Michelle Rodriguez. Didn't she do 60 days in the same jail?

Neildo
7th June 07, 05:09 PM
retarded long msn link (http://entertainment1.sympatico.msn.ca/Paris+is+out+of+jail/Celebs/contentposting_stargazers.aspx?isfa=1&newsitemid=1ca611a0-1d8f-43b0-ae99-20728ec56012&feedname=Entertainment_StarGazers&show=False&number=0&showbyline=True&subtitle=&detect=&abc=abc)


The early escape comes with a precedent. Lost star Michelle Rodriquez was sentenced to the same jail, L.A.'s Century Regional Detention Facility, in May 2006, and, because of overcrowding, was released on the same day she was incarcerated. The Los Angles County Sheriff's spokesman, Steve Whitmore, had previously told the Associated Press that Paris was not eligible to be released any earlier than the rumoured 23 days. "The situation in the jail will not determine [Hilton's] release," Steve said. "She has been given a full sentence.
She will do her full sentence."


O RLY

Yiktin Voxbane
7th June 07, 07:45 PM
So, thanks to Ms. Hilton we can all just throw a Hissy-Fit when next we find ourselves locked down and the reality fairy will release me .

Hope this cock-munch celebrates by going out for some drinks then does a Princess Di on the way home .

Aaranar
7th June 07, 08:17 PM
This just in. A hearing will be held at 0900 tomorrow to hear the L.A. D.A.'s motion to send Paris back to jail. Apparently the check bounced...

Sun Wukong
8th June 07, 02:41 AM
Let's see if the D.A. is for real on this or if they are just trying not to seem like ineffectual idiots with a red herring "attempt" at tossing her back in the slammer.

Teh El Macho
8th June 07, 10:23 AM
If this is for real and Paris goes back to serve her sentence, I'd be most please. Although I fucking hate the bitch, if there were actual medical causes for an early release (other than her crying and not wanting to eat), I'd be ok for her to be released early.

She's not the only person who's suffered an emotional breakdown in jail. If this was a person of color or of poor economic background or mentally ill, etc, the jailers and the system wouldn't give a fuck about how they feel.

People at the lower levels of the fucking social order get far harsher treatment for the same crimes (and even less), even if they have real ameliorating circumstances (bipolar disorder and depression do not count for shit as ameliorating circumstances, for example.)

Hilton's case just demonstrate the terrible injustice that still exists in our legal system, and in the world in general. I've seen shitty systems, and ours is waaay better than those, but it's still painfully defective. Hilton's case shows it.

I hate the bitch.

SpringHeeledJack
8th June 07, 02:12 PM
Breaking news. She's going back.

Yiktin Voxbane
8th June 07, 02:32 PM
Xlnt !!!one!!1 shiftone!!11!

frumpleswift
8th June 07, 03:52 PM
The Article from AP:

http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/P/PARIS_HILTON?SITE=TXDAM&SECTION=HOME&TEMPLATE=DEFAULT

Why the hell was she only fined $1500? That's 1 hour of shopping for her!

I think fines should be porportional to income or wealth, otherwise what is the point. A $1500 fine to someone earning minimum wage is 13% of their annual salary. For Paris, a gucci bag.

Stick
8th June 07, 05:07 PM
Justice, she is one flighty, fickle bitch.

Kiko
8th June 07, 06:44 PM
So who'd like to boycott all Hilton owned/affiliated hotels?

Oh, and in case you were wondering...

Paris Hilton Had A Full Cavity Search (http://www.eontarionow.com/entertainment/2007/06/07/paris-hilton-had-a-full-cavity-search/)
Los Angeles - Paris Hilton was subjected to a full cavity search when she entered prison, it has been claimed.

All prisoners entering California’s Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood are subjected to a full strip and invasive search upon arrival and the hotel heiress was no exception, according to gossip website TMZ.com.
It had been previously claimed Paris would not undergo the search for contraband items.

But an inside source said: “Paris was told to spread ‘em just like everyone else.”

It is not known if anything was found on her person.

The 26-year-old blonde has spent her third night in solitary confinement at the correctional facility.

Sources say she isn’t wearing make-up and has removed her trademark blue contact lenses to reveal her natural brown eyes.

The socialite has been crying and complaining she is cold.

One source said: “She looks unwashed, she has no make-up and her hair is tangled. She cried audibly through the first two nights.”

Sun Wukong
8th June 07, 07:21 PM
Wow, this might actually be paris hilton's first taste of reality.

Jesus, what's the big hair deal to begin with? This is what her fucking sentence amounts to for her:

1. 23 days of doing something that is not what she wants to do.

2. No drugs, or alcohol. <------ which i suspect is one of the main culprits for the screaming and crying here.

3. Eating crappy food for 23 days.

4. Pooping on a cold metal toilet seat.

5. Being really bored for a few weeks.

6. A criminal record which will follow here for her entire life that will keep her from getting a decent job or passing a background check when she tries to get an apartment or apply for a personal loan... NOT!!!!!

This shit isn't going to remotely affect her life, her future, or her health. Unless of course she attempts suicide over this... I wonder... is it possible to literally spoil your child to DEATH?

elipson
8th June 07, 07:25 PM
Wow that totally made my day.

Zendetta
8th June 07, 07:36 PM
News in Cali is that the scrawny princess is FREEKIN' OUT!

Crying and wailing in the courtroom. Some great pics of her melting down.

http://tv.msn.com/tv/article.aspx?news=264863&GT1=7703

Mr. Jones
8th June 07, 07:44 PM
This is just ridiculous. Why does anyone give a shit about a stupid blonde bitch. Shouldn't we just ignore her and stop putting her all over the media.

frumpleswift
8th June 07, 08:16 PM
You realize that imprisionment will make her much richer...once the book comes out (a picture book most liekely), not to mention the movie deal.

Question!
8th June 07, 09:26 PM
http://photos-806.ak.facebook.com/photos-ak-sf2p/v73/8/121/7609570/n7609570_31455806_1285.jpg

ironlurker
8th June 07, 10:05 PM
2. No drugs, or alcohol. <------ which i suspect is one of the main culprits for the screaming and crying here.
Hmmm I think you may be correct Chris, this would make perfect sense as the lawyer claims are going back and forth between "physical illness" and "psychological illness" ---> bad withdrawal. LOL

Kiko
9th June 07, 07:19 AM
From a lovely thread (http://forums.fark.com/cgi/fark/comments.pl?IDLink=2855164) at Fark.com.

http://i24.photobucket.com/albums/c27/iron_city_ap/offtojail2.jpg

bob
9th June 07, 07:25 AM
I love Paris.

Especially Sacre Coeur, though the Champs Elysee I can take or leave. And the dogshit on the streets. How is it that a city full of such tiny little dogs can produce so much shit?

ironlurker
9th June 07, 08:12 AM
I love Paris.

Especially Sacre Coeur, though the Champs Elysee I can take or leave. And the dogshit on the streets. How is it that a city full of such tiny little dogs can produce so much shit?
Hint- street people

emboesso
9th June 07, 10:53 AM
There's gotta be bad karma in delighting over someone else's suffering, but in this case I just can't help it.

I don't hate Paris because she is a spoiled rich kid, who thinks her shit doesn't stink, who thinks she can get away with whatever she wants to because of who she is, who thinks the rules apply to everyone else but not to her because she's pretty, and rich, and popular, and....

Wait a minute. Yeah, that is exactly why I hate her. Disregard.

TM
9th June 07, 11:17 AM
Pretty? To each their own.

Dagon Akujin
9th June 07, 01:18 PM
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http://imageserver4.textamerica.com/user.images.x/31/IMG_410531/_0608/TZ200608155415360.jpg

http://i27.photobucket.com/albums/c179/laurenless/random%20pictures%20i%20like/parishiltonisawhore.jpg

http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1420/536282106_077d06f2a1.jpg

http://www.twixtcomic.com/parisbucket.gif


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Steve
9th June 07, 09:36 PM
I think that^ about sums it up.

nihilist
9th June 07, 10:17 PM
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Sun Wukong
9th June 07, 10:57 PM
Get a look at this ridiculous shit. In the age of reality TV shows with scripts how do they really expect people to believe this shit is real. When the fuck did she write it? Between starving herself, screaming, crying and throwing the worlds most expensive temper tantrum?

"This isn't fair!" "I want my mom!" This shit makes me want to puke.

Don't you fucking believe the following shit:



LOS ANGELES, California (CNN) -- Heiress and entrepreneur Paris Hilton said Saturday she has directed her attorneys not to appeal a judge's Friday decision sending her back to jail following her brief release on home detention.

"Today, I told my attorneys not to appeal the judge's decision," Hilton said in a statement posted on TMZ.com. "While I greatly appreciate the sheriff's concern for my health and welfare, after meeting with doctors I intend to serve my time as ordered by the judge."

TMZ.com reported Saturday afternoon that Hilton had not eaten or slept since returning to jail and was being given "psychotropic medication."

On Friday, Superior Court Judge Michael Sauer sent Hilton back to jail for violating terms of her probation from a 2006 alcohol-related reckless driving conviction. (Full story (http://www.cnn.com/2007/SHOWBIZ/TV/06/08/paris.hilton.ap/index.html))

Hilton initially reported to the jail just after midnight Sunday and was released early Thursday to home detention with electronic monitoring because of an unspecified medical condition.

Hilton was led out of the courtroom wailing after Sauer ordered her back to jail. (Watch the media mayhem surrounding Hilton (javascript:cnnVideo('play','/video/showbiz/2007/06/08/paris.back.in.court.natpkg.affl','2009/06/08');) http://i.a.cnn.net/cnn/.element/img/1.5/main/icon_video.gif (javascript:cnnVideo('play','javascript:cnnVideo(' play','/video/showbiz/2007/06/08/paris.back.in.court.natpkg.affl','2009/06/08');','2007/06/09');))

"This is by far the hardest thing I have ever done," she said in her Saturday statement. "During the past several days, I have had a lot of time to reflect, and have already learned a bitter, but important lesson from this experience."

It was not immediately clear how many days Hilton will serve. She initially was sentenced to 45 days in jail, which would automatically have been reduced to 23 days if she exhibited good behavior. Her home detention was to have been 40 days, as by the sheriff's department calculations, she served five days in jail.

When Sauer originally sentenced Hilton, he specified that she was not to serve her sentence on home detention.

Los Angeles City Attorney Rocky Delgadillo filed a motion Thursday asking Sauer to order Hilton returned to the Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynnwood, California. Delgadillo said if Hilton were truly ill, it should have fallen to Sauer to release her.

Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca, who was responsible for deciding to release her to home confinement, told reporters Friday night, "The purpose of the release was the fact that her medical condition was deteriorating."

He did not elaborate except to say, "she was not taking a particular medication when she was in our custody, and thus her inexplicable deterioration [became] a great concern."

Sauer said Friday he never received information about a medical problem and had not changed his sentence.

"As I have said before, I hope others will learn from my mistake," Hilton said Saturday. "I have also had time to read the mail from my fans. I very much appreciate all of their good wishes and hope they will keep their letters coming."
Hilton's experience in the justice system quickly became fodder for debate over fairness and the treatment of celebrities, with some legal analysts arguing that her punishment was unusually harsh, but that her quick release to home confinement under such circumstances was unusual as well.

"I must also say that I was shocked to see all of the attention devoted to the amount of time I would spend in jail for what I had done by the media, public and city officials," Hilton said in the Saturday statement.

"I would hope going forward that the public and the media will focus on more important things, like the men and women serving our country in Iraq,
Afghanistan and other places around the world."


Look at this for what it really is, re-read it if you have to. They know this shit is hurting her status as a celebrity and her agent and PR guy are trying to repair her reputation with apologetics and the message that she is intent on serving her sentence like a good citizen who really feels like she is paying her debt to society justly.


BULLSHIT! Who the fuck screams and crys in FUCKING COURT over a god damn DUI and wreckless driving charge. Fucking shit, child murder trials have less screaming and weeping than this retarded shit.

DAYoung
10th June 07, 12:42 AM
Paris "Schadenfreude" Hilton.

ironlurker
10th June 07, 01:02 AM
Here's some very interesting information about the Sheriff involved:


LOS ANGELES -

This is not the first time that Lee Baca, the sheriff who opened the jail door for
Paris Hilton, has had his judgment questioned.
He's been accused of using his authority to benefit friends and supporters. Since taking office he's accepted thousands of dollars worth of freebie meals, sports tickets and trips.
Now Baca is facing accusations of favoritism after making the decision that allowed Hilton to leave jail Thursday to serve out her sentence at her West Hollywood home.
He dismissed that criticism, saying Friday that Hilton had been ordered to spend an unusually long time behind bars.
Under his department's early release program, Hilton would not have served any time in jail and would have been put on home electronic monitoring, Baca said.
"The special treatment, in a sense, appears to be because of her celebrity status," he said. "She got more time in jail."
After ordering Hilton back to her cell Friday, Superior Court Judge Michael T. Sauer said he "at no time condoned the actions of the sheriff."
The union representing deputy sheriffs demanded that Baca "put a stop to his special treatment for celebrity inmates." And county Supervisor Don Knabe said he was stunned to find out Baca released Hilton without consulting the court.
"I would have thought he would have better judgment than that," Knabe said.
The county Board of Supervisors will demand a report on Hilton's release and Baca's decision-making in the matter, Knabe said.
For Baca, 65, who has led the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department since 1998, the blowback is not extraordinary.
When Mel Gibson was arrested for drunken driving, the department withheld video and audio tapes of the arrest, asserting they were exempt from open-government laws.
There were questions about favorable treatment for Gibson after a sheriff's spokesman initially said the arrest occurred "without incident" and made no mention of the superstar's now-notorious anti-Semitic rant.
"When a celebrity is involved, that's when people pay attention," said Robert Stern of the Center for Governmental Studies, a research group. "The big question ... is why didn't the sheriff go to the judge" before Hilton was released.
Baca has dismissed criticism over the decision.
Last year, the Los Angeles Times reported Baca put one of his closest friends on the payroll as a $105,000-a-year adviser.
The newspaper also said he had accepted more than $42,000 in gifts since taking office, including some from those who do business with his department.
In 2004, he took more gifts than California's other 57 sheriffs combined.
Baca oversees an 8,000-officer force that has been vexed by low morale, tight budgets, overcrowded jails and the persistence of gang crime.
Jonathan Wilcox, a Republican strategist who teaches a course on politics and celebrity at the University of Southern California, said Baca may be caught between public expectations and the reality of the criminal justice system:
"Sheriff Baca needs to be very concerned with at least the impression that the final frontier — the law — is now as affected by celebrity as almost every other aspect of our lives."

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20070609/ap_en_ce/paris_hilton_sheriff;_ylt=AtZxkuNXH3Y.nQ1HhOh66ERx Fb8C

bob
10th June 07, 01:08 AM
Uh, don't they have some kind of law against that? That's incredible...

Question!
10th June 07, 01:18 AM
Yeah, why is he still sheriff?

Sun Wukong
10th June 07, 01:32 AM
What needs to be established is if those gifts came in an attempt to garner favor with the sheriff. Even if he's doing his job correctly, he should have been more careful as it looks like this is about to blow up in his face.


Also, I SO wanted to see the Mel Gibson melt down on camera. That shit would have been awesome.

bob
10th June 07, 01:54 AM
If you're giving gifts to a public official, it must be automatically assumed that it's to garner favour.

emboesso
10th June 07, 08:04 AM
This is the kind of crap that happens when a law enforcement official is also an elected official. Regular law enforcement has enough ethical tripwires as it is, add to them campaign costs, and the need for campaign "volunteers", who usually are members of the Department drafted into "volunteering" in exchange for cushy assignments, and there's a potential minefield of corruption awaiting.

frumpleswift
10th June 07, 09:28 AM
Also, I SO wanted to see the Mel Gibson melt down on camera. That shit would have been awesome.

Mel Gibson would probably enjoy prison. He seems to get a hard on from being tortured and abused.

Teh El Macho
10th June 07, 10:03 AM
Paris thinks "nigger" is a cool word:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CpUVK0S0YuA

CpUVK0S0YuA

Shawarma
10th June 07, 10:27 AM
There are some people on this forum with programming skills. Could one of you kind gentlemen please program me some sort of new webbrowser or IE plugin that filters the words "Paris Hilton" from my PC screen so I don't have to be bombarded with every little stupid thing this woman is doing every single time I turn on my PC and visit any website?

Thanks in advance.

frumpleswift
10th June 07, 10:39 AM
There are some people on this forum with programming skills. Could one of you kind gentlemen please program me some sort of new webbrowser or IE plugin that filters the words "Paris Hilton" from my PC screen so I don't have to be bombarded with every little stupid thing this woman is doing every single time I turn on my PC and visit any website?

Thanks in advance.

But then there would be nothing left except porn and bullshido.

Yiktin Voxbane
10th June 07, 02:23 PM
Pornshido ?

Aaranar
10th June 07, 02:37 PM
Pornshido ?

Do you really want to see Phrost star in Taco Flavored Kisses?

frumpleswift
10th June 07, 03:05 PM
Do you really want to see Phrost star in Taco Flavored Kisses?

No but Kid and Anna could start a series of MMA Lesbians Gone Wild videos...oh wait, I think they already have.

Sun Wukong
10th June 07, 04:18 PM
I'm curious... did paris hilton just wake up one morning and tell her parents she wanted to be a celebrity?

Also, after watching that video... she's on coke. Only time I've ever seen an adult act that obnoxious... it was coke.

Steve
11th June 07, 12:54 AM
You're kidding!