Paris Staying In Jailhouse Medical Facility While Lawyers Scramble

June 8th, 2007 // 18 Comments

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Ok, admittedly when I really looked at the pics of her in the back of the squad car – I felt bad. I know, I know. But she was all broken up and looked terrified. She deserves whatever she gets, but still – even I don’t like to see someone all terrified and broken up. Once she eases into prison life, she’s going to really enjoy having a smoke with the other girls in front of the communal television and washing dishes and maybe even lifting some weights in the yard. She can probably also give the girls tips on…well, I dont’ know what Paris does exactly. Anyway, prison could be like a fun summer camp for her. So don’t cry, dry your eye, Paris. Ooh, child, things are gonna get better. I think I’m lightening up on her because I don’t need to go into the weekend full of rage and encouraging karma to smack me in the face and get me arrested during a drunken bar brawl. With my luck, it would happen. Anyway, Paris is now ensconsed in Twin Towers jail facility, in the med ward. And lawyers are running amok trying to free her again. *sigh*

Hilton will stay there over the weekend, when her lawyer will file an appeal, called a writ of habeas corpus, which means, essentially, the body is being held illegally.

I don’t think any of us see it that way, but thanks for playin’.

By J. Harvey
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  1. kp in la

    Many celebrities have to go to court and many of them get off. But all of the ones who have been convicted and sentenced to jail time have just gone and did their time. Robert Downey Jr., Martha Stewart, Lil Kim, Tommy Lee and more but I didn’t want to mention anyone convicted of violent behavior (save for Tommy Lee) so the Paris Hilton fans could point out the differences to me.

  2. hotmess

    the fact of the matter is, no normal non famous person would get 45 days or even jail time for what paris did. she is being exemplified for the prime reason that she is a celebrity and the public absolutely hate her, everyone wants to see her rot. Its disgusting, look at her, shes a mess and people are practically orgasming over it. She is harmless, a bit thick and spoilt, she doesnt deserve all this public vilification. It makes me sick!!! It was the same with the Anna Nicole thing, the woman died, and people were still saying disgusting things about her. Enough is enough, the complete lack of compassion and empathy is disgusting!!! How can seeing someone that upset and miserable make people happy???? I just dont understand it!

  3. stolidog

    Gosh, how many times do i have to say this…
    she’s a racist and a homophobe.
    Release some poor single mother who made a bad desicion from prison, that’d be american justice, but not this spoiled sack of venereal disease.

  4. Wow, was that a ‘Lotti Dotti’ reference I spotted?

    Oh, J. Harvey, sometimes your words just hypnotize me.

  5. Brian

    Am watching Nancy Grace now.OMG This bitch is hysterical.Gonna be a great hour of Paris bashing!!!!Play by play of the whole day etc. just too fun to watch. Thank you Santa.

  6. lulu

    Finally someone had some common sense in this whole thing and they’re putting her in for the whole 45 days!!! yes!!

  7. Margaret

    Now, the sheriff is the tabloids – People and Us are both reporting that he is saying that Paris never belonged in jail and that she has severe medical problems. Interesting today is that Radar reported that Paris’ grandpa gave the max to this sheriff’s political campaign in the last election. Hmmmmmmm! And by the way, Fox used of all people Perez Hilton as an celebrity expert on their 5 PM National News run. Is it the end of the world already?

  8. ines

    harvey, you absolutely rock my world :D

  9. ?

    If you drive while your license is suspended you are supposed to get some jail time. At least that’s the case here in NY.
    You can even get jail time if you have too many unpaid parking tickets.
    Lil Kim and Martha Stewart went to jail and got their stuff over with. They served much longer sentences and complained a lot less. I think it’s because neither of them grew up rich and had to earn everything that they have now.

  10. punky

    While I agree that the initial sentence of 45 days is a bit extreme, in no way is Paris getting harsh treatment b/c she’s rich and famous. On the contrary, she should be back at the regional det center instead of her weekend sabbatical in the medical wing of the twin towers center.

    From what I can gather from the bits of info that we’ve been given, I think it’s highly probable that the “medical condition” that she wasn’t able to get medication for in jail and was “progressively deterioriating” is that she’s detoxing from opiates and the jail won’t allow administration of opiates for their inmates just because they’re addicted. Jails are full of people forced to go cold turkey through withdrawl and they don’t get any help or medical assistance for it, unless it’s life threatening, which is extremely rare w/ an opiate detox.

    Harsh treatment? The Sheriff is STILL protecting her by keeping her in the medical wing which I’m sure is much more pleasant than her old cell at the RDC pokey. She’s probably getting her fix as well over there. Regardless, justice has NOT been served, and she will probably be out by Monday. I had hopes that this would be a humbling and much needed life lesson for Paris. I think the only lesson Paris will have learned from this is that she can manipulate even the United States Justice System by throwing a hissy fit. It’s worked for her in the past, and it’s working now.

  11. JOE CAPRIO

    SHE IS A PRODUCT OF HR ENVIRORMENT HER PARENTS ARE DISPICABLE. NOW YOU MAY THINK THAT COMMENT OVER THE TOP BUT WOULD YOU LET OR ALLOW YOUR DAUGHTER TO MAKE A PORNO FILM DO DRUGS IGNORE THE LAW AND ENCOURAGE BAD BEHAVIOR? MAYBE CALLING THEM DISPICABLE WAS AN UNDERSTATEMENT. I DO FEEL BAD FOR THE GIRL .THE ONE THING THEY FORGOT TO TELL HER IS THAT THERE IS CONSEQUENCES FOR ONES ACTIONS. I HOPE SHE IS O K

  12. Dee

    I was the first one on the bandwagon to throw her under the bus. Now, I am like you that I kind of feel sorry for her. They should have NEVER let her out and let her adjust to the conditions. Now she has to stay the entire 40+ days. She is being treated as if she just let herself out. I am sure that she manipulated her way out but someone else should pay as well.

  13. Lollie

    I couldnt feel less sorry for that moron if I tried. You do the crime, you do the time just like every other person in the system. People are acting like she is in jail for no reason and was kidnapped. Please. This made my week.

  14. Lenore

    I feel bad for her because jail is not the best place to be but do I think she was treated unfairly, no. California law states a DUI first offense can get 6 months in jail. She plead guilty which meant her license was suspended per the law. She then got pulled over and was told she had a spended license, she signed the papers. Then she got pulled over again, claimed she believe she could drive for work purposes, changed that excuse and then got sentenced. She got her sentence cut in half and then couldn’t do it. Please anyone else would have been made to do the full 23 days but Paris should be an exception. Please, she broke the law. what she should realize is this by the time the appeals process is done she would have served half her time. She should suck it up, quit crying, and do the time. She said she was ready to face the consequences of her actions but the truth is she figured she could find a way out. If she does get out before her she is supposed to, I for foresee all Hell breaking lose in California.

  15. Lenore

    I feel bad for her because jail is not the best place to be but do I think she was treated unfairly, no. California law states a DUI first offense can get 6 months in jail. She plead guilty which meant her license was suspended per the law. She then got pulled over and was told she had a spended license, she signed the papers. Then she got pulled over again, claimed she believe she could drive for work purposes, changed that excuse and then got sentenced. She got her sentence cut in half and then couldn’t do it. Please anyone else would have been made to do the full 23 days but Paris should be an exception. Please, she broke the law. what she should realize is this by the time the appeals process is done she would have served half her time. She should suck it up, quit crying, and do the time. She said she was ready to face the consequences of her actions but the truth is she figured she could find a way out. If she does get out before her she is supposed to, I for foresee all H@ll breaking lose in California.

  16. Linda B

    I will say this…knowing Hilton is in the slammer, Lohan is in rehab, Brittany is somewhere on Mars and that Ritchie chick is somewhere trying to learn how to read the results of her pregnancy test…the streets of the City of Angels are a little safer this weekend. Soon we will see street vendors selling “clues” on the street corners instead of oranges because there is a huge need to inform these morons and others like them that they live on planet earth with the rest of us. Momma’s little darlings need to wake up and smell the LAW.

  17. Tonysgirl

    Until you have walked in someone else’s footsteps, what gives you people the RIGHT to JUDGE others???

    Think about that before you sit in front of your computers and JUDGE others, because what you wish on others will come back to you.

  18. rc

    tonysgirl – judge ye not lest ye be judged? fair enough. here’s my point though: every time I drink, and every time I drive, I choose NOT to break the law. she did. She then chose to break it at least three more times- that the court knows of. she broke the law. people who break the law (in her case, repeatedly) should be punished. she made the choice to break the law, and by that choice, she accepted the consequences.

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