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Paris Update: Time Served…?

Well, here’s a shocker…after a whopping 3 days in the pokey, Paris has been released to house arrest for “Medical Reasons.”

Ahh…sweet justice. 40 days confined to her multi-million dollar mansion, poor Princess Paris.

Also…don’t they have medical facilities in prison???  I can’t think of much that would do this bim better that some fifty-year-old prison nurse with a twenty-inch forearm and a long rubber glove, giving her a daily “heath evaluation.”

Of couse, again, this is Paris. She might be willing to stay in prison for that kind of treatment.

What REALLY goads me about this is that the sentencing judge specifically ruled that “she would not be allowed any work release, furloughs or use of an alternative jail or electronic monitoring in lieu of jail.”

I guess, if you got enough money, legal rulings are just so much quacking. (Okay, I already knew that!)

An MSNBC survey asks “How do you feel about Paris Hilton getting out of jail early?” to which 94% of responders (including myself) answered:

“It’s a joke. If it was me I’d still be sitting in there.”

I love her lawyer’s statement, ““She’s using this time to reflect on her life, to see what she can do to make the world better…”

Ummm…yeah. That’s Paris to a tee.

“Gee, how can I make the world a better place? I know! I’ll make another porn video!”

Too disgusted to to come up with any further sarcasm.

-Perk

PS – Thanks Dinana for the update!

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13 thoughts on “Paris Update: Time Served…?

  1. Dinana on said:

    Apparently the “officials” can’t do math either…they say she’s done 5 days, while the rest of civilization counts 3. I guess everyone but this guy doesn’t know how to count!

    HIDE THE CHILDREN…THE HORRIBLE, TERRIBLE, NO GOOD, VERY BAD PARIS IS ON THE LOOSE!

  2. “THE HORRIBLE, TERRIBLE, NO GOOD, VERY BAD PARIS…”

    Nice literary reference…a little scrambled, but good…

    -Perk

  3. What kind of example is she setting for our childern & others. For people that drink & drive, she is telling them that they don’t have to do time. Anyone else would still be sitting behind bars, no medical release– nothing. Anyone that is allowed to do “really” no time, is a BIG LOSER!!! She will be back out on the road (soon as this blows over) and will not have to do time again. I agree with hiding your kids. I also think that all parents should not allow their little girls to watch or buy or support anything about the “Queen Paris.” This really makes me sick and really makes me mad.
    I’m sorry, but I see no justice here what so ever, ok maybe for the Queen herself.

  4. Stellababe,

    Unfortunately I have to disagree with your last statement, even though I know you were mostly kidding.

    The person that this whole fiasco hurts the worst IS Princess Paris. Her entire lifestyle makes it evident that she has NEVER been forced to be accountable for her actions.

    Couple this with drinking, fame, and almost unlimited wealth, and you have someone who’s going to be a statistic in short order.

    You’re right. She will be back out on the street, she will continue drinking and partying, and sooner or later (but probably not much later) the bill is going to come due.

    There MIGHT have been the slightest chance that 45 days of “real time” really may have forced her to do some thinking.

    All that her lawyer has done, is ensure that she will continue in her self destructive lifestyle.

    In the end, it WILL be Paris who suffers the most for this.

    -Perk

  5. Ok, The update on the Paris.
    On the national news level, the guest that were on their were talking about Paris’s medical condition, her dose amount that she has to take is to large for the jail nurse, hospital to admin. to her. They themselves didn’t seem to know what condition she has or what she is needing to have medical attention for. They also were saying that there seem to be no excuse for her not to do her full time of sentence. They were also discussing the issuse about the Judge will not allow any time off, not allowed to just be released. That was a topic that the Judge will more then likely add time to her sentence. There is the up~date that I heard before coming to work. I guess we will find out what the medical condition is (maybe) later. We may also find out what the Judge has to say about all of this as he will be speaking on this matter later today…..
    Stella

  6. NWDrew on said:

    I will agree that she would have been better off with more time in jail. But it would not be as life changing as it would be for you and me. She wouldnt be worried about losing her job, or being able to get another job to support herself after she gets out. So this punishment is lacking most of the things that would make you and I rethink our life.

    Now if she had a cell next to other prisoners so that she would get jeered at 24/7, and got some hair pulled, and a few punches in the nose while in the “yard”. Maybe this would have a chance at being life changing.

    I’m afraid that the only wake up call that would affect her is real jail time (mentioned above) or, losing all her money.

    I would disagree however that you and I would still be in jail. I really doubt that any of us would get jail time for driving with a suspended license on our first offense.

  7. UPDATE: PRINCESS PARIS BACK TO POKEY!

    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/19102663/?gt1=10056

    Looks like the judge was pretty honked off that she was released despite his direct order. He’s charged her with parole violation and returned her to do the full 45 days.

    Paris was pushed from the courtroom in hysterics, screaming for her mother.

    That kind of behavior seems pretty bizzare, even for the spoiled princess. I mean, we’re not talking about 45 YEARS here, and as stated above, it’s not like she has a JOB to lose, or a CAREER to ruin.

    Now, I can tell THIS you from experince (ashamedly)…three days into WITHDRAWLS, looking at 45 more days on the wagon, will make a USER pretty hysterical…

    Hmmm….

    -Perk

  8. To quote the article:

    “As the final pitch was made for Hilton’s further incarceration, her entire body began trembling. She clutched a ball of tissue and tears ran down her face.”

    Hmmmm again…

    Still…

    Seconds later, the judge announced his decision: “The defendant is remanded to county jail to serve the remainder of her 45-day sentence. This order is forthwith.”

    Hilton screamed (…a shot rang out! somewhere a dog barked!)

    Eight deputies immediately ordered all spectators out of the courtroom. Hilton’s mother, Kathy, threw her arms around her husband, Rick, and sobbed uncontrollably.

    Oooooo-kay, so now it’s fifty-fifty in my head…

    Drug withdrawl, or just really whacked genetics.

    This whole family needs a BIG lovin’ spoonful of reality.

    -Perk

  9. PS – DREW…

    Fyi, NOT her first offense…

    “Hilton’s path to jail began September 7, when she failed a sobriety test after police saw her weaving down a street in her Mercedes-Benz on what she said was a late-night run to a hamburger stand.

    She pleaded no contest to reckless driving and was sentenced to 36 months’ probation, alcohol education and $1,500 in fines.

    In the months that followed she was stopped twice by officers who discovered her driving on a suspended license. The second stop landed her in Sauer’s courtroom, where he sentenced her to jail.”

    Three strikes, baby!

    -Perk

  10. Acerbic Villain on said:

    QUOTE: “I would disagree however that you and I would still be in jail. I really doubt that any of us would get jail time for driving with a suspended license on our first offense.”

    I’ll add the typical caveat that “I am not a lawyer” BUUUUT…

    I’m not sure I agree with you.

    QUOTE: “Hilton’s twisted jailhouse saga began Sept. 7, when she failed a sobriety test after police saw her weaving down a street in her Mercedes-Benz on what she said was a late-night hamburger run… She pleaded no contest to reckless driving and was sentenced to 36 months’ probation, alcohol education and $1,500 in fines. In the months that followed she was stopped twice while driving on a suspended license. The second stop landed her in Sauer’s courtroom.”

    She failed a sobriety test and pleaded no contest to “RECKLESS DRIVING” ?!?!?!? Hello, if I failed a sobriety test, I would lose my car, and my freedom on that night. Her high priced lawyers got her out of it, seems pretty plain and simple.

    Keep in mind, to my way of thinking a couple thousand dollar fine for drunk driving is NOT punishment for her, it’s barely an inconvenience at worst.

    I would doubt she showed up at any “driving education”

    Me=no sympathy for Paris.

    DO BAD, SO SAD, OFF TO JAIL YOU GO….

    ..and with that, here’s my picture that shares the moment…

    enjoy… I ‘made’ it myself. 🙂

    – AV

  11. AV –

    We have our differences, we have our disagreements, but it’s pictures like that one that MAKE me love you.

    -Perk

  12. Acerbic Villain on said:

    Likewise Mr Cube!

    Here’s another:

    – AV

  13. UPDATE!

    This interview between Letterman and Paris is EPIC!

    I laughed so hard I thought diet coke was going to come out my nose.

    Watch it…it’s worth it!

    http://bigmarketing.wordpress.com/2007/10/02/341/

    -Perk

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