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Thursday, June 07, 2007

Paris Released

It looks like overcrowding has given Paris a much shorter sentance. Honestly, I think the few days she was there was probably tramatic enough. [Source]
So, what do you think? Should Paris have gone to jail? Should she have had to serve the entire sentence? I'm torn.
UPDATE: Paris will be spending the next 40 days in her mansion. Her nice new anklet will see to it that she does not go outside of its boundaries. This will be torture enough for the socialite.

of course she deserved jail time--she broke the law. Why not let someone else out due to overcrowding-like someone who's served almost all of his/her sentence? It is absurd and unfair that she can DRINK and DRIVE, VIOLATE probation, be sentenced to 45 days, get only 23 days, and then be let out after only 3 days. UNBELIEVABLE. Anyone else would have to serve their time-and rightfully so. I agree that these few days were probably enough punishment-it's probably the first time in her life she's ever had any kind of discipline. Shame on her for being a brat, and shame on her parents for instilling such awful values in their daughter.

By Anonymous Chris-Robin, at 4:55 PM  

Bah! Paris should have to spend her entire sentence (all 45 days of it--and that was too short of a sentence if you ask me!) in jail. First, she drove while intoxicated, which could have led to someone's death (in a worst-case scenario). Then, despite KNOWING that she had a suspended license, she decided to drive anyway. Um, hello, she's loaded--she could have afforded to hire a car or have one of her bodyguards drive. But NO--she had to completely disregard the law and drive herself. That action itself indicates that because she's famous (for what, by the way, except for her sex tape...??????) she thinks she's above the law. If it had been you or I, or say, a minority who was caught driving with a suspended license (maybe for having to drive to work to pay the rent???), we totally would have gotten locked up in the slammer, and there's no way we would have gotten out before our entire sentence. House arrest will mean nothing to Paris Hilton. Um, hello, her idea of roughing it is going somewhere without maid service or cable tv. I guarantee you that neither her meager three days in jail or her house arrest will do anything to alter her behavior in the future.
Man, I really dislike her, in case you haven't figured that out by now... ;)

By Blogger Loretta, at 7:11 PM  

Amen to what Loretta said!

I saw on ET last night that a delivery van from Mrs. Beasley's bakery brought Paris her favorite cupcakes last night...puke.

By Anonymous Chris-Robin, at 11:42 AM  

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