Hilton won’t appeal

Paris HiltonIt was a busy weekend for Paris Hilton. First she was released from the maximum-security detention center where she’d been since Monday to go on house arrest, then she was ordered back to jail on Friday by a Superior Court judge and was led from the court room crying and screaming for her mother.

On Saturday, she released a statement saying, “Today, I told my attorneys not to appeal the judge’s decision. While I greatly appreciate the sheriff’s concern for my health and welfare, I intend to serve my time at L.A. County Jail.”

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  1. someone 111 • June 11, 2007 @ 11:40 AM

    About time justice is served she deserves to go back to jail now she knows tht money can’t buy everything!

  2. sonia • June 13, 2007 @ 2:54 PM

    who cares about paris hilton…she has no life…she’s so stupid… everything that she’d done is stupid..she deserves to stay in jail for the rest of her life!

  3. Anonymous • June 14, 2007 @ 9:10 AM

    How about those long lineups of people waiting to visit inmates. Mr & Mrs Hilton get escorted to the front of the line ahead of everyone who’s been waiting for hours to get in. Hey, the lineup’s over there. Get to the back of the line and wait your turn. Fine example, again the rules don’t apply to the Hilton folks. Clearly, Paris comes by this naturally.
    And what are her parents planning for her release? You guessed it, a BIG PARTY.
    As for the ‘extreme claustrophobia’, funny she had no problem sharing a small trailer, crowded with designer clothes and a dog, with Nicole Ritchie in The Simple Life.

  4. dking • June 15, 2007 @ 9:02 AM

    Empathy but not sympathy recommended for Paris. I can understand how much MORE going to jail affects the priviledged as opposed to those who are used to hardship and street-level crisis. It could be truly traumatic, similar to going to war and being immersed in life-threatening situations. For someone coming from the outside, these circumstances are a shock to the system; while those who live it daily begin to become somewhat immune to the situation. If Paris has the depth of character to channel this experience into something meaningful and changing in her life, then I think that this shock might be just what she needed to reboot her life-style and value system. I really hope so, since someone with as much access to money and influence can really do some good in this world if they put their heart into it.

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