paris...go to jail go directly to jail- do not drive the bently!

@matlgal (1687)
United States
May 5, 2007 1:42am CST
Well, well well - lil Miss Priss might actually wear a cute orange Jumpsuit! Wouldn't that be a shame? LOL. Wonder what accessories she will need? Jimmy Choo Shoes go with Orange don't they? LOL. I am sure Britney Spears will bring her the saw in the cake to escape? Paris Hilton has been sentenced to serve 45 days in the slammer for her violation of her probation from her previous DUI and suspension of her Drivers License. Her attorney felt she was singled out and made an example of WELL DUH!!!! someone has to take a stand that tells America that "Celebrities have to abide by laws too". Do you think she will serve the whole 45 days? DO you think she will serve a day? Do you think this is justice being served?
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@howard96h (11643)
• New York, New York
5 May 07
Do not pass go - Do not collect 200,000.00 either. Britney can not vist her in prison because she doesn't wear underwear remember? A riot might break out. LOL I hope she doesn't think they have robes and slippers like they have at her hotels. Maybe she'll be lucky and get a roommate named Butchella, I don't think she be lonley there, the girls will keep her company.
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@matlgal (1687)
• United States
6 May 07
LOL I can always count on you Howard to say what you really feel LOL. Yeah I am sure her parents are having the cell redecorated for her as we speak. maybe they should shave her head to avoid any change of it being used to drag her around with !
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@howard96h (11643)
• New York, New York
7 May 07
• United States
6 May 07
The thing that I noticed about this case is the reaction of Paris Hilton's mother. She spoke as if Paris didn't do anything and should just get a slap on the wrist. I think it's this type of enabling behavior that has created the spoil brat that Paris has become. The mother should be upset and embarrassed by her behavior. But instead she makes it look as if someone is picking on her daughter. She has to abide by the law just like any other person. I don't know why the Hilton's think they are different. Lloyd
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• United States
7 May 07
I hadn't heard that about her mother's reaction. That explains alot about why Paris is the way she is? If she was spoiled by her parents growing up (which I think she was), then of course she doesn't think she's reponsible and nothing is her fault. How sad, BUT time for her to grow up!!
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@matlgal (1687)
• United States
8 May 07
NO parent wants their child hurt or endangered. But to just laugh this off and publicly vie for her release without any consequences is just showing that children follow the example set for them. Spoiled/clueless breeds the same.
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• United States
5 May 07
LMAO!! just for the amusement factor, i love this verdict! IF she serves the whole 45 days , then Justice will be served. i dont think she will serve 45 days..and im sure her lawyer will manage to wrangle it down to just a couple of days somehow...then..how much you want to bet she get the same type of deal that Diana Ross did?! being able to leave for fast food and get her hair done...crap like that! ooh that would piss me off. lol not that i could do anything about it, but damn if these "celebrities" dont get away with anything.
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@matlgal (1687)
• United States
6 May 07
Well it's asumed that she will get off and that is a sad statement to make about our Police and justice system. She's such a NOTHING that for her to have received any media on this is stupid on the part of the papparazi. If we ignored her would she go away? we could only hope ! She better serve the whole 45 days and be treated like all the other inmates or there is likely to be a riot up there!
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@Katlady2 (9920)
• United States
6 May 07
Hmmmmm.....I wonder if she'll be all dressed up in her finest while she's in jail, like Naomi Campbell did during her community service. Or maybe she'll have her cell all to herself and have a personal decorator deck it all out in pink lace, and top it off with ribbons around the bars. I have the sneaking suspicion that she won't serve even 5 minutes behind bars. She'll get out of it somehow, and that's just not right.
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@matlgal (1687)
• United States
6 May 07
LOL cute visual! Community service? she wouldn't have a clue.Community service to her is hanging out in bars snubbing people. She is nothing short of a brat. Her parents must be so proud! NOT !!!!
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@Katlady2 (9920)
• United States
6 May 07
Actually, I think her idea of community service is hanging out with the likes of Britney Spears and Lindsay Lohan, supposedly so she can "save" them from themselves. HAH! She's the one that needs to be saved from herself! The twit!
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@matlgal (1687)
• United States
7 May 07
LOL don't hold back now Kat tell us how you reallt feel. LMAO I hear ya girl I feel the same way- I cannot believe that behavior of the worst sort is a sought after goal for most of these young Hollywood twits. THe more Bizarre they get the most it's encouraged. I did hear on the news this morning coming in that the jail she will be attending is no "Camp Cupcake" it's a bit rough and supposedly she's not going to be receiving any special treatment of any kind. We'll see what happens. Oh and get this her parents have already called "The Govenator" and ask him to intervene, he told them NO!!! Thanks GOV' Arnie!
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@friendship (2085)
• Canada
8 May 07
I've read this discussion. I may have a different opinion here. But I just don't understand why everyone is like hating Paris Hilton? Did she ever hurt you, anyway? Please don't get me wrong. I don't try to defense her. But I don't like people who are happy because of other's suffering. It is not very kind, though. I think it is not her fault to be born rich. I don't know her personally. That's why I am not really sure if she is a spoiled girl. Her acts may reflect a spoiled girl but I think it is just an image that she may want to be perceived?? But she is a talented actress. She has worked hard for being a great actress so far. Without a great talent, she can't become an actress, anyway. In addition to that, she has also created fashion (i.e., handbags). So, I am not sure if she is a spoiled girl as what others have perceived. Paris Hilton is super rich, talented, beautiful, and young. Most people have dreamed about it! If she likes parties, glamour, etc, what is wrong with that? Every girl at her ages may be like that. The only difference is that she is a celebrity. As I said previously, please don't get me wrong. If Paris violates the law, she should go to the jail. I agree with this because no one should be above the law. But I just don't like why many people are gleeful and cherish with others' suffering. Aren't we a civil and humble society?
• Canada
9 May 07
Friendship, you are clearly playing the devil's advocate in this discussion. You don't need a personal relationship with someone like Paris Hilton to be affected by the damage she does and the potential harm that can result if the laws are manipulated to benefit the rich. You ask, "Did she ever hurt you?" She hurts some nameless, faceless person every day by blatantly ignoring the laws of her country and feeling that she is entitled to her own special Paris laws. Paris is like a little child who is challenging the voice of authority and reason to try and determine what the boundaries are. As a society we pay attention to all of her bad behavior and the publicity seems to encourage her to behave even worse. Maybe she feels that the outrageous behavior of some of her contemporaries has to be continually topped in order to keep the cameras on her. Talented? I don't think so. Do you honestly believe that Paris ever put a real thought into any of her actions? Try and picture this. "Paris sitting all alone, late into the night in a little office, drawing sketch after sketch of new designs for purses and other fashion items. She has a deadline to meet, because she is going to be queing up with all the other young new aspiring fashion designers at 8:00 a.m. to have her designs compete against all the others." Doesn't work? Okay, how about this? "Paris slaving away combining all the ingredients required to create a new provocative scent that is going to be craved by women the world over. Day after day, night after night, she spends working on a different combination. The result must be perfect. Her creations will have to compete against those of all the other perfume creators." Doesn't quite work, does it? IAnyone who thinks this is what Paris does to get her name attached to new products needs a dose of reality. You don't think the manufacturers call her managers and negotiate deals for this stuff? You bet they do. Anyway, the bottom line here, is not that she is beautiful, young, rich and talented. In fact, some of these things are a matter of opinion, not fact, and the others are not anything that she can take credit for. Who among us can take credit for our genes? What this thread is about, is character, responsibility and honor, none of which this woman seems to possess. These are the things that you can take personal pride in. She has no pride. Without her money we would be calling her things like, well, picture her without money and all the things money can buy. What does her behavior suggest? Apple Annie has more character. Paris Hilton has had special treatment all her life. She seems to thrive on it, so I think she should continue to get special treatment. She seems to respond well to it. I think she should get 60 days, not 45. The 45 day sentence is for the ordinary people. She should get more because of the contempt for the law and for the rest of her countrymen who do not get their names and faces in the paper because of their bad behavior, and because she learns new lessons each time she gets treated differently. That after all is what has created her. Humble? Those are words used in context with people who give selflessly to assist others in need. I could go on, but humble this woman isn't.
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• Canada
10 May 07
Khalablue, Before lecturing me very long, please read my posting carefully. As I said, I didn't try to defense her. What I was saying was that I didn't like people who were gleeful and cherish with others' suffering. It was what I was talking about. What are your personal advantages of cheering her's suffering? For sure, it will only add more sins, anyway. Why are you so sure that she behaves like trash? Did you follow her wherever she go? Thus, you can say harshly that "she hurts some nameless, faceless person EVERY DAY..." No one is perfect and It is blatantly a lie if everyone is never angry in his entire life or if he is always nice to people in his entire life. I believe that Paris is a talented actrees. Although she may get privilages of getting the deals in acting, for instance, she won't be a well-known actress if she can't act properly in front of camera. Have you seen someone who doesn't have a talent in acting? It must be unprofessional. I don't want to make a long lecture on this topic because personally, there is no gain at all for me.
@kareng (20241)
• United States
5 May 07
I don't think the judge was picking on her or singled her out. She broke the law. She is a citizen just like you and me. She should serve time. I hope this teaches her a lesson. Some of these celebreties think that since they are so big (well known) that they are invincible and that they will be able to get out of any trouble that they manage to get in to. I applaude this judge. I also hope she doesn't manage to get off -- she needs to serve her time.
@matlgal (1687)
• United States
6 May 07
I sure hope so too. It has to stop at some point before she kills herself of someone else. SHe has little or no regard for her life or the lives of others. She coasts through life with Hundred dollar bills and an empty head. She needs a serious dose of reality!.
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• United States
6 May 07
I agree wholeheartedly with both of you...well said.
• United States
5 May 07
Paris behind bars instead of in them. Paris will not be stayng in one of the Hiltons. Paris Hilton makes me sick. I do not think she is even slightly pretty. I saw a show on TV where they imposed her face over and over in dozens of publicity pictures and she only has THREE facial expressions and these are only ones she ever uses. Now she can add crying in court to give her a fourth. LOL
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• United States
5 May 07
I would love to see her spend the whole 45 days in jail but sadly money talks. Dont know why this last remark of mine did not show on my response.
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@matlgal (1687)
• United States
6 May 07
it's so annoying to watch the continued media fasination on her? WHat is it she does? she doesn't act that is for sure, SHe sure can't sing., and apparently she can't follow simple instructions. Riding on her parents name I can't even imagine how emabarrassed they must be? what a waste.
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@Khokhonut (702)
• United States
5 May 07
I bet somehow she'll get out of even going ! Some legal analyst was saying on tv this morning that he'd expect her attys to file an appeal and she might not even have to go ! He was talking about how "hellish" LA County jails are....well....it's a jail ! I certainly think she should get the same sentence/treatment any one of us would get if we behaved the same.
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@matlgal (1687)
• United States
6 May 07
We could rot in that place and our names would never be anywhere that mattered, and that my dear is what makes me crazy when it comes to this kind of garbage! It's blatant discrimination.
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@blondbat (504)
• United States
10 May 07
Hey - Send Ms. Hilton down here to the OC! I would LOVE to see her do her time in Santa Ana Central Jail. CA has the DUI penalties we do for a reason - and they are not "cruel and unusual". Everybody who is charged with a DUI automatically has their license completely suspended - absolutely NO driving at all! Maybe once upon a time there was the "restricted driving for work" clause - but not now! Unless they really have different rules up in LA! Here in the OC - if you drive drunk - you will be walking!
@khalablue (309)
• Canada
9 May 07
yet another item in the paper this morning discussing this woman's behavior. She doesn't think that she should get special treatment? As I said previously, she thrives on special treatment, so I think Arnold should pass a new law (is that what the governors do?) that applies only to celebrities and is called the Hilton law, that goes something like this. For every day your name appeared in the paper for something you did that would bring shame to an ordinary person, we will add a week to your sentence. If you violate probation, your sentence will be doubled, because you are setting an example for the youth of this country. If you behave like trash, you get treated like trash.
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@matlgal (1687)
• United States
10 May 07
Well said my friend well said ! I will vote and vote and vote on that one! Wouldn't that be terrific? There has to be some way to humble them in to being HUMAN BEINGS and having the treatments match the behavior is sure one way to so it.
@melanie652 (2525)
• United States
7 May 07
I think some jail time will do her some good? She is so spoiled and doesn't seem to think she has to follow the laws and rules like everyone else. As for her attorney feeling she's been singled out, maybe the judge is as tired of her antics as many of the rest of us are? I hope she does have to serve the entire 45 days. It'd be nice to not have to hear about her in the news or anywhere else for awhile. I doubt she'll learn anything. Probably just come out whining about how tough it was. Then again, maybe she will? Martha Stewart came out much more humbled after serving her jail time.
@matlgal (1687)
• United States
8 May 07
I just don't think she gets it at all yet. I think she is positive she will just walk away! She is so clueless and so untouched by reality I am sure that the county of Los Angeles is concerned for her safety while incarcerated!
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• Malaysia
6 May 07
nope.. i don't think she will serve the whole 45 days.. i think she might not serve anything at all.. this is what happen when you have too much money.. or you're too influential.. people are afraid of you.. they can't simply do a thing to her as she's rich...if others piss her off.. maybe she will just throw some money and play with the economy.. then the country won't be that stable already...i think the rich loves to bribe.. do you agree? or maybe.. it's the government that loves to be bribed? erm.. i don't know.. what do you think?? i think they should sentence her more than 45 days.. to fair to others..
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@matlgal (1687)
• United States
6 May 07
I think that 45 days is good IF she is treated like any other inmate. If she gets preferential treatment there will be hell to pay I fear. I think the world is TIRED TIRED TIRED of Paris Hilton! I for one can yes yes WE are.
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@4cuteboys (4102)
• United States
6 May 07
YES, I wish it could have been longer, because I am so tired of the spoiled, bratty way most celebrities act lately. I think she'll serve time, not sure if it will be the full 45 days but I hope so. It is great justice to see this happening, since almost ALWAYS they get away with it, and the way her mom was acting, it's no wonder she's the way she is.
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@matlgal (1687)
• United States
6 May 07
OH I didn't see anything on her Mom Kathy? what did she do? I saw her on that show called "Who wants to be a Hitlton"?? I think that was the title. She was not too bright either. I doubt she's ever worked a real day in her life!
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@krashy (17)
• United States
6 May 07
This is gonna be like a french poodle on a camping trip, lol. I don't think she will do the whole 45 days but wouldn't be surprised if she does, they seem to be making a statement that there is no special treatment here. I think this is a very good thing for her as her mom was outraged by this, that tells me this is probably the first time Paris has ever been punished for anything.
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@matlgal (1687)
• United States
6 May 07
I Love it a french poodle on a camping trip- perfect analogy for her! what if we 86'd her out of the country and she had to go live abroad? Let her become someone elses headlines every week! We are sick of the snotty, spoiled brat.
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@abbey19 (3129)
• Gold Coast, Australia
5 May 07
I doubt very much if Paris Hilton will serve out her 45 days in jail (if any); I reckon her lawyer will wrangle her out of it. Pity, because a spell in jail might do her some good. Money talks - know what I mean?
@matlgal (1687)
• United States
6 May 07
I totally no what you mean. But LA PD has a record of this type of crap getting brushed under the rug, so they may have to make good on this one. They better if they plan to save face at all.
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• United States
8 May 07
I definitely think she wasn't singled out by the judge. He was implementing the law. If he had let her off that then would have been singling her out. That would tell the world that as long as you have money you can do whatever you want. I believe she will go to jail BUT I think she will get special treatment. She will be roomed alone and what not. Nothing like when I went for my DUI.
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@claudia413 (4284)
• United States
6 May 07
Believe me, I actually jumped up and down when I heard the verdict! Now let's see if it sticks. Her attorney made such a stupid comment "she was singled out and made an example of". I can't understand her parents' attitude either. What's wrong with being held responsible for your actions? That's how I was raised and how my kids were raised...being responsible, not buying our way out of trouble we get into because of our actions. All celebrities (movie stars, politicians and sports figures) should all have to abide by the same laws as the rest of us. I hope she has to serve the full 45 days, but it wouldn't surprise me (just infuriate me) if she gets off and serves no time.
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@matlgal (1687)
• United States
8 May 07
Exactly !!! How can her parents still want to baby her and make her out to be the poor Victim! And to think that money can buy her off is just rude and arrogant!
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• United States
15 May 07
Very rude and arrogant, for sure. I'm sure she won't have to serve the whole 45 days (unless she doesn't have good behavior while in jail), but I certainly do hope she serves at least 3 weeks. Thanks for the Best Response.
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@Lifez2short (4969)
• United States
31 May 07
I really dont think she will be going to jail. Remember money talks. And lets not forget about the prison over crowding excuse.
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@matlgal (1687)
• United States
2 Jun 07
OH I think she will report. I just bet that someone will treat her really special and she will never have a bologne sanwich. She's down to on;y 23 days now?? not 45. She's all prepared she says and has a bible to take with her ! Give me a break!
@admtahoe (10)
• United States
6 May 07
A small little slap on the wrist is nothing, why is that celebrities have no consequences? Just like Marth Stewart, a little slap and back to the rich lifestyle
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@matlgal (1687)
• United States
8 May 07
I surely do not know! it's so ridiculous that it's so blatant. It just gets my blood boiling everytime there is an instance like this.
@niicks (224)
• India
10 May 07
she can go to jail while driving a bently ... say now is this a deal or not !
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@niicks (224)
• India
10 May 07
I think that she can go to jail by driving a bently .... how now what do u think .. isnt it good for her to go to jail while driving a bently !
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