Paris Hilton Has Been Wronged!!!

@Rozie37 (15499)
Turkmenistan
June 8, 2007 10:56pm CST
There is no way that the judge should be taking his anger at the sheriff out on Paris. For her to be sent home by the sheriff and then reincarcerated by the judge is not fair at all. It is the equivalent of allowing a wound to get a scab and then ripping the scab off again. She had 23 days, the sheriff felt that they could not do anything for her "medical," or mental condition so they sent her home. The judge is irked and then tells her that she hast to serve the full 45 days. She was relieve to go home, because of the sheriff's mistake and then tramatized all over again by the judges over-ruling. Does anyone, besides me see something wrong with this? Again, I don't give a care about Paris Hilton. I am decussing this because I am an advocate. According to a friend of mine who has served time in jail, she says that Paris Hilton will be worse off without a cell mate to talk to. That she will feel alone an isolated. I don't really feel that Paris Hilton is being overly draumatic. If it were me, they would have to hold me up to keep me from fainting. I am willing to bet my life that Paris is going to be on the straight and narrow from this point on. This is too much for her and I can feel her agony. If she thought for one minute that she was going to jail, she would have never done any of this. I am sure that the people around her are the ones that made her feel like she was above the law. And I truly believe that she feels betrayed. Sheriff Lee Baca really messed up big time.
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@Foxxee (3653)
• United States
9 Jun 07
I can understand your views about this. But I feel that the judge did a right thing. She should serve the 45 days in jail. I know that she was put on house arrest for medical reasons, but the judge has stated that her medical problems are not that serious and that all medical problems can and will be taken care of by medical staff in the jail. There really isn't any need for her to be on house arrest if the jail can take care of her medical needs. Paris Hilton was caught many times driving drunk and with a suspended license. She could of killed anyone. And that's not okay. She should just be put on house arrest for something like that. She might have got lucky, but what if she honestly did kill someone? I mean this is serious. I think by putting her back in jail they are saying that it's not okay to do this, even if you are Paris Hilton. I do feel bad for her. I feel bad for anyone that has to go through all this, but she put herself in this position. I think she will come out a better person. And she is the one that requested a cell by herself. So that is all on her. And her original time was 3 months in jail, so she did get off lucky, so she shouldn't complain. If it was me or even you, you know we would of had to do at least 6 months.
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@Foxxee (3653)
• United States
9 Jun 07
I made a mistake. I said "She should just be put on house arrest for something like that." I was trying to say "She shouldN'T just be put on house arrest for something like that." Sorry.
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@Rozie37 (15499)
• Turkmenistan
9 Jun 07
I see your point, but I was just commenting on all of the confusion that the unprofessionalism the sheriff has demonstrated is causing. I can not say that I blame her for wanting to be by herself. Imagine what a roommate might do to her, just because they are jealous? She may have fame and fortune, but the only people that are one her level at this point is other inmates, because her money isn't doing anything to get her out of this situation.
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9 Jun 07
Just because she is a celebrity dosnt mean she should get away with something like this the only reason the sherif would of sent her homke is because she would of flirted and flashed her eye lashes at him a little bit we have been seeing it way to much she canit think every time she gets into a little trouble she can flutter her eye lashes and get a slap on the wrist she needs to serve her full term to shock her into stop doing this kind of thing she is a normal person at the end of the day the same rules apply to everyone if anything an example should be made out of her to show her that this kind of behavour is not acceptable
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@Rozie37 (15499)
• Turkmenistan
9 Jun 07
You can not blame her for that. This was the sheriff's unprofessionalism. If it were you are I, we would try anything that we thought would work to be sent out of that horrid place, so I can not say that I blame Paris for using whatever she could.
9 Jun 07
ive been to prision for something i did not agree with i did my time and got out i didnt winge about it i got a ticket for not stopping in time at a red light the camera took my picture even tho i stoped my argument was it turned red as soon as i was going through and i didnt have time to stop directly on the line they didnt listen and tried to fine me i refused the fine so i got 10 days in prision i didnt make myself out to be a victim i did my time and got out paris hilton commited a crime and she should be punished like a normal person you are just sticking up for her because she seems to be a idiol to loads of teens which i dont think this is a good role model for any teen i bet she wont be saying "Thats hot" to her prision uniform
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@Rozie37 (15499)
• Turkmenistan
10 Jun 07
How dare you tell me why I am sticking up for her? I am sticking up for her because I am not narrow minded enough to down someone just because I don't personally like them. I have enough sense to know that the sheriff was not right in what he did. The difference between me and you is that I would be having this same conversation regardless to who was going through this. I am not impressed by money and as far as I can see, that is all she has going for her. I am not a teenager, I am a 37 year old, grown woman and I know the difference between right and wrong.
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@maddysmommy (16233)
• United States
9 Jun 07
Well if she hadn't got into this mess in the first place, she wouldn't be seeing the inside of a jail cell. Regardless of ill health or whatever excuse she gave (they do have facilities on hand to help i hear) she still should of fulfilled her sentence. They should of let her be once she was in jail, counseled her, gave her treatment for whatever excuse she had for being ill and left it at that. I do agree with you that the Sheriff has made the issue worse but don't you think she had a hand in that also? her parents maybe? If she had just gone into jail, stuck it out and served her 23 days, this would not have happened. Now she is distraught and obviously very very upset and now the judge has gone back to the original ruling of 45 days. If i were her, now would be a good time to ask to be placed in one of those "paid cells" or whatever they call it, then at least she still as access to phone, email etc and able to stay in contact with her family and friends.
@Rozie37 (15499)
• Turkmenistan
9 Jun 07
I really don't see anything that Paris or her family could have done to keep the sheriff from calling the judge before he made such a big decission. Especially, since the judge had specifically told them that she could not do house arrest. I have never heard of a "paid jail." If this is possible, why doesn't she opt for that.
@maddysmommy (16233)
• United States
9 Jun 07
Actually I never heard of it until Paris mentioned it in one of her interviews I think after some awards show she attended. I didn't know they existed until then.
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@student7 (1002)
• United States
10 Jun 07
I don't care who she is. I think she should serve the full 45 days in jail. They would never let a drunk driver with a suspended license go home on house arrest. What would we be teaching people if we let people go to the comfort of their homes to do their time? I think this whole medical this was a ploy thought up by Paris, her parents, and others to get her out. Rumor had it was that she was throwing a party at her mansion to celebrate her release. I feel that she got what she deserved and she needs to learn that her status and her name are not above the law. Yes, I feel that she thinks that she is above the law. As far as no one to talk to. She is in a special cell with no contact with the jail population, but really she does have contact with people and she gets to talk to who ever she wants. Yes the Sheriff should be penalized for his actions, but I think it was a simple payoff from the Paris Hilton camp.
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@Rozie37 (15499)
• Turkmenistan
10 Jun 07
I never once said that she should not do her time in jail. I said that she was wronged, because she was sent home by the sheriff and dragged back by the judge. No one wants to be done like that.
@Sir_bobby88 (8242)
• Singapore
10 Jun 07
I think that it is fair in the law that she go into jail yea ... anyway she is not a first time offender .... all we can hope is that she will really repent this time round yea
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@chertsy (3804)
• United States
10 Jun 07
I'm so sick and tired of hearing about this. When I heard that she got out early to only be sent to her home, where she holds most of her parties anyway. I was like, yea this will really teach her a lesson. Here's the lesson I can break the law and get out with just doing 3 instead of the 5 that they are saying she did to go home. Now if someone that's not famous did the exact same thing as lil miss Paris, You wouldn't see them getting out early. Paris broke the law not once, twice, but three times. I don't see her getting her act together. I see her writing a book about it, which they been tallking about it on the news, making some money off of it. Then going back to acting like her stupid self. Funny how her sister manages to keep her act clean. Maybe she needs to pay attention to how her sister acts. Heck, If I got my way since birth, and out of the blue someone (judge) finally said I don't think so. I would be screaming as well. I mean honestly, have you seen a small child that don't get there way, they scream. Makes me wonder who she lied to, kissed butts to get out only doing 3 of her 45 days. Let the spoiled lil rich girl learn her lesson. Stop trying to live above the law. Maybe this will wake other rich and famous up, drinking and driving isn't just illegal it's dangerous. She's lucky she didn't hit and kill someone.
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@MJLami (1173)
• United States
9 Jun 07
I don't personally have any interest in Paris Hilton and don't even know what she did that put her there. However, I do see a problem with her being released and then reincarcerated for the incident and with the same sentence and no second hearing/trial. I'm sure it has to do with her public image and the horrid role model she's being to our younger generation. However, what does this say about our legal system?
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@Rozie37 (15499)
• Turkmenistan
9 Jun 07
The American legal system needs a whole lot of work, but I don't see anyone standing up to address the issues all at once. We don't change a lot until something extremely tragic happens that can't be undone. Then everyone wants to come to the table with a solution. Just like they are trying preventive medicine, why not have preventive law? For example, restraining orders are rarely ever enforced the way that they should be, so a lot of times the person who gets the order, ends up suffering whatever they have been threatened with.
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@Rozie37 (15499)
• Turkmenistan
10 Jun 07
I totally agree that this problem is much bigger than Paris Hilton. And I don't feel that people should be jumping on her the way that they are. Like I said many times before, I don't care one way or the other for her. I don't usually give her a second thought. But, I do believe in standing up for what I feel is right and when they let her go home and then forced her back to jail and then gave that full time back, that is not right in the least. That is like your doctor doing surgery and sending you home to start healing and then he calls you the next day and says, oh, I forgot to do something or we perform the wrong surgery, so you will have to come back so we can cut the wound open again. It is insane to put people through either one of these.
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@MJLami (1173)
• United States
10 Jun 07
I'm in complete with that. My point probably got buried with everything else I said but I do agree that if you are released from your sentence you should not be going back for the same offense/sentencing without just cause. She did not break parole, so to speak so there should have been no re-entry. That's the only time someone released should be going back on the same sentence.
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@Psychosis (356)
• United States
11 Jun 07
The judge absolutely did the right thing in sending Paris back to jail to serve her full sentence. I don't even see how anyone could come to the defense of this stupid drunk. If she would have just used some of daddy's money to hire a driver, she would not be in all of this crap to start with. All of the emotional distress that Paris has to deal with is the result of her own idiocy.
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@Rozie37 (15499)
• Turkmenistan
11 Jun 07
When one is one the outside looking in it is quite easy to judge. Consider the fact that she may have wanted her privacy and freedom. Believe it or not, money is not the answer to everything.
• United States
11 Jun 07
And many freedoms are forfeit with the commission of a crime.
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@Shaun72 (15968)
• Palatka, Florida
9 Jun 07
it sounds like it. I feel bad but then again no i don't she's just like everyone else just famous.
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@Rozie37 (15499)
• Turkmenistan
9 Jun 07
But this time, it was their mistake and not hers. They should not have come down harsher on her, just because the sheriff sent her home.
@Shaun72 (15968)
• Palatka, Florida
9 Jun 07
Yeah you are right. I read it wrong.
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@pallidyne (858)
• United States
11 Jun 07
The Sheriff screwed up, but that does not mean Paris should not still be in jail. It is VERY clear to me that Paris and her family have tried to provide undue influence, that was brought to bear on the Sheriff. Does that absolve him? No, but it sure as hell doesn't absolve her or her family. If I committed the same offense, would you feel outraged if I felt lonely? Or thought the food was lousy? Or missed my mommy? And I seriously bet you $10, that this is not going to be Paris's last encounter with the law in the next 8 years. She does not think she did anything wrong, has not took one step to actually trying to make accounting of her life. Simply if someone says "Go ahead its Ok" she does it. She does not read any of her official mail, (not talking fan mail, I'm talking official stuff like summons, etc) and that alone speaks of a contempt of the system based on her status that is nowhere near being broken.
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@Rozie37 (15499)
• Turkmenistan
11 Jun 07
I am not a fan. I have no idea how much of her mail she reads or anything else like that. The only time I have taken any interest in Pairs is now that she is in trouble with the law. If you were going through the same situation and I knew about it, then I would be writing about you.
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@anonymili (3138)
10 Jun 07
I see where you're coming from but my personal view is don't do the crime if you can't do the time. Just because she's a spoilt pampered little madam she thought she could get away with breaking the law. Other people get banned from driving and if they drive whilst banned they have to face the consequences, there is NO reason she should get a lesser sentence or have access to email or whatever else people are suggesting. Regardless of how the sheriff or whoever messed up (sorry I didn't follow the story nor care enough to know all of the details) she broke the law and she should serve her whole sentence. What annoys me most about this annoying brat is that she had more than enough money to have been able to hire a driver to drive her around 24/7 if needs be, so what was she doing behind the wheel? Did she think she was above the law? I think her sentence should actually have been longer!
@Rozie37 (15499)
• Turkmenistan
10 Jun 07
It doesn't bother me that she is spending her time in jail. It bothers me that the sheriff could be arrogant enough to go over the judges head and make such a decission. I am not a Paris fan and would be equally upset if this were anyone else. I am simply an advocate. She had to be traumatized from being sent home and then dragged back. Once hse was there, they should have kept her there.
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@dopey22girl (3324)
• United States
10 Jun 07
Yeah, poor Paris. She could have ended someone's life with her drunk driving, but why should she spend 45 whole days in jail? Heck, she should be out drinking and driving right now. What if she wasn't in jail and tomorrow you found out that she went drinking, then driving, and ran into two parents driving home from the hospital with their new baby and killed the whole family? Would you still feel bad for poor little Paris Hilton? Sorry, but I don't feel her "agony" as you put it. And who cares if she feels betrayed? I'm sure she could buy herself a $100,000 pair of those stupid sunglasses and feel better.
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@Ravenladyj (22936)
• United States
18 Jun 07
(from eonline) "On Tuesday, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors gave Sheriff Lee Baca one week to come up with a detailed report on why, exactly, he defied a judge's orders and granted the heiress a "reassignment" to house arrest after just 72 hours behind bars." the shrieff DEFIED A COURT ORDER! how has Hilton been wronged??? "If she thought for one minute that she was going to jail, she would have never done any of this" FLMFAO ARE YOU KIDDING ME?? do you honestly think this is the first time she's broken the law?? its the THIRD in the past yr alone! come on you cant really be falling for her crap are you??
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@Ravenladyj (22936)
• United States
18 Jun 07
(man they need an edit feature here).....I also meant to say that the Hilton clan had given the Sheriff money for his campaign which is most likely WHY he did what he did and is currently under investigation
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@Rozie37 (15499)
• Turkmenistan
18 Jun 07
You know way more about Paris Hilton than I do. I have not heard anything about the case since I posted this. I don't watch television and I have not read the internet news about her in a few days. My point was that, her thinking that she was going to stay home was a relief, so her being pulled back had to be traumatizing for her. This was the sheriff mistake, he is the professional and he put his job on the line. You can't blame Paris or her family for that. This was his call.
@Ravenladyj (22936)
• United States
18 Jun 07
"My point was that, her thinking that she was going to stay home was a relief" no it was more like a ploy concocted by the Hiltons and the Sheriff...and in due time I'm quite positive that will all come out in the end....The Sheriff is KNOWN for this crap..this guy has recieved all sorts of goodies from celebs to "look the other way"....you think the Hiltons didnt use that info to their advantage?? come on...