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Paris Hilton Really is Going to Jail

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A Los Angeles judge stunned Hollywood Friday afternoon by sentencing Paris Hilton to jail for 45 days. The heiress fought back tears as the sentence was handed down to her at Los Angeles County Superior Court after she was found guilty of violating her probation on an alcohol-related reckless driving charge.

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May 6, 2007, 12:11:00 AM
okay, that was all you could muster up for Paris Hilton, the bain of the late 20's crew? I couldn't believe her pompous overpayed lawyers thought the sentence was too harsh because of "who she is," when most celebrities get easy sentences because of who they are. You can't have it both ways dude, and her name and money should have no bearing on the law. GOOD for the judge!! Her mother apparently thinks so as well since she laughed about it IN the courtroom and asked the judge for his autograph!! Congratulations you twit, hope you get a swift kick of reality in jail!! I'm sure it will all be worth it when she comes out with her new line of handbags: monochromatic color scheme with splashes of orange accessories: The Bars Necessity Line: just enough room for a beer and your car keys.

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