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8th-Jun-2007 07:27 pm (UTC)
I have zero sympathy for her situation. Glad the judge made sure justice was done though.
8th-Jun-2007 07:30 pm (UTC)
I find this to be HILARIOUS! These people that are famous for whatever reason always think they are an exception to the rules. And this girl, I just can't stand the sight of her.
8th-Jun-2007 07:34 pm (UTC) - The icon is dedicated to Paris
I just turned 26, which is apparently the same age as Paris. It's embarrassing to see her acting like a toddler at that age.

If I'd done something like that in court and my parents had been present, they'd have smacked me silly.
8th-Jun-2007 07:40 pm (UTC)
What color is the sky on her families planet?

Oh wait, it's "green" isn't it?

This just stupifies me......
8th-Jun-2007 07:40 pm (UTC)

'nuff said.
8th-Jun-2007 07:44 pm (UTC)
I really don't understand why anyone gives a flying fuck, unless it's because the mainstream media tell us to, while for all purposes ignoring things like big-time firings in the administration!
8th-Jun-2007 07:50 pm (UTC)
"My message to those who don't like celebrities is that punishing celebrities more than the average American is not justice," Baca said. (sheriff that let her out)


Wonder how much he got paid. Hopefully he's in a world of hurt now:

Late Thursday, Sauer issued the order for Hilton to return to court after the city attorney filed a petition demanding that Hilton be returned to jail and to show cause why Baca shouldn't be held in contempt of court.
8th-Jun-2007 08:17 pm (UTC)
After my sister was sent to jail over a year for having a pot plant that was not even 6 inches tall...and hearing that this cunt was sent home cuz she was depressed.

This makes me very happy! I am so sick of celebrities getting away with everything just because they are rich.

8th-Jun-2007 08:27 pm (UTC)
jliv just put it very well: Perhaps there's a little schadenfreude in all of this, but I didn't invite her into my life.

Her media presence is an unwelcome one to any thinking person. She'd be a person to ignore utterly up to the point that her cheap theatrics would warp the justice system. Then it becomes our business.
8th-Jun-2007 08:50 pm (UTC)
hehehe silly spoiled whore...
8th-Jun-2007 10:12 pm (UTC)
is that not the most beautiful picture of her you've ever seen? I mean, honestly - to ACTUALLY be facing what the common folk face every day. WOW!
9th-Jun-2007 02:22 am (UTC)
I love you man.
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9th-Jun-2007 12:11 am (UTC)
As the Inuit have 16 words for snow and ice, the Germans have 7 different terms for "enjoying the pain of others".
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9th-Jun-2007 04:48 am (UTC)
9th-Jun-2007 05:26 am (UTC)
I have no bloody idea. But isn't it fascinating that you've got it down to a word?
9th-Jun-2007 12:06 am (UTC)
you know what really bothers me is that the judge is the one wrong in this case.

in california, for her type of violation, it is at the discretion of the sheriff of the county how to administer the sentence--not the courts.

housing paris, due to all of the media, etc. would cost the county of los angeles far more money than house arrest.
9th-Jun-2007 05:34 pm (UTC)
That's surprising. The way the article worded the story (CNN) it made it sound like the sheriff had no authority whatsoever to override the judge's decision. I'm in NC, so I don't know how thing work there.

I agree it would cost less to send her home, but the message being sent (if that was allowed) is much more costly. I belittles the fact that drunk driving is a major killer of people everyday in the US and that money and fame trumps that as well.

Just my $0.02 worth...
9th-Jun-2007 06:11 pm (UTC)
Ya, but then again, it is CNN. On the flip side, it's wrong to use her to send a message. But, then again, nothing else seems to sink in to that stupid spoiled whore.
9th-Jun-2007 07:03 pm (UTC)
I can't wait until South Park does an episode on this!

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