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    From- http://www.wtol.com/Global/story.asp?S=6625540
    LOS ANGELES -- Paris Hilton has not only had her sentence cut short, she is already out of jail. When the 26-year-old hotel heiress checked into the Century Regional Detention Facility in suburban Los Angeles, she was expected to serve 23 days. She only stayed for five.

    Her lawyer says Hilton will be confined to her home for 40 days. Officials are citing medical problems as a reason for the reassignment.

    This is a breaking news story, and as soon as more information comes in, we'll post it in this space.

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    Does anyone else hear, "BS!" Im interested in what kind of medical problem this is.
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    I just heard that the judge is bringing her back to court!

    LOS ANGELES -- Hours after Paris Hilton was sent home under house arrest Thursday (video: MyFoxLA) the judge who originally put her in jail ordered her back to court to determine whether she should be put back behind bars.

    "The city attorney filed a petition for an order to show cause why the sheriff should not be held in contempt for releasing Ms. Hilton, and demanded that she be held in custody," Superior Court spokesman Allan Parachini said late Thursday afternoon.

    He said Hilton must report to court at 9 a.m. Friday.

    After only three days behind bars, Hilton traded a 12-by-8-foot cell for her 2,700-square-foot Hollywood Hills home when she was released early Thursday because of an unspecified medical condition.

    Hilton was to be under home confinement, wearing an electronic monitoring ankle bracelet, for the remaining 40 days of her sentence for violating probation in a reckless driving case.

    The celebrity inmate was sent home from the L.A. County jail's Lynwood lockup shortly after 2 a.m. in a stunning reduction to her original 45-day sentence.

    No details were available on the nature of Hilton's medical condition. Sheriff's spokesman Steve Whitmore refused to answer questions about whether it was physical or psychological. Hilton's lawyer and publicist did not return calls seeking comment.

    "I can't specifically talk about the medical situation other than to say that yes, it played a part in this," Whitmore said at an early morning news conference outside the jail.

    The decision to release Hilton was made by Sheriff Lee Baca, according to the Probation Department. A deputy at the sheriff's information bureau said there would be no comment.

    Hilton's sentence was first cut from 45 to 23 days because of "good behavior." When she chose to serve her time under house arrest, the sentence reverted to the original 45 days. Although she spent only three days in jail, she was credited for five because she checked in late Sunday and left early Thursday, leaving her with 40 days.

    On Sunday night, after a surprise red-carpet appearance at the MTV Movie Awards, Hilton surrendered to authorities with little fanfare.

    "I am trying to be strong right now," she told reporters at the time. "I'm ready to face my sentence. Even though this is a really hard time, I have my family, my friends and my fans to support me, and that's really helpful."

    Hilton was housed in the "special needs" unit of the 13-year-old jail, separate from most of its 2,200 inmates. The unit contains 12 two-person cells reserved for police officers, public officials, celebrities and other high-profile inmates. Hilton didn't have a cellmate.

    Like other inmates in the special-needs area, Hilton took meals in her cell and was allowed outside for at least an hour each day to shower, watch TV in the day room, participate in outdoor recreation or talk on the telephone.

    When Hilton was sentenced May 4, Superior Court Judge Michael T. Sauer ruled she would not be allowed any work release, furloughs or use of an alternative jail or electronic monitoring in lieu of jail.

    Whitmore said Thursday that Sauer "was consulted and he was advised" about her early release.

    The 26-year-old hotel heiress' path to jail began Sept. 7, when she failed a sobriety test after police saw her weaving down a Hollywood street in her Mercedes. She pleaded no contest to reckless driving and was sentenced to 36 months' probation, alcohol education and $1,500 in fines.

    On Jan. 15, she was pulled over by the California Highway Patrol. Informed that her license was suspended, Hilton signed a document acknowledging she was not to drive. Then, on Feb. 27, she was pulled over a third time, which led to her three-day incarceration.

    Her new lockup is a four-bedroom, three-bathroom, Spanish-style home on .14 acres above the Sunset Strip.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RFxplr326 View Post
    From- http://www.wtol.com/Global/story.asp?S=6625540


    Does anyone else hear, "BS!" Im interested in what kind of medical problem this is.
    I'm pretty sure she has an STD named for her...

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    All is right with the world, Paris is back in Jail!!!!!!!!!1

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    From what I heard on the radio, she's going back, and for the full 45 days now. And when she was removed from the court, in shackles, she was screaming for her mommy.

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    if she is out, the ER's better watch out for a 25% increase STD's coming in

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    This whole story is starting to sound like a really bad porno movie... She's in, she's out... she's in.... she's????? you fill in the rest.
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    This whole story is starting to sound like a really bad porno movie... She's in, she's out... she's in.... she's????? you fill in the rest.
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    Default and now she is back in!!!

    Paris Hilton sent back to jail in hysterics; sheriff defends decision to turn her loose
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    Published: June 8, 2007

    LOS ANGELES: Screaming and crying out for her mother when she was ordered back to jail, Paris Hilton's cool, glamorous image evaporated as a judge ruled she must serve out her entire 45-day sentence behind bars rather than in her Hollywood Hills home.

    "It's not right!" shouted the weeping Hilton in court Friday. "Mom!" she called out to Kathy Hilton, who also was in tears.

    The 26-year-old hotel heiress tried to move toward her parents but was firmly steered away by two sheriff's deputies, who held her by each arm and hustled her from the courtroom.

    Hilton had been brought to court, handcuffed and crying, in a sheriff's car that picked her up from her home. She was escorted into court disheveled, without makeup, hair askew and face red with tears.

    Superior Court Judge Michael T. Sauer was apparently unmoved by the pleas of Hilton's three lawyers to send her back to home confinement due to an unspecified medical condition. He ordered Hilton returned to a Los Angeles County jail to serve out the remainder of her 45-day sentence for violating probation in an alcohol-related reckless driving case.

    The judge gave no explanation for his ruling. But his comments throughout the hearing showed he was affronted by county Sheriff Lee Baca's decision to set aside his instructions and release Hilton after three days in jail to finish her time in the luxury of her home.

    Her lawyers said the reason for her release was an unspecified medical condition. The judge suggested that could be taken care of at jail medical facilities.

    The sheriff later hinted at a news conference that Hilton had psychological problems, and said she would be watched in jail "so that there isn't anything that is harmfully done to herself by herself."

    Following the hearing, Hilton was taken to a correctional treatment center at the downtown Twin Towers jail for medical and psychiatric examination to determine which facility she will be held in, said sheriff's spokesman Steve Whitmore.

    "She'll be there for at least a couple of days," he said.

    The sheriff later defended his decision, citing jail crowding (although Hilton was in a special unit and did not have a cellmate) and what he termed "severe medical problems."

    He said he had learned from one of her doctors that she was not taking a certain medication while previously in custody, and that her "inexplicable deterioration" puzzled county psychiatrists.

    Baca also charged that Hilton received a more severe sentence than the usual penalty for such a crime, which he said would have been either no jail time or direct placement in home confinement with electronic monitoring.

    "The only thing I can detect as special treatment is the amount of her sentence," the sheriff said.

    But he said he would not try to overrule the judge's decision again.

    Hilton's jailhouse saga began Sept. 7, when she failed a sobriety test after police saw her weaving down a street in her Mercedes-Benz on what she said was a late-night hamburger run.

    She pleaded no contest to reckless driving and was sentenced to 36 months' probation, alcohol education and $1,500 (1,100) in fines. In the months that followed she was stopped twice while driving on a suspended license. The second stop landed her in Sauer's courtroom.

    After being taken to court in a black-and-white police car, paparazzi sprinting in pursuit and helicopters broadcasting live from above, Hilton entered the courtroom weeping and continued to cry throughout the hearing, which lasted more than an hour.

    Her blond hair was pulled back in a disheveled knot, in contrast to the glamorous side-swept style in her booking photo from earlier in the week. She was wrapped in a long gray fuzzy sweatshirt over slacks.

    Her body shook constantly as she dabbed at her eyes. Several times she turned to her parents, seated behind her in the courtroom, and mouthed, "I love you." At one point, she made the sign of the cross and appeared to be praying.

    When the judge announced his decision to return her to jail, Hilton screamed. Deputies ordered all spectators out of the courtroom. Hilton's mother, Kathy, threw her arms around her husband, Rick, and sobbed uncontrollably.

    Deputies escorted Hilton out of the room, holding each of her arms as she looked back.

    Despite being reincarcerated, Hilton could still be released early. Inmates are given a day off their terms for every four days of good behavior, and her days in home detention counted as custody days. It appeared that Friday would count as her sixth day.

    Friday's hearing was delayed by a misunderstanding. Hilton apparently thought she was going to be able to participate from home by telephone. But the judge, who had not authorized that, angrily denounced a media outlet for spreading that rumor, although a court spokesman also gave that information to news media. He ordered sheriff's deputies to go to Hilton's home and bring her to court. The process took nearly two hours.

    Once the hearing began, Sauer was blunt in his criticism of the sheriff for disobeying his orders, which specifically banned home confinement with electronic monitoring.

    "I at no time condoned the actions of the sheriff and at no time told him I approved the actions," he said. "At no time did I approve the defendant being released from custody to her home."

    The hearing was requested by the city attorney's office, which had prosecuted Hilton and wanted Baca held in contempt for releasing Hilton despite Sauer's express order that she must serve her time in jail. The judge took no action on the contempt request.

    Hilton's attorney, Richard Hutton, implored the judge to order a hearing in his chambers to hear testimony about Hilton's medical condition before making a decision. The judge did not respond to that suggestion.

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    Any more news?

    Man, i know i should'nt care about this whole issue, but it is just so surreal.

    The elitist over tones of the whole debaucle, i admit keeps me wondering what is going to happen next. Why? I mean i NEVER watch entertainment news..i dont normally care a rats behind.

    I guess she is so over the top and the way it has all played out is so comical...i dont know, but i admit, i am interested.

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    I dont doubt for one second that she has an actual medical condition: Depression.

    You take a spoiled rich little girl, who... what is she, 26? that has had every thing given to her and then you throw her in jail.... even though its like a minimum security jail with her OWN Cell..... its going to be a major major shock to her system. You go from being able to do whatever you want when you want to having someone watch you when you pee.... yeah, its a major shock to her system.

    But, I would bet a lot of other inmates suffer from depression or whatever you want to call it and they dont get special treatment. She doesnt deserve one bit of special treatment. So she has a condition...... who gives a crap. Put her on happy medicine and put her back in prison.

    What she needs is a 400lb "roomie" who would break her in right.

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    Baca also charged that Hilton received a more severe sentence than the usual penalty for such a crime, which he said would have been either no jail time or direct placement in home confinement with electronic monitoring.
    This is the one thing that has been bothering me throughout this whole ridiculous media circus. I know everyone thinks she should suck it up and do the time, but is the sentence consistent and comparable to what others charged with the same thing get?

    Not that I'm Paris fan, by any means. Just something that had occurred to me, and before I had read this article, last night I actually spent a few minutes trying to find some info on typical California sentences, but I'm not proficient enough at googling I guess LOL.

    So it was nice to see someone else thinking along the same lines as me, as I haven't seen or heard any mention of that point coming up before. Even if it was the "vilified" Sheriff!

    Not that I've seen a lot of the footage/articles mind you. Just kind of hard to miss the hoopla the past few days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JHR1985 View Post
    I dont doubt for one second that she has an actual medical condition: Depression.

    You take a spoiled rich little girl, who... what is she, 26? that has had every thing given to her and then you throw her in jail.... even though its like a minimum security jail with her OWN Cell..... its going to be a major major shock to her system. You go from being able to do whatever you want when you want to having someone watch you when you pee.... yeah, its a major shock to her system.

    But, I would bet a lot of other inmates suffer from depression or whatever you want to call it and they dont get special treatment. She doesnt deserve one bit of special treatment. So she has a condition...... who gives a crap. Put her on happy medicine and put her back in prison.

    I agree...Chew on this, if prison/jail was a Beverly Hills mansion it wouldn't be punishment; now would it.

    Hopefully she learns from her little visit in the slam that life is not always gonna go her way and that money can't buy her everything.

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