May 4, 2007

Socialite in the Slammer

Let the "Free Paris" campaign begin!

I wonder if 45 days in the clink will teach girlfriend some maturity.

There aren't any "don't drop the soap" prison jokes for women, are there?

Basically, Miss Thang got arrested for violating her probation by driving on a suspended license. She claims to not have known about her license being suspended for 90 days, even though she signed a document saying just that:
[Paris] said that when an officer who stopped her in January made her sign a document stating her license was suspended, she thought he was mistaken and did not actually look at the document.
Poor girl. She probably thought the officer was asking for her autograph.

UPDATE 5/4: In this L.A. Times article, Hilton's attorney declared the verdict unfair, saying that Paris, whom he said was a person with "unique issues and needs" [apparently], was selectively prosecuted because of who she is.

Bitch, please. Nobody is above the law, especially socialites who are too stupid to take shit like this seriously.

Oh yeah, and Paris made the sign of the cross before hearing the verdict. What, all of a sudden she's religious? Heh.

(Photo credit: Damian Dovarganes/AP)


pins&needles said...

Well, her and her lawyer should know that the average sentence for this is 90 days in the slammer. She got off easy because of who she is. I feel nothing for her.

Laurie said...

Mags, I know I'm going to hell for this, but I haven't stopped my happy jig since the verdict was handed out. The only thing that would make me happier at this point is peace on earth.