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"It's not right!" She shouted in response"
Er...yes it is.
when the press were first told.
"NOOOOOOO" shouted a fan.
And suddenly, the planet's chi is in serene balance again. All is well.
It'll be even more well if someone can provide footage of this hearing.
Hopefully, since materialistic, hedonistic rich bitches no longer have a role model, this will be the catalyst for all of them to whip into shape.
Probably the same day Jimmy Saville crash lands a Concorde into the Loch Ness monster.
- she is such a celeb that she distorts the otherwise rational behaviour of those around her.
Basically, if she is so ill that she can't serve three weeks in gaol, she probably needs medical treatment rather than being confined at home.
Unfortunately, she seems to have been released because she didn't much like it.
So, without knowledge of her apparent medical condition, I'd just say she should be either in nick or in hospital, and not being involved in some ridiculous dispute between law officials grandstanding for the media.
she made a porn film, despite the fact that she has plenty of money.
I'm not defending her, but she was famous before that.
she had done nothing
...and should be able to afford to have someone make a film for her...?
but I can't help but feel a little bit smug.
it's 45 days! you could sleep through half of that easily! it'd be like taking a nap!
the rest of the time, she can surely occupy herself by lifting weights and developing her butch, don't-fuck-with-me prison alter-ego. not so much paris as detroit.
If I might say:
iu think i agree with stealhy
finally the balance has been readressed. althought not permantly. Basically, she's sith.
"this lady has some severe problems".
you can say that again.
"this lady has some severe problems".
severe drug addiction ?
Or severe shopping addiction ?
However I do feel a smidge sorry for, not because she doesnt deserve it but for the "you are going to prison..............nah you can go home now............nah only joking back you go sweet cheeks!"
not really...I did have a few qualms at first about rejoicing in the gaoling, but just cos there are pictures of her crying doesn't make what she did right. I'm sure lots of people are sad about going to gaol, but they aren't used to crying and stamping their feet and getting what they demand.
she new what she was doing, she deliberately flouted the law and put peoples lives at danger, she brought getting locked up on herself. No sympathy
for her, she blatently thought she was gonna get round the law, and now shes having to face up to what she did. Her only mental problem is thinking she was too rich or famous to go to jail.
may i commend your spelling of 'gaol'. Good and proper it is too. Something beef'n'mustardy about it.
there is another way?
To the stocks with 'em! AAAARRRRGH!
that is awesome. totally nuts but awesome.
i spotted that little gem too, was about to post it. Was it a judge who said that? Sounds more like police speak to me...
I love the way she shouted to her mum when she was in trouble
MUM TELL THE MEAND JUDGE TO STOP!
I don't get why they let her out on good behaviour (??) and house arrest, only to change their minds? Why did they change their view on this?
official reason was 'good behaviour' it was ostensibly because she had 'medical problems' but more likely some kind of bargain. Then when everyone started complaining that it was corrupt they did a swift U-turn.
llike a nightmare i had once.
that video was terrifying!
"My friend's brother (who works with [Sheriff Lee] Baca's assistant sheriffs) told me that Paris was released due to a severe, "stress-induced" herpes outbreak. He also said that he heard that the blisters had apparently spread to her anus and had taken on abcess-like features that required more serious medical attention. Thus, after taking into account jail overcrowding, the increasing liability that Paris presents, and Paris's lesions, all things weighed in favor of her being put on home confinement."