Saturday, May 05, 2007

Paris Going To Jail!



I'll believe it when I see it.
But if there is a God and Paris ends up in jail this is what she'll be enjoying.

Inmates get three low-sodium meals a day, with dinner the only hot meal. Beef and pork aren't permitted — it's all poultry-based.
Hilton will be segregated from the general population for her own safety, living in a one- or two-person cell.
Her cell will be Spartan: 12-by-8 feet with a toilet, sink and a window 6 inches wide. She'll comb her blonde locks in a mirror made of polished metal.
Breakfast is served between 6 a.m. and 7:30 a.m., hours when Hilton sometimes gets in after a night of partying.
Inmates in segregation are allowed outside their cells for at least an hour each day to shower, watch television in the day room, participate in outdoor recreation or talk on the telephone, Scott said. There are a bank of phones that use prepaid phone cards — cellular telephones and Blackberries aren't allowed.
Sometimes stars are allowed to do their time in a jail of their choosing. In such cases celebrities pay a daily room-and-board fee to the smaller jails, which afford them more privacy and comfort.
But the judge in Hilton's case wouldn't allow such an arrangement, so she'll head to Lynwood on June 5.
Courtesy of Yahoo News

5 comments:

b13 said...

Maybe she'll talk Nicole into coming along... as well as her producer, director, camera operator, stylist...

They'll call it "One month in cell block six"

Just Dave said...

The really fun part is that now, she will have an actual criminal record. That means that the next time she screws up, she will get a harsher sentence.

Miss Litzi said...

Hi D. Prince,
What will be interesting to note is if 45 days in jail will humble Ms. Hilton or if she’ll still have the attitude….

What’s she going to do with her hand, if she isn’t allowed to use her cell phone?

Sheila said...

I can see a real Martha Stewart redemtion thing happening here. She will rise from the dust of cell block 6 and be on every TV in the world to talk about her soul searching experience. I'll tune in ofcourse!

Battlerocker said...

First, like you said, I'll believe it when I see it. Second, I think Sheila is right; this will actually help her "career."