Paris Hilton not to go in appeal, says she’s learning and growing in jail

Into the jail, out of it, and back in - that's Paris Hilton's story!

12 June, 2007:

Celebrity, actress, and hotel heiress Paris Hilton, who is serving a 45-day jail sentence in Los Angeles for a probation violation in a reckless driving case, will not appeal against the verdict.

In a statement just a day after her return to jail after a brief period of home confinement, Paris Hilton said she will not appeal against her imprisonment and is “shocked” by all the attention she got recently.

She is currently at a detention centre, apparently to undergo medical and psychiatric evaluation.

Officials of the Sheriff’s office said Paris’ health is being evaluated in a medical ward. She may never be transferred to the general jail population, they added.

“Being in jail is by far the hardest thing I have ever done,” Associated Press quoted Paris Hilton, 26, as having said. “I have had a lot of time to think and I believe that I am learning and growing from this experience.”

On June 9, Paris Hilton was in tears and screaming for her mother as Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Michael T Sauer ordered her back to prison, overturning a decision by Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca to allow her a reduced term.

Paris Hilton, convicted for a series of driving violations, urged the media in her statement “to focus on more important things like the men and women serving our country in Iraq.”

But many people in the United States do not see this case as just concerning Paris Hilton, but focusing on the fairness in how the country’s justice system works.

Some reports pointed out that Paris Hilton is terrified that she will be caught on the toilet with a cell phone camera and the photos will be broadcast on the internet. One report even went to the extent of saying that she was so scared that a photo might be taken of her on the toilet that she did not eat or drink for three days.




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