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Paris is Out of the Medical Ward and Back in the Slammer

Socialite turned jailbird Paris Hilton has been transferred back to the LA prison where she is serving her time, after completing treatment with the facilitys medical ward.

Jail authorities said that the hotel heiress condition is stable after her stay in the Twin Towers Correctional Facility for less than a week.

The Simple Life star, who is serving a 45 day jail sentence for violating terms of probation, was taken to the Century Regional Detention Centre.

However, it is unclear if the 26-year-old is in the facility at Lynwood.

Hilton was housed in a separate cell when she began serving her jail term there on June 5, reports the Sun.

The socialite, who was suicidal and seemed like she was heading for a breakdown, was later ordered to be placed under house arrest by Sheriff Lee Baca.

On June 8, Judge Michael Sauer ordered her to full 45-day in prison, overruling the sheriffs decision.


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