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Paris Hilton Turns to the Virgin Mary to Save Her from the Slammer

After Buddhism and the Bible, Paris Hilton has adopted yet another spiritual ploy to keep her out of jail. The jail bound socialite, who has to report to Los Angeles' Century Regional Detention Center by June 5, was spotted wearing a T-shirt featuring a picture of the Virgin Mary. ...

Paris' Sex Tape Comes Back to Haunt Her in the Slammer

Hotel heiress turned jail bird, Paris Hilton, is reportedly having a tough time with jail inmates who are poking fun of her internet porn video, One Night In Paris , with ex- beau Rick Salomon. A fellow inmate greeted the frightened socialite at the Lynwood centre by saying 'Paris sure know...

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 Facil...

Paris Spotted Smoking Pot!

...pot in Hollywood , though she recently claimed that she has never done drugs. A witness said that the Simple Life star, who served time in the slammer for violating terms of probation, emerged from a SUV exhaling a cloud of marijuana smoke. "She took a huge puff off of a joint, then opened th...

Was Paris Conning Doctors With Fake Illness?

... under house arrest by citing a life-threatening psychiatric condition as the reason, it seems that Judge Michael T Sauer who ordered her back to the slammer was quite sure that the socialite was conning doctors. On Larry Kings show, Larry Waldie, who had informed Judge Sauer about Hiltons early rele...

Paris' 'medical Condition' is a Sexually Transmitted Infection

...oted the pal, as saying. And, pals fear that she really is on the brink, for after a furious Judge Sauer decided to make her spend 45-days in the slammer instead of the lesser sentence of 23 days, she had a mini-breakdown in the sitting room. "Before the cops led her away she was bawling on the sit...

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