Saturday, June 09, 2007

A Little Sun On The Horizon

Ok so some of my faith in the justice system is restored. Paris Hilton was basically dragged crying and screaming back to jail to serve her sentence. Seems the judge got some confidence and ordered her back, saying he did at no time indicate she could be allowed to be returned home, and that the sheriff who released her was out of line. Oh well, I can't be mad at that, and I won't point fingers at who is responsible for the fiasco. I'm just glad she's going back to jail. And stop whining. My goodness, Paris, it's only 45 days, and probably in the county jail. Sure it isn't as posh a place as you're used to, but please, stop acting like it's San Quentin. I would say think of it like you were grounded, but then I think you have no idea what that's like either.

In the end, Paris, if you survive your own self-centered stubborness, this is probably the best thing that has ever happened to you. Maybe you'll grow up a bit.

1 comment:

Tony said...

I certainly don't want to be seen as defending Paris Hilton, but while she is incarcerated, droves of non-celebrity inmates will be released do to overcrowding. Also, I have it on good authority from a former CA prosecutor that it is routine to allow inmates to pay for their stay in a swankier facility, an option which Paris was denied. Is Paris a whining, spoiled, talentless brat? Absolutely. Is she being treated fairly? Of that I can't be so sure.