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Friday, June 08, 2007

Paris is back in the can!

A thoroughly pissed off Judge Michael T. Sauer ordered Paris Hilton and her attorneys back into court. It would appear Paris Hilton's transfer from a traditional lock up to house arrest in her multi-million home vexed him beyond belief. In his original order Judge Sauer specified no furlough, no work release, no house arrest and no electronic monitoring.

In fact he was so vexed with the situation that he took the remarkable step (for a judge) of issuing a press release stating he had not approved the change in her custody status. The city attorney was less then impressed. He filed this petition asking the judge to find the sheriff in contempt of court.

But it gets better. Hilton's attorneys decided she could appear by telephone. The judge, hearing about the telephone appearance on the radio while driving into work, had a different idea. He ordered the Sheriff's office to fetch her to the court house. After a bit of arguing as to whether or not the sheriff was going to comply with that court order, sheriff's deputies went to Hilton's home in the Hollywood Hills collected her.

A crying Paris Hilton was taken to court in a police car Friday for a hearing on her early release from jail, heightening the struggle between the judge who sentenced Hilton and the sheriff who sent her home under house arrest.

Hilton appeared to be in handcuffs when she was placed into a black-and-white patrol car, which sped away from her Hollywood Hills home with lights flashing. Paparazzi sprinted in pursuit and news helicopters pursued overhead, broadcasting live TV coverage.

The police car arrived at the courthouse and disappeared into the underground parking lot. Inside, Superior Court Judge Michael T. Sauer was to listen to the city attorney's complaint that Sheriff Lee Baca did not have the right to reassign Hilton to electronically monitored home detention after only three days in jail for violating probation in a reckless driving case.

Forbes: Crying Paris Hilton Returned to LA Court

Once she was delivered to the court room, people in the room say she cried and shook throughout the entire proceeding.

Judge Sauer said that he found no evidence of any medical condition and ordered her back into the lock up.

Screaming and crying, Paris Hilton was escorted out of a courtroom and back to jail Friday after a judge ruled that she must serve out her entire 45-day sentence behind bars rather than in her Hollywood Hills home.

"It's not right!" shouted the weeping Hilton, who violated her parole in a reckless driving case. "Mom!" she called out to her mother in the audience.

Forbes: Screaming Paris Hilton Sent Back to Jail

Well now, isn't that special. I'm certain that everyone in the court room was impressed. I know just hearing about it made an impression on me.

Paris Hilton thought she was going to have her "people" solve this for. She is probably completely oblivious to the threat her driving presents to the rest of us. If she does know, that just makes her sins all the worse.

I think she is now becoming aware there are some things money cannot buy. Like when you get sentenced to jail for thumbing your nose at the legal system. Maybe this will give her a clue about other things money can't fix. Like getting drunk, getting behind the wheel and killing someone's mother, father, daughter and/or son. Nor can money fix crippling and disfiguring injuries.

Perhaps after this traumatic life lesson, she will find it in herself to stop endangering the rest of society.


The most valuable life lessons are also the hardest.
- Anonymous

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