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Before Paris Hiltonâ€™s imprisonment began many had feared that the jail’s life may prove little too much for the actress. The same fears have become a stark reality when Parisâ€™ mental state worsened. As a matter of fact jail authorities also feared that if Paris doesnâ€™t receive immediate medical attention then her life may be in jeopardy.
Though she has been released, at least for now, but she needs immediate psychological help.
Initially when Paris had complained of her poor mental state then authorities thought that she is jut pretending. But to make sure that Paris stays in good health a psychiatrist visit was arranged, who confirmed that if nothing is done on time then Paris might have a nervous breakdown.
The same problem was sighted when Paris couldnâ€™t attend a defamation trial last month. Earlier even Paris has conceded the fact that she feels jittery and haunted about her imprisonment.
Now it would be interesting to watch that for how long Paris continues to get the psychological help and would she again be put behind bars?
Whatever is the case but one thing is sure that despite her tall claims Paris failed to withstand the harsh jail conditions.
Perhaps, in her last public appearance before the imprisonment Paris Hilton paid a surprised visit to MTV Movie Awards. But even than the actress accepted the fact that a mere thought of jail makes her scary. Hilton was wearing black strapless dress and jewels. She looked in a good mood and obliged photographers by posing in different styles.
Expressing her feeling on imprisonment Hilton said:
I am trying to be strong right now. Iâ€™ve received thousands of letters from around the world of support and itâ€™s really been inspirational and really helped me. Iâ€™m really scared but Iâ€™m ready to do this. And I hope that Iâ€™m an example to other young people.
Hiltonâ€™s sentence would begin on June 5 at a county jail in Lynwood, which is located about five miles south of Los Angeles. It has been learnt that in jail Hilton would be kept in â€˜special needsâ€™ unit. Though initially Hilton was awarded 45 days imprisonment for alcohol-related reckless-driving and driving with a suspended license, but later her sentence was reduced to 23 days as it was expected that she would show good behaviour in jail.
Well, I hope that while in jail Hilton does some introspection and realizes that itâ€™s high time to put an end to all her stupidities.
It seems that some people really know how to cash on anything. Just see that how they are trying to draw the mileage from Paris Hiltonâ€™s imprisonment or should I say on Hiltonâ€™s plight. Perhaps the first of its kind, a new doll is on sale on ebay. This doll comes with jail accessories like – jail window, handcuffs, LA County number sign, mug shot wall, and ball & chain. Hang on, there is more as it has a matching purse, and tinkerbell Chihuahua, which are Hiltonâ€™s trademark for quite a while.
Well, the list seems endless as this doll is fitted in a bright orange jumpsuit of the finest quality paint material from paintsace. Black boots matching panties and make-up, which look clumsy with orange streaks in her hair.
Really, the creativity and imagination of this doll creature is really commendable. It would be interesting to watch whether this doll appeals to Parisâ€™ fans or falls flat?
Some respite for troubled model Paris Hilton as she may have to serve less than 45 days in county jail. Hilton, who was sentenced last week to serve 45 days imprisonment, could spend three weeks or less behind bars provided she displays good behaviour in jail.
Los Angeles County sheriff’s spokesman Steve Whitmore said:
Hilton, sentenced last week to do the time, could spend three weeks or less behind bars because of a state requirement that grants inmates time off for good behavior and because of overcrowding in the system.
Some women inmates, who showed good behaviour during their sentence, have been released after serving only 10 per cent of their total sentence. The other reason for such early release is the overcrowded jails. In a similar case last year actress Michelle Rodriguez, who was sentenced to 60 days in jail for drunken driving in Hawaii, was also releases as the jail was overcrowded.
26-year-old Hilton was awarded 45 days of imprisonment for drunken and reckless driving. Her term of imprisonment would begin on June 5. Though Hilton intends to appeal against her sentence and even her fans are also asking Californiaâ€™s governor Arnold Schwarzenegger to grant her pardon.