And now for the latest on Paris Hilton…
Paris Hilton’s lawyers have dropped their pants … I mean their appeal for a reduction of Paris’ 45-day jail sentence. (Whew! I’m sure the lawyers wouldn’t mind dropping their pants if Paris happened to have a “wardrobe malfunction.”)
They made the decision after learning that the amount of time the hotel heiress must actually serve will be cut almost in half.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said on Thursday that Hilton would spend just 23 days in jail under state guidelines that give inmates one day’s credit against their term for each day they serve, so long as they maintain good behavior.
So Paris will spend less than a month on the slammer – the Century Regional Detention Facility south of downtown Los Angeles which houses 2,200 women.
She will begin serving her sentence on June 5. Hilton will be segregated from the general inmate population in a “special-needs” unit designed for such high-profile prisoners as celebrities, former police officers and public officials.
She will be confined 23 hours a day to an 8-foot-by-12-foot cell that she most likely will share with another inmate, authorities said.
(It is almost guaranteed that her fellow inmate would be a millionaire – especially if she has a camera, even a cell phone camera, to record every move and gyration of the famous model.)