Hilton Could Go Back To Jail

Paris Hilton may be under house arrest, but her legal troubles aren't over.
The socialite heiress has been ordered to report to a hearing to determine whether she should be sent back to jail.

The Los Angeles city attorney filed a motion late Thursday requesting a superior court judge not only return Hilton to the detention center, but also asking the court to force the LA Sheriff's department to prove it should not be held in contempt.

Hilton served just a little over three days of what would have been a 45-day sentence for violating probation.


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  • by johnny Location: evarts on Jun 11, 2007 at 04:08 PM
    she needs to do her time maby this is what she needs to learn her lesson hope she dont try it again she is no better than anyone in private life
  • by cutter Location: South of East KY on Jun 11, 2007 at 08:19 AM
    (1) Timing was right for the courts to make an example of a young, rich, irresponsible celebrity. (2) Daddies corporate lawyers had little experience in a criminal court, their arrogance attributed to her incarceration. 3) Never, Ever; undermine a Judge’s authority.
  • by citizen Location: Monticello on Jun 8, 2007 at 03:06 PM
    All she is, is a spoiled little rich brat throwing a tantrum because she can't get her way. Just because she's rich and famous she This is what I have to say to her. IF YOU CAN'T DO THE TIME, DON'T DO THE CRIME! LIFE'S NOT FAIR, GET OVER IT!
  • by CHARLOTTE Location: DANVILLE on Jun 8, 2007 at 12:14 PM
    SHE SHOULD SERVE HER TIME,SHE IS NO BETTER THAN ANYONE ELSE.
  • by sandy of louisville on Jun 8, 2007 at 11:14 AM
    LOCK HER UP AND THROW AWAY THE KEYS! WHY IS "SHE" TREATED ANY DIFFERENT THAN THE REST OF THE WOMAN AT THIS "PRISON"??? SHE MAKES MY INSIDES SICK, SICK!
  • by Anonymous Location: stanton on Jun 8, 2007 at 10:45 AM
    I must agree with Red River Gorge, had this been some average person, there would be no sympathy, don't eat-who cares. Why should she get special treatment? All this publicity and allowing her to get by with this, is just poisoning our younger generations' minds.
  • by Annis Location: Lancaster on Jun 8, 2007 at 09:30 AM
    YES she should go back to jail. If someone (not celebrity status) was in court for this they would not be allowed to come out of jail like that. This tells our younger generations (who some look up to these celebrities) you can do things like this and not pay your penalty. I heard on the raido today she had a big party last night at her house well this shouldn't be allowed if she is suppose to be serving jail time at home.
  • by Joshua Location: Lexington on Jun 8, 2007 at 08:26 AM
    Execute her already and end the entire world's suffering through news about her worthless life.
  • by LIZ Location: KY on Jun 8, 2007 at 06:39 AM
    SHE SHOULD DO HER TIME, MARTHA DID HER TIME IF I WERE CAUGHT ID DO MINE! THIS IS HER THIRD TIME MAYBE SHE'LL LEARN A LESSON BEFORE SOMEONE GETS KILLED. WHERE,S M.A.D.D. IN ALL THIS. I JUST DONT THINK ANYONE IS ABOVE THE LAW!
  • by SPIKE LEE OF KY. BB Location: LEX,KY. on Jun 8, 2007 at 05:57 AM
    STOP PULLING THESE PEOPLE'S CHAIN.AS A RULE PEOPLE SERVE APPROX. 10% OF THEIR TIME.DO THE MATH,SHE'S DONE THAT.PEOPLE WITH POWER LIKE TO FLEX,I'M REFERRING TO PROSECUTORS A LA (DURHAM NC DUKE MATTER)AND JUDGES.ELECTIONS ARE COMING UP.WORSE OFFENDERS GET HOME IN CARCERATION.SO STOP PULLING THESE PEOPLE'S CHAIN.I'M IMPRESSED WITH HOW THE GIRL STOOD UP AFTER THE FACT. LOCK THIS UP.
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