Sunday, February 10, 2008

Paris Hilton leads LA prison riot

LOS ANGELES, California (UCS News) -- A judge sentenced Paris Hilton to an additional 45 days in county jail Friday for in-sighting inmates to revolt. The extended sentence has certainly put the brakes on the hotel heiress's famous high life.....or has it.
According to jail officials Hilton offered to share her bunk for a night with anyone that could get her a bottle of Jack Daniel's and a carton of Marlboro Reds. 14 guards and jail staffers were injured in the melee that followed Hilton's offer. Police officers called to the scene described how male and female inmates alike went into action, destroying jail facilities and looting store rooms in-search of Tennessee whiskey and cigarettes.After several hours of violence calm was restored but Hilton and the other inmates remained in a tense stand off with Police and the LA county S.W.A.T. team. In the early morning hours of the following day, Hilton handed over control of the jail and surrendered to authorities. As she was returned to her cell Hilton explained "The party was over, The bottle was empty and I traded the last of the smokes for a pedicure." Hilton's spokesman Elliot Mintz stated "We all know Paris Hilton is a young women of many talents, She has shown great skill diffusing a situation that could have been dangerous." Hilton, who parlayed her name and relentless partying into worldwide notoriety, had been in police custody for less than 24 hours when the revolt took place. "There's no doubt she knew her actions would lead to a general disturbance in the jail." stated the judge as he awarded the heiress an additional 45 days in jail. In the hearing following the riot Elliot Mintz, Hilton and her attorneys characterized the events as "All in good fun". According to Hollywood insiders the film rights to "Simple Life in Jail" have been offered for 28 Million dollars plus 15% of box office receipts.

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