Thursday, June 07, 2007

Paris Hilton & the LA Revolving Jailhouse

Earlier today Paris Hilton was RELEASED from prison, supposibly she had a medical condition that COULD only be treated at home. So, now she's under house arrest. Wow, talk about being treated unfairly. Flags go up for me though, even if it was depression she could be treated in jail. Wonder if it dealt with money issues?

Remember right after Paris was charged and sentenced everyone screamed she was being treated unfairly because she was a celebrity? Here are some things to think about:

A normal person (non-celebrity) gets fined, charged and sent to jail. A normal person goes to jail until the time is up, they take their punishment.

Paris Hilton (celebrity) gets fined, aired on the news, charged and sent to jail. But before going to jail decides to write everyone she can about how unfair it is because she's a celebrity. (hmmm, now if you were to say she didn't go to jail wouldn't that be unfair to the rest of us?) All things fail and she ends up having to go to jail, but is released EARLY, yes under "medical conditions."

A normal person (non-celebrity) as far as I know hasn't been sent home to be put on house arrest because of some "medical issue." My question is was the issue boredom? Or maybe the lack of photogs that needed her. Hmmm, maybe it was the fact that she's got LOTS of money? Either case I am calling this one a case of the "Celebrity Condition."

Now apparently this was not the judges decision, instead the LA Sherriff decided to let her go home. The other attorneys are going to try making her go back to jail to finish of her sentence like she should be. So we might be seeing a revolving door to that jailhouse pretty soon.

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