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June 7th, 2007 under Paris Hilton

(photo from Pretty on the Outside
It is all in Paris Hilton's head, at least that is what law enforcement is telling TMZ. They added that she was on the verge of a nervous breakdown and that is why she was "reassigned." Psychiatrist Charles Sophy who was counseling Paris told the sheriff's office that her mental state was frail and she was at risk. Let me ask you, who wouldn't be in that position? She got off so lucky and this is such BS because you know she is home sleeping, watching TV and calling and BlackBerrying her friends right now. It is like when you ground a kid and their room is full of all the good stuff like TV, games, cell phone and computer, how is it grounding the kid? In fact TMZ has learned that her house arrest does not come with any provisions on how many guests she can have over and how much she drinks. That is so FUS. Like I said before party at Paris' for the next 39 nights. 
In a statement obtained by TMZ by her lawyer Paris Hilton had this say:
"I want to thank the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department and staff of the Century Regional Detention Center for treating me fairly and professionally. I am going to serve the remaining 40 days of my sentence. I have learned a great deal from this ordeal and hope that others have learned from my mistakes."
What could she learn in 3 days? Even though they are counting her days served as five? She will be no different.
I am glad that LA officials are upset about this. L.A. County Supervisor Don Knabe and the Sheriff's Union have already spoken out about how unhappy they are about her reassignment. 
On a side note, because of almost everyone's negative reaction to Paris' release, I wonder if this means very bad news for her co-star and good buddy Nicole Richie? Will she be the example that celebs don't get special treatment?
UPDATE: The SF Examiner is reporting that neither the Judge or the prosecuting attorney agreed to her reassignment. "The judicial process may have been improperly circumvented in this case," said City Attorney Rocky Delgadillo. "This explanation is puzzling. Los Angeles County jail medical facilities are well-equipped to deal with medical situations involving inmates." And Superior Court spokesman Allan Parachini spoke for Judge Michael T. Sauer, "He did not agree to the terms of release that the sheriff proposed." Sheriff Lee Baca who set Paris free is currently up for re-election, he does not have my vote and I am sure he lost a lot more today. 
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