Lee Baca Says Paris Hilton Was ‘Decompensating’ In Jail

Usmagazine.com has learned the specific psychiatric condition that L.A. County Sheriff’s officials cited when they reassigned on June 7 from a jail cell to house arrest for medical reasons. Sheriff Lee Baca said the heiress was suffering from a life-threatening psychological condition known as “decompensating” – the deterioration of one’s mental state to the point of severe depression, anxiety or delusions. Hilton’s condition, he added, was further complicated by her being unsure about what medications her doctors had prescribed her.

Rents Malibu

June 27, 2007 – ‘Entertainment Tonight’ has learned that since Paris’ release from jail just after midnight on Tuesday morning, the heiress has rented a $2.9 million dollar beach house in Malibu for the summer.

Paris Hilton Now Has A Record

June 27, 2007 – Jay Leno joked during his Tonight Show monologue on Tuesday night, “Well, Paris is free, ladies and gentlemen. As you know, Paris Hilton is free. She was let out of jail last night. And now she has a record. Yeah, she has record. She does. Which sounds bad. It doesn’t sound nearly as bad as her CD. But the record is bad. … As you may know, tomorrow night, Paris will give her first post-jail interview on ‘Larry King Live’, yeah. Is that the name of the show, ‘Larry King Live’? Shouldn’t it be ‘Larry King, is he still alive?’ Shouldn’t that be it? We love Larry King. … Actually, Paris was originally supposed to do ‘The Martha Stewart Show’, but under the terms of probation, she’s not allowed to associate with any known felon.”

What’s Next For Paris Hilton?

June 26, 2007 – Now that Paris is out of jail, what will she do next? ‘American Morning’ co-host Kiran Chetry spoke with Lola Ogunnaike about it, and the heiress’ interview with ‘Larry King Live’ on Wednesday. Read the transcript at CNN.com.

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