Paris Hilton’s Jail Cell Issues: ADD & Claustrophobia
TMZ has learned that Paris Hilton suffers from extreme Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) and claustrophobia, and these conditions may have triggered the Sheriff’s decision to spring her from Lynwood Jail last week. Read more.
Melrose Larry Protests For Paris Hilton’s Freedom
June 12, 2007 – An incognito, sombrero-wearing Melrose Larry of the Howard Stern Show fame was spotted outside Twin Towers Correctional Facility in Los Angeles yesterday screaming “Freedom for Paris Hilton,” while waiving a sign that read “No justice, No Porsche!” Footage from TMZ.com has since been removed.
PETA Wants Paris Hilton To Lobby For Chickens’ Rights
June 12, 2007 – PETA’s Dan Mathews tells Jeannette Walls of MSNBC.com the organization would like Paris, currently cooped up at the Twin Towers Correctional Facility, to become a spokesperson for chickens’ rights. “We’re asking Paris to narrate our Kentucky Fried Cruelty video showing how chickens are routinely crammed into tiny cages and suffer broken wings and legs,” Mathews explained. “Unlike inmates at the jail in L.A., these animals get no reprieve or medical treatment.” Read more.
Lawyer And Psychiatrist Visit Paris Hilton
June 12, 2007 – Paris’ lawyer, Richard Hutton, was spotted leaving Twin Towers Correctional Facility on Monday (June 11), where he said us that the heiress “is doing as well as can be expected under the circumstances … and she’s receiving excellent medical care.” Meanwhile, her shrink Dr. Charles Sophy had no comment. Footage from TMZ.com has since been removed.
OJ Simpson Comments On Paris Hilton Media Attention
June 12, 2007 – O.J. Simpson is weighing in on the media coverage surrounding the Paris jail stint. “When Paris Hilton was going to jail last week, more people knew about that than knew that we were sending people into space that day,” Simpson told Editor & Publisher. “It has replaced what is real news. There was always a place for it, but it was [gossip writer] Rona Barrett. Now it is the equivalent of Edward R. Murrow reporting it today.”