Townhall.com reports that during Wolf Blitzer’s daily production meeting on Friday (June 8), the same day that Paris Hilton was taken handcuffed and crying from her home and later cried out for her mother when she was ordered back to jail, ‘The Situation Room’ host vowed that during that afternoon’s entire news program, he would not bring himself to utter two words: Paris Hilton. “And he didn’t,” a CNN producer said. Instead, newsreader Carol Costello handled the Paris news during Wolf’s three hour broadcast.
Lookalikes Campaign To Free Paris Hilton
June 11, 2007 – Paris lookalikes campaigned to ‘Free Paris’ at Euston train station to promote a lastminute.com competition to win a trip to Paris, France on Thursday (June 7) in London, England.
Is An Inmate Ready To Cash In On Paris Hilton Pictures?
June 11, 2007 – The Sun reports an inmate is said to have smuggled a camera phone into Paris’ former cell at the Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood, and wants to sell the snaps for $1,000,000. One picture is believed to show Paris wearing panties with the word “bitch” on them. In another she is wearing her blue prison uniform.
Paris Hilton Calls Barbara Walters From Jail
June 11, 2007 – Paris phoned ABC News’ Barbara Walters Sunday from the Twin Towers Corrections Facility to admit jail and the chaos surrounding her sentence have made her realize she must clean up her act. “I used to act dumb,” the heiress explained. “That act is no longer cute. Now, I would like to make a difference. … God has given me this new chance.” Read more.
Will Paris Hilton Bounce Back Again?
June 11, 2007 – Is the party for Paris finally over, or will she cash in even more, especially in Las Vegas, one of her favorite party stops? The questions got a mixed response from a half-dozen insiders quizzed by Norm Clarke of The Las Vegas Review Journal, ranging from local public relations experts to a major nightclub operator and a veteran celebrity reporter. Images of a sobbing Hilton will help make her “more human and sympathetic,” another PR veteran said. “People will now be able to relate to her, and that will make her more marketable.” The story at lvrj.com has since been removed.