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26 June 2007 :: 12:06:03 pm 4412

What Would Paris Hilton Write On Her Prison Diaries

"I hope that I‘m an example to other young people," she told reporters You can watch the interview of Paris Hilton on Larry King Live, CNN, Wednesday night. We all wonder what she would possibly write her diaries while she was in prison.
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First day: Arrived late Sunday night. So tired. Asked if I could check into my room immediately. Quite possibly the rudest concierge I have ever met. I told him he was fired. Not the effect I’d hoped for. And no, I did not register under the name “Little Miss Whore.” What kind of hotel forces you to strip and delouse (maybe Marriott?). Although instead of a robe I got a fabulous orange jumpsuit with a cute number on it. Nothing to do at night. I’m told (as there was, like, no information in my room) that there is no bar or lounge area. I wish I’d brought flats. 

“My room is insane! TINY! How is it even possible that I got a room without any view? A tiny stainless steel toilet. There is an incredibly thin mattress. If I didn’t know I was in prison I’d think I was in an Ian Schrager hotel.


The entrance of the Century Regional Detention Facility of Lynwood, California is pictured 01 June, where Paris Hilton, must spend 45 days for driving on a suspended license. It seems she will be housed in a special part of the jail away from the prying eyes of other prisoners, and will probably only have one cell mate.  A toilet inside a typical jail cell at the Century Regional Detention Facility is captured from a video footage taken in Lynwood, California near Los Angeles May 4, 2007.

“What is time? How do we measure it? What does it mean? I find these questions on my mind more and more, especially since someone stole my Audemars Piguet watch. Shame. 
“There is no TV, no iPod, no cellphone. Just — I hope I’m spelling this right — “boks” or maybe “bowks.” Whatever. I took a few from the cart and have been looking at the covers. Then, last night, I looked inside and there are, like, a million words, page after page. Are these new? 
“I have been in here for many days. I have stopped counting the days. I live in here now. 

“What is freedom? It’s not free, that’s for sure. It’s “free” with “dom.” And that seems right to me. I feared prison once. I see it now as a great gift. Once, I wondered if I would have to wait in a chow line. Is there a way around the chow line, I wondered? A kind of “chow bouncer,” a chow doorman I might smile at as I breeze past on my way to steamed broccoli and fried bologna? How funny to think back. Because there is a chow bouncer. And her name is Brick. And she hates me. 

“Joy is like steam from the kettle that the Mexican servants used to make me tea in the kitchen, wherever that was located in my former home. 

“Lately I’m identifying with the Jews and all the horrible things that happened to them during Vietnam. 

“Brick said to me today, “Ya know, I stayed in a Marriott once. And truth be told, I’d rather stay in prison.” We both laughed. And then she beat me up. 

Reporter : PDN staff   Photo : Internet   Category : Entertainment News

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