Normally, what pop-tarts do isn’t very interesting, but in this case we’ll make an exception as Hilton was released from jail early because she developed a rash. Now ask yourself, would you get that kind of consideration? If you were in jail for a minor offense, would you get released early for a minor medical issue? Money talks, even in the justice system.
After serving only three full days behind bars, Paris Hilton was released from jail early Thursday, partly due to “medical” reasons … sources close to the Hilton family told “Entertainment Tonight” that the medical reason was a rash she developed on her body.
According to People magazine, Hilton was having trouble behind bars. “She cries all day,” a source told the publication. “She looks unwashed, she has no makeup and her hair is tangled. She cried audibly through the first two nights.”
What a tough situation, no makeup and no hair stylist — perhaps John Edwards could relate to the immense stress and psychological issues poor hair style can cause.
But wait, there’s more! Allow the sheriff to expand on reasons for the early release, leaving unanswered why he ignored the judge’s orders.
Whitmore didn’t fully deny this accusation. When one reporter asked him, “What’s your comment to people who say she played you like a puppet on a string – she came in here, didn’t like it, it was hard and she got out?” he replied, “Once again, I just think that’s a different way of saying it, only the language is a little more – liquid. I would simply say that I understand that.”
The sheriff’s spokesman would not elaborate on Hilton’s medical issues, nor would he say if they were physical or psychological. He added that the decision to send Hilton home was based on dozens of consultations and discussions over a period of three or four days.
When she was sentenced May 4, Superior Court Judge Michael T. Sauer ruled that she would not be allowed any work release, furloughs or use of an alternative jail or electronic monitoring in lieu of jail.