Wednesday, June 27, 2007

The Girl Can't Help it! {Fred Thompson WATCH on hiatus - PARIS the skank takes front and center!}

vaseline and ho-ho's indeed~! Great - aunt zsa zsa would want it just this way - the perfect p.r. storm babay!


SHE'S FREE & EASY: Overjoyed ex-con Paris Hilton walks out of the L.A. County jail early yesterday morning - after 23 days of easy living in the slammer - and is greeted by a swarm of fans.

June 27, 2007 -- Paris Hilton scurried home to Mommy and Daddy yesterday after spending three weeks in a jailhouse medical unit receiving special treatment and living the life of a _________ and ______________and a snack-ravaging college student.
Sources said the celebrity skank was a jailhouse pig during her time in the pokey - racking up a $145 commissary bill for assorted snacks and beauty aides.
The bill included packs of French vanilla coffee, orders of chicken noodle soup, toffee peanut treats, banana nut muffins, packs of chicken broth and a 1.75-ounce jar of Vaseline.
While other inmates had to pick up their own orders, Hilton had deputies act as her personal errand boys.
"I don't understand what the big deal is; she's a nobody," said an irate deputy at Century Regional Detention Center, happy to see Hilton check out.
"She's got sheriffs bringing her food. This was unbelievable."
After her release, Hilton was driven to her parents' house in the ritzy L.A. neighborhood of Bel-Air with an army of photographers and news helicopters in tow.
Cops blocked off cars from entering North Kings Road last night, anticipating her return.
Hilton hasn't slept in her own bed since June 7, when L.A. County Sheriff Lee Baca temporarily released her to house arrest.
Shortly after arriving home, she had her hair extensions redone and got a facial.
The celebucon (what is that?) is set to appear on "Larry King Live" tonight, sharing her first post-pokey interview with the suspender-wearing chatter box at CNN's Sunset Boulevard studios.
It's been a rough several weeks for Hilton, who hasn't suffered this kind of indignity since a renegade Web site revealed she has a prescription for Valtrex, a medication often used to fight STDs.
While she was in jail, sheriff's deputies feared Hilton could get roughed up in the general population.
They kept Hilton in solitary confinement during most of her time behind bars.

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