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BlondeSugar BlondeSugar 8 years
Good thing she hired him back. What else would the poor guy do with his life?
JKe895 JKe895 8 years
I hope that it wasn't Elliot's fault, that would be horrible!
msjandmine msjandmine 8 years
She is so pathetic. Paris knew better thatn to drive. She is blaming someone else for her mistakes. She has too much money and time on her hands. I think this 45 day sentence is gonna be great.....Wonder what she will look like with a black eye behind bars? The women in there will probably not do anything and suck up to her like everyone else does. She will have it easy and not learn anything and probably go one to kill someone. Then what? She gets away with it again. Man what has the world gone to?
krisua krisua 8 years
I'd suggest she'd just go and did her sentence and get it over and done with.
Kaciegrrl Kaciegrrl 8 years
Honestly, I feel sorry for the man like Pop said - not that working for Paris is a respectable gig, but he always came across as a very nice person on the Simple Life (not that I EVER watched it, ahem).Return the shoes? I can't talk to you when you're hysterical.
Kaciegrrl Kaciegrrl 8 years
Honestly, I feel sorry for the man like Pop said - not that working for Paris is a respectable gig, but he always came across as a very nice person on the Simple Life (not that I EVER watched it, ahem). Return the shoes? I can't talk to you when you're hysterical.
ilove2ski ilove2ski 8 years
Thank you bibiruby82 for sticking up for me. I appreciate it! And I agree with what you said, just because I am not on the hate Paris banwagon, is not right to jump on my or others case about it. Everyone has reasons for liking someone. And, I tend to like people that others hate, because for one I feel bad for them. There is no need to hate anyone. You can not like someone or their actions but to call them nasty names and say childish things, is not only immature but actually pretty sad. I just hope that most of you aren't out raising your children this way. Because I don't care who you are, but it is NOT ok to make fun of someone, laugh at their mistakes, say that you are getting so much satisfaction out of this, and call someone names. Some people have a lot of growing up to do.******************************************Is butter a carb?
ilove2ski ilove2ski 8 years
Thank you bibiruby82 for sticking up for me. I appreciate it! And I agree with what you said, just because I am not on the hate Paris banwagon, is not right to jump on my or others case about it. Everyone has reasons for liking someone. And, I tend to like people that others hate, because for one I feel bad for them. There is no need to hate anyone. You can not like someone or their actions but to call them nasty names and say childish things, is not only immature but actually pretty sad. I just hope that most of you aren't out raising your children this way. Because I don't care who you are, but it is NOT ok to make fun of someone, laugh at their mistakes, say that you are getting so much satisfaction out of this, and call someone names. Some people have a lot of growing up to do. ****************************************** Is butter a carb?
Ginger Ginger 8 years
She voilated her probation more than once, so yes, she does have a past history of violating her probation. When anyone repeatedly ignores court orders and violates their probation, the judge has the option of putting them in prison for the rest of their probation time. Considering her original probation was three years, she should be grateful that she wasn't be sent to prison for 2+ years remaining. The 45 days is letting her off easy.Her mom was so concerned about wasting the taxpayers money here, yet they didn't hesitate to file an appeal, although the lawyers haven't yet determined what ground they are appealing.
Ginger Ginger 8 years
She voilated her probation more than once, so yes, she does have a past history of violating her probation. When anyone repeatedly ignores court orders and violates their probation, the judge has the option of putting them in prison for the rest of their probation time. Considering her original probation was three years, she should be grateful that she wasn't be sent to prison for 2+ years remaining. The 45 days is letting her off easy. Her mom was so concerned about wasting the taxpayers money here, yet they didn't hesitate to file an appeal, although the lawyers haven't yet determined what ground they are appealing.
Wicked Wicked 8 years
She's such a dog. Does she need a scapegoat for everything?
bibiruby82 bibiruby82 8 years
I agree with both luv2ski and t_hive88 on this one, especially since it seems as if it's okay for people who hate Paris(usually a gullible reason that was fed by some snarky gossip that bears no truth at all) to speak their mind, but the minute you or I or someone else like us speaks our mind we wind up getting shut down by everyone else here because we refuse to jump on the bandwagon. Gee, whatever happened to thinking for yourself? Anyhow, the sentence doesn't fit the crime at all, imo. What I mean is that she doesn't have a prior record of violating probation(nor has she had any probation setences prior to the one she violated)before this one. Normally, I would think that the judge would take that into consideration regardless of her celeb status, however, the prosecutor wanted to make an example out of her and went for it. Normally, she either would've been fined and ordered to do community service for an x amount of daysPersonally, that's bull because Paris was to be prosecuted for only violating her probation ONLY, not to be some kind of addition to an illustrious resume to be used when said prosecutor is up for re-election. Something tells me, that this prosecutor is up for re-election or will be within the next year or so. I CANNOT stand it when prosecutors do that, mainly because they'll do that to not only celebrities, but to us regular people as well. However, one thing I noticed here besides the hostility towards those of us who are fans of Paris and support her through thick and thin and aren't ashamed to express that was this holier-than-thou vibe I got from reading some of the other comments. I thought my sister was extremely sanctimonious, but damn, the amount of sanctimony here just really ticks me off. Now, I realize that I don't know whether or not some of you are nor if you have intended for the comments to give off that air of sanctimony(you probably didn't), but I'm basing some of this on the impression I got from reading the comments. Up for until now, Paris probably hasn't experienced a situation that was this serious before, and the way she's handled it(and how some of you claim she handled it)was probably the best way she knew how(note that I'm separating her celeb status from her as a regular everyday person)to do so. All she did after leaving the courthouse after someone from the news asked her about her sentence was that she didn't think the sentence was a fair one(my summarization, I'm sure you all know what she actually said). I didn't see any thing that would indicate her acting like a 13 year old brat with no responsibility for her own actions AT ALL. Besides, I'm sure you guys have been in situations where you reacted similarly to what you all attack her for doing(as in her reaction)before. I know I have been in some situations where I reacted that way before and I'm learning how to react properly. She'll learn from this experience, besides I don't think she said that with the intent of getting off easy. Why would she even do that after the sentence was handed down to her after all. I know she might appeal, but how she reacted upon leaving the courthouse doesn't mean that she wanted to get off easy with a slap on the wrist. If that were the case, wouldn't she have made a big production out of her then possible jail sentence all the way up for until her date in court? jmast, whether you like it or not, she won't go away. She also isn't a pseudo-celeb. If she were what you claimed her to be, she wouldn't have done the simple life nor would she have starred in some movies. She would be famous(and yes, infamous) for only partying. Note that I said movies because she has been in some before. She had a bit part in Zoolander, and she starred in the movie House of Wax, a National Lampoon movie, and the Hills(NOT the show that stars Laguna Beach's Lauren Conrad). While she isn't considered to be an a-lister, that doesn't seem to bother her at all. Agent D, I'm sick and tired of you calling her a celebutard because she ISN'T ONE! She wasn't blaming her problems on someone else at all, and had she done so, she would've done so outright. You're entitled to your opinion, but really what makes her a celebutard...aside from the snarky gossip that's probably just hearsay because there needs to be concrete evidence in order for there to be truth in those claims? Deba, people do irresponsible things every day even celebrities do. I've done my share of such things and in many situations I have come off as a spoiled, immature, narcissistic, irresponsible woman(Paris is a woman[with the quotations removed because there really isn't a gold standard as to what makes a woman a woman, imo] whether you like to think of her as one or not). While her actions do not a role model make in Paris's case in most peoples' opinons, people also tend to overlook those negative actions and focus on the fact that she has bounced back stronger than before. I personally don't consider Natalie Portman to be a role model, but then again that's because I really can't identify with her as a person. The only thing we have in common are our college educations and that's it. The only difference is that I went to a 2 year college whereas she went to Harvard for 4 years. I'm not cut out for universities(you can PM me if you want to know why because I'll be glad to explain it to you). I'm currently seeking employment on a daily basis, filling out application after application hoping to finally be able to start being finacially independent and to save some money to go back to college for 2 more years to get my degree in fashion design. In short, I would think she would be a role model for overachievers in this country. In fairness though, she probably is a role model. I guess the criteria varies from person to person. Inadee, she's NOT a stupid cow. There are plenty of people nationwide who do what she has done, but they don't make the news unless they were involved in a deadly car crash which leaves the other car passengers dead while the driver(who did what Paris did)escapes without one injury. Why crucify her for doing something that has been done nationwide by others as well? If you don't like her that's fine, you don't have to. I just don't think it's fair that she gets crucified for doing what others have done, they should also be crucified as well. She doesn't belong in jail because the prosecutor used her case to his advantage by setting an example for anyone who pulls the same kind of stunt that she did. Most people who committed the same violation have gotten lesser sentences, especially when you consider that they have had no prior record of parole violations. They don't have an overzealous prosecutor acutally taking the case on the side of "the people" either with the hopes of keeping their job. Something tells me that this prosecutor is up for re-election or will be next year. I just find that to be unethical(using a trial for a crime that normally doesn't result in a rough sentence if the accused is convicted of said crime as an example for others out there what could happen if they do the same thing), using a case to improve their chances of holding their title after re-election. To each their own I guess.
ladybugrenee ladybugrenee 8 years
shell be okay probably be in club pen
inadee inadee 8 years
I hope that they throw that stupid cow in jail where she belongs. what kind of idiot doesn't know better than to not drive if her license is suspended?!
Drewsfan Drewsfan 8 years
I know I'm not old!
Drewsfan Drewsfan 8 years
I know I'm not old!
GIOVS GIOVS 8 years
she looks very nice in that dress, to fresh :D
ilove2ski ilove2ski 8 years
Hey you aren't old!! I am almost 21. 41 more days!!******************************************Is butter a carb?
ilove2ski ilove2ski 8 years
Hey you aren't old!! I am almost 21. 41 more days!! ****************************************** Is butter a carb?
Drewsfan Drewsfan 8 years
See, you can joke like that and get away with it. The minute I'd do it though, I bet I'd get taken seriously. :D
skinny-fat skinny-fat 8 years
Well, I AM smarter than they are :pepino: :jumpin: :speedy: :pepino: :jumpin: :speedy::pepino: :jumpin: :speedy: :pepino: :jumpin: :speedy: :pepino: :jumpin: :speedy: Toto, I have a feeling we're not in America anymore :(
Drewsfan Drewsfan 8 years
I can't be old! I'm only 24! Maybe we're just smarter than they are, Skinny.Disclaimer: I was totally kidding. :p
Drewsfan Drewsfan 8 years
I can't be old! I'm only 24! Maybe we're just smarter than they are, Skinny. Disclaimer: I was totally kidding. :p
t_hive88 t_hive88 8 years
Hahahah ho. That word just cracks me up now. Oh skinny, I would never make you shut up! Who would I argue with if you did?? lol "You smell like a baby prostitute."
ilove2ski ilove2ski 8 years
Skinnyfat!!! Come look at the album I just made... I put up a picture of my whole entire family. All 20 of us!!******************************************Is butter a carb?
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