“Mommy and Daddy need to try to figure out more time right now.” Juggling her clan is not easy, she confides to the magazine. “Everybody needs individual time. Shiloh has our attention when the others are at school. Mad [her son Maddox] stays up the latest, so he gets the nighttime. During the day, I’ll go for a walk or do something specific with Pax or Z [Zahara] . . . We’re working on it; we’re working on it. Right now, we’re not great about Mommy-and-Daddy time.”
I am ready to face the consequences of violating probation. During the past few weeks, I have had a lot of time to think and have come to realize I made some mistakes. This is an important point in my life and I need to take responsibility for my actions. In the future, I plan on taking more of an active role in the decisions I make. I want to thank my family, friends and fans for their continued support. Although I am scared, I am ready to begin my jail sentence.
Aw, what a shitty way to make your “final public appearance” before surrendering two days early to authorities and going to jail. Sarah Silverman opened the MTV Movie Awards with a monologue ripping Paris Hilton to shreds — with Paris in the audience. Listen to the crowd go wild while Paris sits there trying not to cry.
I’m actually bummed that MTV only showed a few brief shots of Par-Par during this. Someone over there has tape of her face throughout the entire monologue, and that’s what I wanna see. Come on, MTV!!! Release that tape!!!
There had been buzz that Paris was actually going to present an award last night, which may have been untrue — or Paris backed out after Silverman’s live diss.
While she had until June 5 to begin serving her sentence, Paris Hilton surrendered to the LA County Sheriff on Sunday night, just hours after appearing on the MTV Movie Awards. (I will hopefully have that clip up soon.)
Paris left the Movie Awards and headed to her parents’ house. Around 10:30 pm, she was then driven, with her mom, sister, and her lawyer, to Twin Towers jail in downtown LA, where she officially surrendered.
Apparently several paparazzi agencies had assumed Paris would turn herself in early and had been hanging out around Lynwood. The sheriff was concerned that having Paris surrender there would present a safety hazard, so they had her surrender at Twin Towers instead.
Paris was driven from Twin Towers to Lynwood, where she is currently serving her sentence.
Video of Paris leaving her parents’ house to go to Twin Towers is here via TMZ, who gets props for being the only agency who thought to stake out her rents’ house (or they followed her from the Movie Awards — either way, good play). I love how she leaves the house with the car windows down, so everyone can get a very good shot of her concerned face.
Paris is set to serve 23 days at Lynwood, although she will likely get out earlier than that.