A couple thoughts:
- Paris is probably going through a serious de-tox right now.
- Paris has probably heard "no" twice in her life and the judge's "no" is one of them.
- Paris is not being treated like everyone else. (Update: I retract this comment. MaxedOutMama has convinced me that the book, and a big heavy one at that, needed to be sent Ms. Hilton's way. She deserves it!)
Come on now. She is a danger to herself and others. The plea arrangement was a 3 year probation; that plea was to keep her out of jail. People would be excoriating this judge if she were not held in some way to that plea bargain and she or someone else were later killed or injured.
But inmates are near riot because they feel she's "getting away with murder" by pretending to be sick. According to The Sun, “Many of the girls have been locked down in their cells all day because they are so furious. The jail is full of screams about Paris."
This is not to say I have any warm fuzzies for Paris. I just think that justice should be status blind. The forty-five days seems excessive. And, she seems to be paying for her inability to even pretend at humility. Humilitation, though, seems to be in her repetoire and to day was about humiliation.
Update: Ace has decided to unsuppress his glee.