Hilton back to jail, screaming


Summary

Superior Court Judge Michael Sauer ordered her back to prison to serve out her 45-day sentence imposed for driving on a suspended license.

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Hilton, who had spent little more than 72 hours behind bars, screamed “It's not right!", and called out to her mother, who was also in court.

The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, citing unspecified "medical reasons," released Hilton under house arrest on Thursday with an electronic monitoring bracelet on her ankle.

But her release stunned prosecutors, who quickly filed a motion seeking to haul Hilton back behind bars to complete her sentence.

"This decision sends the message that no individual — no matter how wealthy or powerful — is above the law. Today justice was served," City Attorney Rocky Delgadillo said in a statement after the decision.

Hilton's stunned parents were watching the proceedings, and her mother, Kathy, began crying and hugging her husband, Rick, wailing, "Oh my God!" as the judge made his ruling.

Hilton will stay for a few days at a treatment centre at Twin Towers jail in LA for medical and psychiatric examination to determine which jail she will be sent to, sheriff spokesman Steve Whitmore said.

LA county sheriff Lee Baca defended his earlier decision to release Hilton on medical grounds, saying "this lady has some severe problems".

She had been held at the Century Regional Detention Centre in Lynwood, California, in a special unit for celebrities, public officials, police officers and other high-profile inmates, and has so far served five days of her sentence.

No details of the medical problem have been given for "privacy reasons".


Superior Court Judge Michael Sauer ordered her back to prison to serve out her 45-day sentence imposed for driving on a suspended license.

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Hilton, who had spent little more than 72 hours behind bars, screamed “It's not right!", and called out to her mother, who was also in court.

The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, citing unspecified "medical reasons," released Hilton under house arrest on Thursday with an electronic monitoring bracelet on her ankle.

But her release stunned prosecutors, who quickly filed a motion seeking to haul Hilton back behind bars to complete her sentence.

"This decision sends the message that no individual — no matter how wealthy or powerful — is above the law. Today justice was served," City Attorney Rocky Delgadillo said in a statement after the decision.

Hilton's stunned parents were watching the proceedings, and her mother, Kathy, began crying and hugging her husband, Rick, wailing, "Oh my God!" as the judge made his ruling.

Hilton will stay for a few days at a treatment centre at Twin Towers jail in LA for medical and psychiatric examination to determine which jail she will be sent to, sheriff spokesman Steve Whitmore said.

LA county sheriff Lee Baca defended his earlier decision to release Hilton on medical grounds, saying "this lady has some severe problems".

She had been held at the Century Regional Detention Centre in Lynwood, California, in a special unit for celebrities, public officials, police officers and other high-profile inmates, and has so far served five days of her sentence.

No details of the medical problem have been given for "privacy reasons".