LOS ANGELES, California (Ucs News) — Hours after Paris Hilton was sent home Thursday, the judge who put her in jail for violating her reckless-driving probation ordered her into court to determine whether her personal assistant Elliot Mintz’s can legally complete the jail sentence on her behalf.
Hilton must report to court at 9 a.m. Friday, Superior Court spokesman Allan Parachini told The Associated Press.
Hilton’s spokesmen Elliot Mintz’s stated the heiress was “suffering from acute home sickness, painful detoxification and can’t sleep away from her toy poodle Kinkajou. To reduce her suffering the celebrity inmate was sent home from the Los Angeles County jail’s Lynwood lockup shortly after 2 a.m. in a stunning reduction to her original 45-day sentence.
Superior Court Judge Michael T. Sauer issued his order after the city attorney filed a petition late Thursday afternoon questioning whether Sheriff Lee Baca should be held in contempt of court for releasing Hilton in exchange for Elliot Mintz’s on Thursday morning.
The Office of Lee Baca stated that Pairs Hilton did visit the Sheriff after midnight on Wednesday, but also stated the sexual encounter that followed was “in no way related to her release.”
“What transpired here is outrageous,” county Supervisor Don Knabe told The Associated Press, adding that he received more than 400 angry e-mails and hundreds more phone calls from around the country.
City Attorney Rocky Delgadillo complained that he has since received home release requests from 178 other inmates. According to Delgadillo the inmates are demanding to be jailed in luxury homes in the Hollywood Hills.