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Thursday, June 07, 2007

Distressed Paris sobs all night in jail!

Distressed Paris sobs all night in jail!She’s been in jail for three days, and Paris Hilton is already crying her eyes out.


The Hilton hotel heiress was sentenced to spend 23 days behind bars after cops caught her driving on a suspended licence.


A source reveals to People magazine that the heiress is not having an easy time settling down in jail, where she is spending 23 hours a day in solitary confinement in a 12x8 feet cell with a bunk bed, a toilet and wash basin.


"She cries all day. She looks unwashed, she has no makeup and her hair is tangled. She cried audibly through the first two nights," the source said.


In fact, Paris is reportedly so distressed that her shrink Dr. Charles Sophy, who has been treating the hotel heiress for the past eight months, paid her a visit to check up on her.

Dr Sophy, who last month testified before a judge that Paris was too "emotionally distraught and traumatized" to participate in a 10 million dollar slander and libel lawsuit brought against her, stayed with the her for about two hours.

What has Paris apparently disturbed is the fact that she hasn't been able to sleep as her cell is 'freezing cold', and has not been eating properly because she has lost her appetite.

She has three little blankets and no pillow. She's using one of the blankets as a pillow. The room is bright and jail noise echoes through her space.

And while there are some inmates who have been telling Paris that she doesn't deserve to be behind bars for her offence, there are others who have had less sympathy, according to the Sun.

"The spoiled brat isn't handling it well at all. For her first two nights Paris has been crying like a baby. Everyone can hear her wailing through the walls. Her neighbours - the murderers - had a long conversation with her to try and shut her up," a source told the British paper.

"They told her she's not going to be there for that long and to deal with it. Paris looks nothing like the Barbie doll you see on TV. She looks like she hasn't has a wash since she's been in there and her hair is all tangled up. But everyone is treating her like some princess."

"When she came in she was given brand new jail issue clothing - not the old washed stuff everyone else gets."

"She's getting extra blankets, extra coffee and food from the cafeteria. And the screws are even calling her Ms Hilton instead of her last name. It's not on," the source added.

However, pals of the heiress, as well as her attorney Richard A. Hutton, insist that they are worried about her.

"It's hell in there - we're all worried about her," a pal said.

"Because of who she is, they had no choice – and believe me, we are more interested in her safety more than anything else – but they had no choice but to place her in administrative segregation," Hutton had earlier said.

"The one hour of the day she's out, she is allowed to ... take a shower or talk on the phone. But she's in isolation for 23 of the 24 hours of the day," he added.

"And ask yourself, for what? For driving on a suspended license as a probation violation. This is unjust, unfair, and she really is, unfortunately, a victim of a system that we pride so much on being fair. But for Paris Hilton it is not. Finally, my client's reaction to this has been fantastic. I'm very, very proud of her," Hutton said.