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This sounds like something straight out of The Onion.

Paris Hilton is, "hanging in there." but she declared, "I feel as if I'm a different person. I've dropped my appeal. I don't want to cause any more problems."

When asked what happened in the jail that led to her being released or reassigned to her home. She said she had not been wailing, sobbing or screaming as had been described.

"But," she said, "I was not eating or sleeping. I was severely depressed and felt as if I was in a cage. I was not myself. It was a horrible experience."

"I'm not the same person I was," she said. "I used to act dumb. It was an act. I am 26 years old, and that act is no longer cute. It is not who I am, nor do I want to be that person for the young girls who looked up to me. I know now that I can make a difference, that I have the power to do that. I have been thinking that I want to do different things when I am out of here. I have become much more spiritual. God has given me this new chance."

She says she would like to help in the fields of breast cancer her grandmother had breast cancer or multiple sclerosis. Her father's mother suffers from that disease.

She thought she might get toy companies to build a kind of Paris Hilton playhouse, where sick children might come, and the toy companies could donate toys.

She has had a person whom she described as a spiritual adviser who said, "My spirit or soul did not like the way I was being seen and that is why I was sent to jail."

"God," she said, "has released me."

She is reading newspapers The LA Times and the Wall Street Journal and books like "The Secret," "The Power of Now" and the Bible.

When she is not in her room, she can play ping pong.

She said the other women had all been friendly and the guards had been fair.

She wears the prescribed prison garb: an orange or brown jumpsuit.

She is not allowed makeup. She said that her skin was very dry and that she was not allowed cream.

"It doesn't matter," she said, "I'm not that superficial girl. I haven't looked in the mirror since I got here."

She said, "I feel that the purpose of my life is to be where I am. However, usually with a situation like mine, the person serves 10 percent of their time. I have already served 30 percent of my time. I hope if there is overcrowding in the jail, I would be let out before someone with a much more serious crime."


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Stop looking at the monkey in the cage, you're only instigating.

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I have been thinking that I want to do different things when I am out of here. I have become much more spiritual. God has given me this new chance."

I hate these kind of statements. It was law enforcement that gave you stupid ass a "2nd chance"

And it's not like she'd be servings years in prison...it's like a month and a half. Stupid bitch.

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