Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Screambug, Jun 26, 2007.
Run for your lives.
Ok now the poll will begin anew. How long before she breaks the law again. I give it less than a month.
The worst part of Ms. Moneybags going to jail is that the press takes it so seriously. Violating parole=23 days in jail? The judge certainly wasn't taking things seriously. She's late night monologue material, not headline news. I think many on this forum will agree that the imminent release of the TF movie is infinitely more newsworthy than a talentless heiress going home after getting slapped on the wrist.
Just my two pennies,
-= CS =-
I actually think she looks decent without her makeups.
He certainly was, actually. The 23 days of jail is part of a standard precedent set by the legal system - it's a "natural function," so to speak, of the way the jails work in that state.
However, Delgadillo was very definitely taking things seriously. If you go back and re-read some of the articles on how he treated her original placement in house arrest, you'll note that he was very severe about having someone try and go over his head on matters of jail time.
Yeah, she was given the standard punishment that the law in that state provides. So, the judge was, in fact, taking things seriously.
I'm not sure what the issue with Delgadillo was though. Perhaps a matter of ego? Or perhaps to 'teach a lesson' to 'celebrity types'? Or, perhaps it was just as you said that he didn't like the fact that the Sherif went over his head (though based on the article he had very little place to talk).
As for the Sherif, I'm still pretty sure that I don't agree with what he did. She was found guilty and sentenced by a judge. I doubt that clostrophobia is a significant 'medical condition' to put her on house arrest for. Makes you think things IMPO.
That's the miracle of plastic surgery.
Regardless of his motives, I'm glad Delgadillo pulled rank and had Paris serve her time.
Damn. That was too short.
Agreed. She was sentenced so she should serve the time alloted.
who cares if she's out?
i could care less.
Where are those mad snipers when you want them??
JOKING - JOKING!!! (or am I?)
Sad that people were cheering as she emerged - Such an achievement on her part wasn't it?
Well, let's hope she gets her act together.
If that's the max. jail time then I can see why some people choose to violate parole at will.
I'm hoping the fellow who cried out during the announcement of the sentencing (he and the clip appeared on Jimmy Kimmel) takes another shot at Ms. Moneybags. THAT GUY had the right idea about this whole non-news story...the mainstream press on the other hand need to start re-evaluating their priorities.
-= CS =-
She gives a good hummer.
is she going into your soup?
I actually think she looks like this dude who used to work here.
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