Paris Hilton isn't quite as upbeat as the first day while she kills time in the slammer, but she's trying to be a trooper. TMZ reports that
Paris has been crying on the phone, saying she's not sleeping or eating. Paris says her cell is "freezing cold." 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.
But some of the fellow inmates have taken a liking to her, one of them sliding an origami butterfly made from a magazine under her door. Wow, the people of Century Regional Detention Facility are quite talented. Still, Paris has lost her appetite and is having trouble talking on the phone, as all calls are recorded.
Paris had her second visitor, though, according to People. "Dr. Charles Sophy, the Beverly Hills therapist who has been treating her for the past eight months, entered the jail with Hilton's lawyer Tuesday and stayed for about two hours. Both left without commenting."
But Paris should be careful these days. The Drudge Report says there's a staph infection going around the jail. Although, since she's away from the general population, they say she should be okay.
What others are saying:
Perez Hilton: "Pretty soon we will find out when Paris takes a poo..."
Pretty on the Outside: provides an artist's rendering of Paris' mugshot, titled "P is for Paris punished in prison"
Pink is the New Blog: "We're told she's not happy, but resigned to getting it done."
In Touch: Kelly Thomas, who was released from Century Regional Detention Facility yesterday, tells In Touch that some inmates aren't too happy with the heiress, "She has got a cell to herself and a lot of the inmates are upset because the place is overcrowded. People are sleeping on the floor, and she will have two beds to herself."
Fatback and Collards: "She’s in jail for breaking the law and that’s kinda cool symmetry. Oh, she gets her own cell, she got to come in early and gets to watch tv and all, but she’s still in prison and that’s sublime."
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