Bonnie Says: Lindsay Lohan & Paris Hilton: You're Finally Paying The Consequences Of Flaunting The Law!

Tue, September 21, 2010 7:32pm EST by 9 Comments (2) (2)

Yes girlfriends, after years of getting away with misbehavior, both Lindsay Lohan and Paris Hilton are finally having their celebrity lifestyles curtailed — Linds is going back to the slammer and Paris has been kicked out of Japan.

Lindsay Lohan, 24, who hasn’t taken her run-ins with the law seriously up until now, according to one of her close associates, is finally squirming. “She’s scared out of her mind about going to jail,” the Lindsay insider told us. “She says she has regrets this time about doing drugs while on probation.”

She should be finally terrified. Apparently, when she appears in an LA court on Fri., Sept. 25, before Judge Elden Fox, she won’t just have her probation revoked, she could be thrown in jail to await another hearing when her violation will be heard. That could take as long as 30 days! In other words, she could sit in jail for 30 days just waiting to find out what her NEW sentence could be AND that sentence could be ANOTHER 30 days or more.

Lindsay — you’re going to jail and this time, it’s not just for 13 days.

You could also be re-sentenced to MORE rehab by Judge Fox, presumably at a place that takes a more serious view of treating you than the UCLA Neuropsychiatric Hospital did!

And I know from our insider that you didn’t take your recent rehab experience any more seriously than the previous three times, but you may be forced to go to a more hardcore facility now — if you happen to be re-sentenced to rehab as well. This time, no judge will let you out early.

Now let’s turn to Paris Hilton, 29. After charming a Las Vegas judge and striking a plea deal for possession of cocaine, she isn’t just going her merry way.

First of all, Paris finally had to admit in open court that she committed a crime. “I was in possession (of) cocaine,” she told the court. “I said that the purse wasn’t mine to the officer, your honor.” Secondly, if she violates her new conditions of parole, she’s automatically headed to the slammer for 12 months!

Third, Paris has just been thrown out of Japan after authorities stopped her from entering the country to promote her handbag and watch collections and her new fragrance, Tease.

Paris may have arrived by private plane but she was unluxuriously and unceremoniously detained by Japanese immigration officials — for six hours of questioning about her recent drug arrest in Las Vegas. And now she’s been turned away from the country altogether!

It must have been a much more inconvenient and disturbing situation than when she was actually arrested on the cocaine possession charges in Las Vegas on Friday, Aug. 27. That night she thought so little of her arrest that she went home within the hour and tweeted on Sept. 1, “These rumors going around are so ridiculous, untrue and cruel,” Hilton wrote. “I’m not going to even pay attention to them, because I know the truth.”

So see BFFs, it may take time and multiple infractions, but even celebs like Lindsay and Paris eventually pay the piper.

Does that make you feel better that they don’t eternally get special treatment?

–Bonnie Fuller


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Hosni Mubarak

Posted at 4:34 PM on March 5, 2011  

I wud definately spend one night in Paris… all nite long me and Paris doing the jiggy dance, me grabbing her by her bountiful bosom and soft silky ass and swinging her by the power of my mighty dïck in her sweet püssy. And to all the people of Egypt: F|_|CK YOU!!! I will NEVER leave this land!!! Just like I will NEVER EVER leave Paris’ honeyed pü$$y!!!

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Posted at 10:34 AM on October 10, 2010  

Bonnie, one doesn’t “flaunt” the law, one “flouts” it.

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Posted at 9:04 PM on September 23, 2010  

Two bums !!!

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gee castleton

Posted at 3:52 PM on September 22, 2010  

Why should Lindsay stop doing drugs.The law is a joke..and she knows this.The media industry is also responsible for her behavior…..the more trouble she gets into ,the more contracts she gets….why should she stop?

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Posted at 7:47 PM on September 22, 2010  

i agree with you except, she’s not getting more contracts, i don’t think…

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Posted at 2:09 PM on September 22, 2010  

I’m waiting with baded breath for Lindsay to begin her 30 days or more. I’m sick of seeing her howdy doody face in every website i’m in!

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Posted at 7:45 PM on September 22, 2010  


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Jenn H

Posted at 1:11 PM on September 22, 2010  

Can’t believe it! This girl seems to NOT fully understand that she’s getting more chances than us regular folks. Maybe this time around, her fame has burned out and she’ll have to get a real job. Perhaps becoming a court reporter is appropriate since she has plenty of experience in the justice system.

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Posted at 7:53 PM on September 21, 2010  

If Lindsay’s probation violation hearing is delayed for an unbelievable 30 days then whatever time she gets at the hearing will be time served or she will get booked and be released.
As for the inpatient rehab then if she is forced to go again why would she take it seriously when she has ZERO chance of an early release

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