CON TO CON Fleiss, Hilton
Radar might have broken ground in '03 by putting the then-relatively unknown Paris Hilton on its cover, but we couldn't have predicted that she'd end up in jail, where a judge ordered her to go for 45 days starting June 5 for driving on a suspended license on top of a DUI. Leave it to the unwitting trailblazer to push new fame to an even lower level.
"Her cell would be spartan: 12-by-8 feet with a toilet, sink and a window 6 inches wide, said Capt. Alice Scott, who oversees the 2,200-inmate facility she describes as 'a very nice place,'" AP reports. "I'm very sorry, and from now on I'm going to pay complete attention to everything. I'm sorry, and I did not do it on purpose at all," Hilton told the judge.
Then, Friday night, TMZ cooked up a fresh hit of meth and went to town describing everything from mom Kathy Hilton's reactions ("This is pathetic!") to the amenities at the Century Regional Detention Facility, where Hilton is ordered to stay. She'll choose from blue, brown, white, or orange jumpsuits and get only an hour a day to shower and talk on the phone. Sadly, no BlackBerrys are allowed.
What's not clear is how the heiress will get along with 2,200 other women in the Compton-area clink. To help her along, Radar turned once again to its favorite correspondent on sex, prison, and prison-sex issues, former Hollywood Madam-turned-laundromat baroness, Heidi Fleiss. Her advice for Paris after the jump ...