Paris Hilton Boyfriend Cy Waits Fired From Job At Wynn


Sep. 1 2010, Published 3:15 p.m. ET

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The news keeps getting worse for Paris Hilton’s boyfriend, Cy Waits. has learned Cy has been fired from his promotion job at the Wynn hotel following his DUI arrest on Friday night.

“Cy Waits has been separated from the company and is free to pursue other interests,” the Wynn Resort said in a statement. 

His arrest on Friday night occurred after a police officer noticed a “strong odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle,” and pulled his Escalade over.  Paris was a passenger in the car and was arrested for possession of a controlled substance after a police officer reported “I saw a small bindle of what I believed to be cocaine in a clear baggy begin to fall from her purse and into my hand.” 

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Paris was released by the Las Vegas police after a few hours on her own recognizance but her legal troubles are larger than Paris initially thought. exclusively learned that the District Attorney David Roger is highly unlikely to offer the heiress a plea bargain deal.

“Roger won't tolerate celebrities coming to Las Vegas and thinking they can get away with illegal behavior,” a source close to the case told

Celebrity Justice

“It's going to be extremely difficult for Paris to get out of these charges, even with the brilliant legal skills of her lawyer, David Chesnoff.”

We guess Cy is going to be waiting in the unemployment line now.

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