They posed for photographers, made a splash in the ocean and seemed completely carefree. It's as if Paris has already forgotten about the whole cocaine scandal. But than again, when you're a Hilton, you don't have much to worry about.
Paris probably seemed carefree because she's reportedly been getting special treatment since her arrest. And it started from the second she was booked.
She was allowed to leave the Clark County Detention Center after just three hours, which is roughly half the average time it takes to process those faced with the same charge. Officials claimed having her there was causing "chaos" among the other inmates.
Jim Dixon, Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Deputy Chief, said: “Yeah, she was treated differently so I don’t have a disruption of my process here at the county jail. When you bring in somebody like that, everybody comes over and tries to look at them. I’d have officers attempting to keep inmates away from her. I’d have disruptions.”
After her Hawaiian getaway, she'll most likely spend the next few weeks going on shopping sprees and getting luxury massages, because October 27 is going to be a shitty day. She's se to appear before Las Vegas Justice of the Peace Joe Bonaventure.
Technically she could face up to 4 years in prison after 0.8 gram of cocaine was found in her purse, but knowing Paris she'll get off with a fine and a spanking on the hand.