Paris gets 45 days

HiltonParis Hilton will get no work release, furloughs, cushy suburban jail or electronic monitoring and instead must spend a month and a half locked up at the Century Regional Detention Facility — hey, at least she gets to visit Lynwood once in her life. If Paris doesn't show up on June 5, TMZ says, her sentence for driving with a suspended license — multiple times — is doubled. The whole courtroom scene must have been pretty amusing, with Paris getting weepy and her mother lashing out, but the funniest part was Judge Michael T. Sauer calling flack Elliot Mintz's attempts to spin Paris's way out "completely worthless." Uh, Paris, if you are going to claim you didn't know your license was suspended, don't have the paperwork laying in your car. TMZ, TMZ, TMZ

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