The L.A. County Sheriff's department now says Paris Hilton won't be treated any differently than other low-risk inmates when she turns herself in next month to begin a 45-day term. Sounds like she'll stay longer than the one day that Michele Rodriguez served last year on a 60-day sentence — remember, Sheriff Lee Baca claims he is keeping them longer now — but LASO spokesman Steve Whitmore says Hilton's stay will depend on "her criminal history, the nature of the offense and the population of the facility." She's still going for clemency from the governor.
Paris' reality: maybe 21 days
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