Conrad Hilton finally sentenced to jail after violating parole multiple times


Conrad Hilton has issues. Major issues. I first covered Conrad, one of Paris Hilton’s younger brothers, back in February 2015. He had been arrested the previous year and the police report of the incident became public at that time. Basically, he was arrested for going absolutely bonkers on a plane, for being a drugged out mess and threatening the safety of other passengers. My argument at the time – and an argument that I still believe – is that if his name was Muhammed Hilton and he had darker skin, he would have been charged with a series of felonies and possibly terrorism charges. But since he’s a rich, entitled white douchebag and his mommy and daddy have great lawyers, Conrad basically got off with a slap on the wrist and probation.

It would have been easy enough for Conrad to have a come-to-Jesus moment after that arrest and keep his nose clean for the length of his probation. But of course he didn’t do that. Last summer, Conrad violated his parole by breaking into the home of his ex-girlfriend, the same ex-girlfriend who had a valid restraining order against him. Once again, Conrad got a slap on the wrist when (after violating probation multiple times) he got sent to rehab for 90 days in lieu of jail. He went into rehab in February I think. And when he got out, he just kept on violating his parole, because of course he did. So now he’s FINALLY going to jail.

Conrad Hilton has been sentenced to two months behind bars for violating his parole, PEOPLE has confirmed. Hilton, the 22-year-old brother of Paris Hilton, admitted in court Monday to using drugs – which is a violation of his parole – a spokesperson for the United States Attorney’s Office confirms to PEOPLE. Hilton admitted in court to using marijuana, synthetic cannabinoids and cocaine. A judge sentenced Hilton to two months in prison, and the hotel heir has until noon Wednesday to report to authorities.

A Los Angeles federal judge revoked the 22-year-old hotel heir’s probation and sentenced him to two months in prison on Monday after he failed a number of drug tests and was terminated from a substance abuse program, U.S. Assistant attorney Alexander Schwab confirms to ET.

“The U.S. Attorneys Office was satisfied with the sentencing — 2 months was the recommendation we made in court,” Schwab tells ET. “Conrad has 48 hours from noon this morning to report to jail. He has to report to the custody of the Bureau of Prisons. The U.S. Marshals Service will arrange exactly where he will report to for his time.”

A source tells ET, “Conrad Hilton was in tears when the sentencing was announced. His parents were in the courtroom as well.”

During the sentencing hearing, Hilton reportedly asked the judge if he could serve his time under house arrest at his grandfather’s Palm Springs, California home, stating that the family’s Los Angeles residence was a “bad environment” for the troubled heir.

[From People & ET]

Yet another example of how screwed up the legal system is – show me a black or brown person who was able to violate the terms of their parole so blatantly and so many different times and still be given multiple softball chances to stay out of jail. I think Conrad should have gone to jail in the first place on terrorism charges, but if they had to give him a sweetheart deal, then his ass definitely should have been thrown in jail the very first time he violated the terms of his parole. As for Conrad requesting house arrest in Palm Springs… are you f—king kidding me?

Oh, and Rick and Kathy Hilton didn’t issue a statement after Conrad’s sentencing, but an unnamed source told People: “Of course they’re disappointed. But the news wasn’t a surprise for anyone. Conrad has had a drug problem for years, since he was a teen, and it’s never gotten better.”


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  1. Darkladi says:


  2. TeamAwesome says:

    I think it is maybe more the privileged aspect of white privilege here. In my experience, a poor or even middle class white re- offender wouldn’t have gotten off this easily either. This is where expensive lawyers make a big difference.

    • Lisa says:

      This story reminds me of the “affluenza” case where a kid killed 4 people while drunk or high and his legal defense was “affluenza”. The kid’s parents had spoiled him so much that he never learned right from wrong. This was the actual defense and he was given probation, I believe. Eventually he was filmed drinking and drugging, the judge go ahold of it and a warrant for his arrest was filed. His own mother snuck him out of the country to get him out of serving time. Conrad Hilton and his parents have the same attitudes as the above loser and his mother IMO.

      • swak says:

        Yep, include with these two, the Stanford swimmer who received only 6 months jail time (will only serve three) for raping a woman who was unconscious). System is totally screwed up. This man-child is never going to learn. Two months is another slap on the wrist. Better believe he will be in a “spa” environment in prison – if he doesn’t flee the country. Hope they took his passport.

      • Dani says:

        God the Stanford swimmer. Let’s call him what he really is, the Stanford Rapist. He should be thrown in gen pop for the next 10 years to teach him a lesson. He and his entire family and group of friends are literally the scum of the earth.

      • Scal says:

        To be fair to the affleunza kid-if you read about his parents he was doomed from the start. The kid had no chance to learn right and wrong. The lawyer was basically trying to argue that his client’s family are insane without saying so directly.

        Which is why I’m amazed he got probation. Someone with no moral compass and zero support system should have spent some time in some serious therapy and rehab programming. The judge was way way way to lenient.

      • FingerBinger says:

        The system is working. These people are being tried and convicted despite their wealth. It’s the judges who are being lenient.

    • Heather says:

      Totally. It’s access to expensive lawyers. Most high profile people with this kind of access are white, but every now and then, a black man gets a team of hired sharks and gets away with some heinous shit.

    • Betsy says:

      This is what I think, too. Poor white kids get the harsh sentences, too. If you don’t have the money and a name (or an athletic talent, like rapist Brock Allen Turner), sucks to be you.

      • ClaireB says:

        Yes. Absolutely the system is racist and is much harsher on non-whites. It is also ridiculously easy on rich people as opposed to the poor, white or not.

    • ickythump says:

      Correct – a poor white kid woudnt have been treated like this. Its wealth privilege at its worst.

      • Karen Scharps says:

        Wait one minute. Rev. “AL” has owed millions in back taxes to IRS for years, still hasn’t paid, nor done time, and he’s a regular guest at the WH. Jessie Jackson’s son and his wife, who stole millions from constituents, served minimal time and were allowed to serve separate sentences for the sake of their children. Money talks, power talks and it doesn’t matter what color you are.

    • Mare says:

      Don’t make it about race, it’s about money.

  3. delorb says:

    BORING! Get to the sex tape!

  4. L84Tea says:

    I’m not just saying this to be anti-Hilton, but, good God he is unattractive…

    • RedOnTheHead says:

      L84Tea, it’s not just you. He is seriously unattractive. And he has a bad case of resting douche face. He also has a very punchable face. 3 strikes for him.

      • Sullivan says:

        I’d put a picture of his face on a dart board. Bullseye every time.

      • Almondjoy says:

        Resting douche face 😂😂😭😭 this perfectly explains his face now I’m scrolling back up to see it again 😂😂

      • Betsy says:

        I think Martin Shkreli still holds the belt for “World’s Most Punchable Face.”

      • saras says:

        “”Faces of Meth” ☆Celebrity edition☆

    • OrangeCrush says:

      He’s the perfect mix of his sisters (neither of whom I find attractive whatsoever), and he’s got that f*** off, don’t-you-know-who-I-am squint down pat. He also looks like the type of guy who would get irrationally, scarily angry at a girl if he hit on her at a bar and she turned him down.

      So… basically, he’ll serve a couple hours of his sentence and then get released because of “overcrowding”?

    • pinetree13 says:

      Also, kid, tie your tie properly! The tip should touch your belt buckle, you tied it way to short.

  5. toni says:

    Well that Standford rapist only got 6 months and will serve 3 at best. So this isn’t surprising.

    • Tiffany says:

      Those letters to the judge still makes my blood boil.

      And so does the judge. With all the proof and testimony that rapist did not get the maximum sentence.

      • toni says:

        I’m convinced his father after the “20 minutes of action” has raped or sexually assulted women too. There’s no way you talk like that without some awful things in their past.

      • ClaireB says:

        I read the letter the father wrote, and I think he chose his words poorly with the “20 minutes of action” part. He’s still a horrifying, privileged a**hole, but I honestly think he meant “the actions of 20 minutes.” Maybe his subconscious took over and told us what he really thought.

        I don’t know why I keep reading about that case. I did it again last night before bed, and I couldn’t calm down enough to go to sleep. The pity party about how the rapist can’t enjoy his steak anymore is the incoherent rage part for me. And the friend’s letter about how he’s not really a “rapist” rapist. See, I’m doing it again!

      • eileen says:

        I have been following the case coverage so closely its been detrimental for me so i can understand

      • Jess says:

        At least when future employers google his name, all the search results will be about how Brock Turner is a disgusting rapist. His reputation will rightfully, be tarnished forever.

        On a side note, this reddit thread with hundreds of comments calling Brock Turner a unrepentant rapist to make sure his search results will never forget is awesome:


      • NUTBALLS says:

        Even tho’ the judge got another term yesterday since he ran unopposed, there’s still a group of people working to get him recalled.

        In the meantime, Brock Turner’s name has been so sullied on the internet that any future employer that searches him online will be confronted with his criminal activity. With the way his outrageously light sentence has gone viral and been written about all over the world, he won’t ever escape his eternally damaged reputation. It’s the next best thing to throwing him in jail to rot for 15 years.

        I just hope he is barred from becoming a doctor, as he’d planned to go to medical school. No one who uses their power to violate an unconscious person should be allowed access to anyone’s body as a normal part of their profession.

      • NUTBALLS says:

        You can join the campaign to recall Judge Persky here:

      • qwerty says:

        The judge was an athlete at Stanford apparently. Wonder how much action he got in his time.

    • Trashaddict says:

      If any of you post on that Reddit thread, please include the judge and Brock’s idiot friend: ‘

  6. OSTONE says:

    I bet Rick and Kathy Hilton are proud, two of their offspring have gone to jail.

  7. QQ says:

    Good Riddance Rich F*ckboy, Prison is next I guess

  8. Pinky says:

    I’ll bet he’ll still be allowed to vote.


  9. kodakay says:

    He’s unfortunate-looking, isn’t he?

  10. Talie says:

    It seems like the only child they had who turned out semi-decent was Nicky. Other than that…

  11. Tash says:

    He got 2 months in jail and will serve 2 days, if that, because of “overcrowding.” :/

    • Easypeasy123 says:

      It says prison not jail. They’re different. It sounds like he had federal charges so it will be federal prison

      • Jwoolman says:

        That’s right- he was dumb enough to act up in a plane. Enjoy your two month stay, Conrad. I don’t think he will get anything shaved off the sentence at the federal level.

        That explains the subdued behavior of the parentals this time. They weren’t dealing with a local judge they could harass as was the case with Paris’s time in the county jail.

    • Pandy says:

      Yeah that’s what I’m thinking.

  12. melodycalder says:

    In LA won’t we be lucky if he is there for 24 hours due to over crowding? Maybe house arrest somewhere would have been better, at least it would have lasted 2 months

  13. Melody says:

    Does no one have any compassion for this guy? I mean, he has bravely lived with a merkin on his head for years! It would drive anyone to addiction.

  14. Tifygodess24 says:

    I really think the judicial system is in need of a major overhaul. Judges should no longer have the power they do, especially when there are no repercussions to the lousy ass decisions they make- see Stanford rapist, affluenza kid and so forth. Those judges were worried more about the criminal/perpetrator than the actual victims. Sick. I also see this as more of a wealth privilege than anything else. A poor white man would have had a similar sentence to a poor person of color. The same rules just don’t apply to someone with money or influence. They get lighter sentences, if any at all. They are also allowed to screw up more because “they have so much more to give”. Like the idea that prison would ruin the Stanford rapists life, that’s why he only got 6mths. The whole thing just makes me sick.

    • Almondjoy says:

      The story about the Stanford rapist made my blood boil.

      • Kelly says:

        The only consolation with that story is that due to the ridiculous sentencing and the ass-hattery of the father more people know his name and face than if he had an appropriate sentence. EVERYONE knows who he is now.

      • Tifygodess24 says:

        @almondjoy oh I know right?! Did you happen to read the statement a female friend wrote on his behalf? It was right in tune with his disgusting father. She claimed there are different types of rape and essentially he wasn’t guilty of the “bad kind” and He was only in trouble because the world is too PC. Mind blown, especially since it came from an actual woman!
        The more that comes out about this pathetic rapist and the people he surrounds himself with, the worse it becomes! I also read the actual statements the judge made about how he didn’t want to ruin this “kids” life with a long prison sentence. And I just can’t stop shaking my head!

      • holly hobby says:

        Stanford rapist’s friend should turn in her vagina. I just could not believe that letter. I hope she never has a daughter because she would sympathize with the criminal rapist.

      • eileen says:

        From what I understand the friend who wrote the character letter to the courts is feeling the heat-shes in a band and their bookings have been cancelled, etc, i wanted to projectile vomit after reading that asinine letter.

      • Almondjoy says:

        Sick sick sick. Who knew there was good and bad rape?? I have no words.

    • Sea Dragon says:

      I suspect the judge was bribed and/or threatened beforehand. It’s one of the only reasons (the other being he’s just plain evil) the kindergarden level punishment makes sense to me.

    • NUTBALLS says:

      We seriously need more women on the bench. Men can’t be trusted to hold a white athlete to the same standard as one with color in his skin.

      It angered me that they didn’t produce Brock’s mugshot until this week — a year and half after the arrest! The kept using the angelic looking photos that inspire disbelief that such a nice looking kid could do such a heinous thing to a woman. This chick summed the media’s irresponsibility well:

  15. Jwoolman says:

    At least his mother didn’t seem to repeat her atrocious behavior in the courtroom and outside it when Paris was sentenced to go back to jail for probation violation. Mama should have been charged with contempt of court. The Hiltons then proceeded to try to smear the judge.

    This might mean they’re more worried about Conrad’s drug problems than Paris’s. They might be glad he’s going to jail. Paris was dangerous behind the wheel of a car, but Conrad seems prone to violence. Will he get Paris’s old cell? Will he spend five minutes in jail, or serve the whole 2 months (hard to see him getting the normal half off for good behavior)?

    • Heather says:

      The Hiltons are parents of the year.

    • Fl girl says:

      He’s going to federal prison so, no time off for good behavior. However the federal prisons are country clubs compared to state / privately run prisons..

  16. H says:

    I have very little sympathy for him, even if he has a drug problem. He’s had the best of everything: education, home life, lawyers, and access to some of the most exclusive rehabs. Yet, he somehow thinks Mommy and Daddy can fix all his mistakes. Time to grow up, Conrad. Get help and take responsibility for your actions.

    • Jwoolman says:

      The richest girl in my brother’s high school class committed suicide before she graduated. Money doesn’t make you happy and it actually can get in the way for children especially.

      The Hilton kids always struck me as lost souls, Nicky is the only one who has managed to grow up and out without too much visible damage. Their parents didn’t pay a lot of attention to them except the mom was trying to live out her modeling dreams through Paris as a child. Paris kept getting bounced out of schools and ended up in a prep school known for its drugged up students. There seems to be good evidence that her parents then sent her to one of those abusive schools for troubled kids out West. Maybe she got into trouble with the law and the judge demanded it. She’s turned out remarkably well, considering. I suspect she has learning disabilities, in particular I think she has trouble reading.

      I imagine Conrad has a similar sad history. Really, their parents’ money doesn’t give them the options that people assume. They can buy higher quality drugs, but that’s about it. They’re broken inside and it’s hard to heal with or without a trust fund. Poor kids with good parents or even just one good parent have a much better chance. So even though we all have to grow up and take responsibility for our own actions – some people have a lot harder road to travel than others because they didn’t get what they needed growing up that would have made them strong and resilient.

      • Kelly says:

        I know he is an adult, but I put this on the parents. He’s 22 and had these problems for years. Tossing him into rehab AFTER the fact is ridiculous. Where do you think he got the money for all that as well as the entitled attitude?

        Rotten loser parents.

      • swak says:

        @Kelly, so when do we stop blaming the parents? He is 22 and time to put on his big boy pants and grow up.

      • Erinn says:

        swak – I’m with Kelly – and you really.
        The fact that he’s had problems since he was a teen is on the parents. The fact that he’s continued on this path is on him. But honestly – I can’t imagine just being like ‘meh’ if my teenager was doing enough drugs to be considered a ‘problem’ by the kind of shit parents that the Hilton’s are. He must have been waaaay into a mess way too young.

      • OrangeCrush says:

        I’ve heard that Nicky is just as bad as her more-public siblings – she’s just better at hiding it and not getting caught. This rich-princess wave she’s been riding since she got married and then pregnant is just “lipstick on a pig” (again, so I’ve heard and please don’t think I’m calling her a pig, it’s just a saying).

        Regardless of how much money parents have, it’s still their responsibility to teach their children right from wrong. You can have all the money in the world or be broke as hell, and if you never make your kids take responsibility for their actions, bail them out of trouble time after time and set a terrible example for them, you’re probably going to have awful kids. Once a child is an adult, however, they have the ability to make their own choices. I’ve known super rich kids who turned out awesome and are productive members of society who give back to their community. I’ve also known kids who grew up in disadvantaged households who grew up to be amazing, successful, kind people.

        I’ve never seen the Hiltons – any of them – being shining examples of anything *good,* that’s for sure.

    • AnnE says:

      @SWAK I would stop blaming the parents the moment they stop funding and enabling their adult son. They can support him without funding and can use a tough love approach in order to allow him to truly feel the consequences of his actions. This young man is a tragedy in the making, best case scenario he destroys himself but more likely he will destroy someone else, an innocent victim.

      • swak says:

        I get what you are saying and agree in part. But if you are going to blame the parents, then also blame the system for slapping him on the wrist because the system is not being tough on him either.

      • AnnE says:

        @swak I hear you and yes the system is culpable, to a small degree for not coming down firmer sooner. However, IMO the biggest problem is the missing personal responsibility that seems prevelent in this case and throughout society. If by age 22 and after being confronted multiple times with red flags (arrests, rehab, dysfunctional relationships etc) that your conduct/lifestyle/ choices aren’t productive then I would say that there is a disconnect with reality. Who’s fault is that, of course his own and he should recognise this and take serious advantage of the opportunities that this judge/court has offered him. Equally important, his parents who have failed to provide him with the tools and ability to be a healthy and successful human being. They have never provided him with consequences or even an awareness that his behaviour is wrong. He like the rest of them have been told they are special, the chosen ones, societal rules do not apply to them. I recognize that judges and courts favour wealthy, connected defendants but I am not going to come down too hard on their attempting to give a hand up to someone who appears to be a long term hard core addict who has never had any structure or incentive to get better and be better. US prisons are over crowded with people who’s main crime is being an addict, their crimes are nothing more than trying to feed their addictions. Perhaps if when addicts entered the justice system to begin with more judges recognized this and provided more opportunies to get clean. Sadly those who cannot afford good legal representation are railroaded into the for profit jail system. In this case if the judge truly cared about this young man he would order him to not associate with his family! But I definitely hear what you are saying, this case, like the affluenza murderer and other high profile wealthy priviledged connected young criminals cases, giving them opportunities to be contrite and be better more productive going forward, was the wrong decision once you realize that the problem originates with parents who not only did not instill any kind of values or humbleness into their child but do not possess those characteristics either. Their crimes were not as a result of their intoxication/addiction but due to their poor characters.

  17. Guest says:

    Well I hope he does stay full term to humble him and he can get some help.
    I’m not going to act like he is evil or the worst person in the world. I just hope he gets help and learns…if not then that’s him.

    • swak says:

      Is he really going to learn anything from this. He’ll be in minimum security and not in the general population. Sure he will be treated better than most prisoners.

  18. meme says:

    I hope he has mandatory drug testing while he’s in “prison.” He was in tears….no sympathy here for the spoiled brat.

  19. OriginallyBlue says:

    He is a rough looking 22.

  20. Lucy says:

    And to think I’m the same age as him…idiot.

  21. herladyship says:

    I went to TMZ when I first heard this yesterday, and they haven’t reported on it. All of the other sites are. Maybe they’re hoping to get the scoop on Nicky’s baby..

  22. lucy2 says:

    It’s amazing to me he had no repercussions from what he did on the plane. But I fully agree, violate parole and to the slammer you go. Parole is your second chance, you blow it, you pay the price.
    Congrats, Hilton parents. 50% of your children will have been in jail.

    • hogtowngooner says:

      But they’re still better than us, because money.

    • kanyekardashian says:

      Probation, not parole. Two different things.

      • Juls says:

        Thank you. Can we please stop using Probation and Parole interchangeably? They are totally different with different rules and different procedures for revocation.

  23. prissa says:

    Is it the norm to allow a person to turn themselves in? I thought you go directly to jail after sentencing. Or is this another case of white and /or wealth privilege?

    I’m assuming only his lawyers appeared in court and that’s why he was given the 48 hours to turn himself in, but is that the norm for everyone?

    • lucy2 says:

      No expert, but I think it depends. If it’s a violent or major crime, probably not, but I think lesser or non-violent convictions usually have a date by which the person needs to report to jail by.

    • swak says:

      Theresa G had what, about 3 months before she had to turn herself in? And her husband got to wait until after she was released and then still had a month or two to turn himself in.

  24. JenniferJustice says:

    This isn’t about race or color, it’s about money. Rich black people get off all the time just like rich people, but there aren’t as many rich black people so it seems like only rich white get the wrist slaps.

    They need to be clear that this douchebag is only going to jail – not prison. Big difference. His two months in CA will amount to about 3 or 4 days just like Lilo.

    Last, can’t wait for marijuana to become legal across the board so f_ckwads like this can’t use it as an excuse for their narcissistic, psycho behavior. Coke – sure, but pot – now way!

    • kerfuffles says:

      These were federal charges and he is going to federal prison. He will serve the full two months. Federal prison does not do early parole like city, county and state prisons and jails often do.. A prisoner can get a small fraction of his sentence reduced for good behavior, but it is a *small* fraction and can amount to only days out of a multi-year sentence.

      For two months, he could *maybe* get a day reduction for good behavior but even that is unlikely. So he will be serving two months and it will be in prison.

      The feds don’t mess around. When someone is sentenced to a multi-year federal sentence, they are going to do almost all of that time. It is very different than state sentencing, where prisoner can be eligible for parol after just serving a fraction of their sentence.

      • Juls says:

        Correct. It’s actually 85% of the sentence that must be served before eligible for release in the federal system. Some state systems are as low as 30 %. And depending on the crime or amount of time to serve, it can be served in the county jail as opposed to prison, as well as a slew of other factors, like $ or overcrowding.

  25. ItDoesntReallyMatter says:

    It has been interesting to see the difference between the Hilton kids and the Trump kids. Both come from filthy rich backgrounds, yet Trump’s children so far have turned out so well. In fact, a few seem quite outstanding.

    Parenting is a big part of it and I think the Trump kids must have had decent moms raising them. They all claim their Dad was a good influence too.

    The Hilton patents spoiled their kids rotten…

    I know Trump gets a lot of hate, but he apparently married well each time and has a great supportive family.

    • holly hobby says:

      I’m not a Trump fan and I have been really annoyed with him during this election. However, he and his wives do turn out decent productive kids. Don and Ivanka were interviewed by People a few years ago and they straight out said they had to earn what they wanted. Mom and Dad did not just hand it to them. They were raised with chores and allowances. Obviously they didn’t have unlimited access to the family money too.

      Not sure how the littlest Trumpette is faring since his current wife admitted he lives on a floor by himself. He may be a different story.

    • kanyekardashian says:

      The Trump kids want to stay in the will, so of course they’re going to fly straight and do what Daddy wants them to do. None of them would be anywhere without Daddy giving them jobs.

  26. HoustonGrl says:

    Very scary that our legal system continued to protect him instead of his ex girlfriend.

  27. LisaH says:

    If they want him to get better, they have to stop enabling him.

  28. holly hobby says:

    Boy those drugs did him no favors because he looks like he’s in late 30’s in these pics. I’m not surprised he turned out the way he did. Mommy and Daddy should have watched him like a hawk when he was growing up instead of chasing fame (Kathy’s many reality tv shows).

    What a loser.

  29. Lisatorner says:

    Let’s not forget he violated his parole by breaking a restraining order his ex had taken out against him.. this ex was the daughter of Rick Solomon who made the sex tape with Paris and released it, supposedly without her knowledge or consent and ‘ruining her life’ (catapulting her to superstardom)
    Tangled web, tangled web..

  30. ladysussex says:

    This is the best news I’ve heard all day! Hope he doesn’t pull a Paris in jail and get let out like she did.

  31. kanyekardashian says:

    Don’t be too excited. It’s LA, after all. He’ll serve 90 minutes and be out in no time.

  32. Bread and Circuses says:

    Part of me wants to deride this kid as the spoiled brat he is, but…

    …eh, 22 years old.

    He looks older than that, but he’s not. 22 is still young enough to be a flailing fuck-up without that meaning you’ll always be a flailing fuck-up.

    I hope he can get it together. Money doesn’t give you a pass from biology, and the road out of addiction is not an easy one.

  33. Nik says:

    Addiction runs rampant in this whole family. No one will be healthy and proper in that environment no matter how much money they have. Paris and her issues. Aunts and their issues. I pity them. Time to get sober and do a program.

  34. ltica says:

    yes he is unfortunate looking! good gracious! but i believe he should have gotten a harsher sentence, but he is white and has plenty of money thank god he at least got 2 mths. Ahole, better than though ish head