Paris Hilton has recently been figured on every tabloid and every internet web site devoted to who’s who in Hollywood. What drew the media’s attention to Paris Hilton was that she had a trial and then was found guilty for driving under the influence and then driving with a suspended license.
Paris Hilton during all her problems with the justice displayed an arrogant attitude telling the judge who tried her that she did not have time to read the notice that told her that her driver’s license was suspended. Judge Sauer who heard the case did not buy into any of what Paris Hilton was serving him. In fact, by sentencing the rich heiress to a jail sentence, he emphasized that no one is above the law, no matter how rich and famous.
Paris Hilton’s attitude in court and in life in general is often perceived as arrogant and contempt. It is easy to realize where she got the attitude from in the first place. Often, her parents have popped into a Hotel without announcing themselves and then demanded red carpet service, disregarding anyone and everyone present. Paris Hilton’s parents are also known to have displayed arrogance and showing no respect or gratitude to the lower people who served them.
Paris Hilton has been raised by her parents telling her she is the most important person in the world. Her attitude and way of living reflects her profound disregard for other human beings and her life is devoted to her own pleasures. Will living in such a shallow way prove to be a valuable life or will we witness a Paris Hilton who changes her way of life in the future? Time will tell.
The question arises now: “will a jail sentence change and improve Paris Hilton’s behavior?”