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Paris Hilton: The cocaine found near my Zig Zag wrappers was gum: what?


In the case (#10F16589X) of The State of Nevada, Plaintiff versus Paris Whitney Hilton #2756392, Defendant, Hilton committed the crime of possession of controlled substance (Felony – NRS 453.36).

Hilton may have been in the clear if it were not for the old lip balm in the purse foiling the day.  According to the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Arrest Report, Lieutenant D. Flynn states the following

Hilton said she needed to put some lip balm on, and I handed her the purse from the table.  As she began to open it, I saw a small bindle of what I believed to be cocaine in a clear baggy begin to fall from the purse into my hand.  I then immediately took the purse and dropped the bindle back on the top (waiting for another officer to witness the recovery).

Wow!  I was with them up until the point of the small bindle falling into the hands of the officer.  That definitely read like a  Hollywood spoof script.  However that is up to the jury (if there will be a jury) to decide.

The saga continues when Officer R. Reyes (female officer) arrives, along with Sergeant J. Oaks …

I then reopened the purse and removed the suspected bindle of cocaine.  I then read Hilton her Miranda rights … After I read Hilton her Miranda rights, she told me the purse was not hers, and that she had borrowed it from a friend.

I asked Hilton whose cocaine it was, and she said she had not seen it but now thought it was gum.

Uhm … Paris … now you did not believe that one yourself.  When did gum come in a powdered form that needed to be stored in a bindle?  And when did you have to start borrowing purses?

Hilton admitted that Zig Zag wrappers found in the purse, that did not belong to her, were hers.  Zig Zag wrappers are sometimes used as wrappings to smoke marijuana.

The bindle was tested and came back positive for cocaine.  The powder weighed .8 grams.

I’m pretty sure Hilton’s attorney will be working around the clock to find loop holes in this case.

A spokesman for the Clark County District Attorney’s Office tells E! News …

Hilton’s count carries a minimum term of one year and a maximum term of four years, along with a $5,000 fine. However, the spokesman adds, “the court could sentence her to a term of probation, rather than prison time.”

Hilton has not commented on the arrest aside from a tweet thanking fans for their support. Her lawyer, David Chesnoff, previously cautioned people “not to rush to judgment.”


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