February 12. 2008
Barron Hilton (right) Paris Hilton (left)…no wait, Barron Hilton (left) Paris Hilton (right)…Paris is looking a little androgynous there.
Paris Hilton’s 18-year-old brother Barron was arrested for a hit and run DUI, where his blood alcohol level was almost two times the legal limit (.14).
He hit a gas station attendant in Malibu and kept going. To make matters worse, he is under twenty-one and not supposed to be drinking and was also caught with a fake ID.
Last year, Paris Hilton was charged, arrested and incarcerated for DUI and repeatedly driving without a valid license.
Boy, that’s a family of winners. Actually, that’s a family of wieners.
Barron Hilton’s mug shot
There’s something wrong in that family, producing this severe level of dysfunction. Well, to be fair, having Paris Hilton for a sister would drive anyone to drinking. Just kidding.
Seriously, that family needs help before it completely self-destructs. Paris (daughter) doing pornographic videos and DUIs, Barron (brother) under age drunk driving and hitting a civilian who’s on foot, Nicky (sister) looking like she is literally dying from anorexia nervosa and Kathy (mother) going clubbing with her adult daughters, whilst wearing a see through blouse. Something’s not right there.
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Has a generation of young Hollywood stars ever been more messed up than the current lot. The two Coreys (Haim and Feldman) on their worst day never got into this much trouble or disgraced the industry so.
Did actress Molly Ringwald, Lindsay Lohan‘s predecessor, run amok like this? no!
Lindsay Lohan reportedly flunked a drug test in rehab and was caught having sex in a bathroom in the facility:
Did Debbie Gibson, Britney Spears’ predecessor mess up in such catastrophic proportions? no.
Did Heidi Fleiss, Paris’ predecessor, mess up like this (LOL…and they both went to jail)
Paris Hilton was released from jail on Monday night, after spending 23 days in prison, on a probation violation, stemming from a drunk driving arrest. Hey, they had to let her go – all good things must come to an end.
Kudos again to Judge Sauer for following the law and showing the world the justice system can treat all equally under the law, when a decent judge is presiding.
Her mother crying like she hasn’t seen her in 23 years instead of 23 days (with visitation):
I think the jail system should get some credit too, for making her incarceration safe. They went above and beyond the call of duty.
To Sheriff Baca, who let her out earlier and caused the international ruckus, before she was thrown back in jail: you can go kick rocks!
What were you thinking, Baca. My bad, scientologists don’t think. They’ve had their brains sucked out by so-called aliens. Pardon me, Xenu Cruise.
Tom Cruise sipping on that crazy juice:
Paris claimed a prison conversion of faith, but I am skeptical. Don’t get me wrong, I believe quite a few people when they say they have found God, but Paris’ speech word for word, was already said by someone else before, which makes me doubt her sincerity. That and she’s in a crazy cult, Kabbalah, whose members are sick, demented psychopaths.
This case was a prime example of believing one is above the law and finding out otherwise. If she had been humble and just obeyed the cautions, she would not be Paris Hilton ex-con now.
While, I have nothing against ex-cons, because once you’ve paid your debt to society, that’s it. Ms. Hilton has done other unlawful things that she will be required to legally answer for in a court of law.
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There should be a comprehensive bill to protect the rights of children, especially from negligent parents, or those whom by association, bring destructiveness into their children’s lives.
Some women drink while they are pregnant and as an end result, their child develops Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, an impairment that creates behavioral problems, diminished thinking and mental retardation.
6 week old “normal brain” (left) – 6 week old “Fetal Alcohol Syndrome” brain (right). As you can see, the “Fetal Alcohol Syndrome” brain to the right is much smaller and appears damaged, from the mother’s drinking during pregnancy.
Others expose their children to drugs, alcohol and nightlife for those 18 and over, at an early age as well. 12, 13 and 14 year olds have no business being in adult clubs at night. You are begging for trouble, especially when you grant your permission. That’s called bad parenting. Sometimes kids of the best parentage go astray, but when you encourage it, that’s another story:
Kathy Hilton, pictured above, reportedly allowed her daughter, Paris Hilton, to go to clubs in New York at age 13. Kathy, almost 50, a mother of four, was seen out partying with her daughters at a club, wearing a blatantly see through blouse. No, that’s not dysfunctional or embarrassing at all. Not!
Mrs. Hilton, the man gave you a life of luxury and privilege, which is what you reportedly dreamed of and what your mother trained you to go after to escape poverty. The least you could have done was give him some kids with some sense of moral responsibility, social graces, respect for the law and their fellow man, who earn a respectable living off something that’s not stolen or porn.
Some, claiming their own personal beliefs, deny their children much needed medical attention and treatment from trained specialists and psychologists, in the hopes that no one will realize their child has a learning disability or mental illness.
This is a danger to everyone, the child included, if they lash out publicly, and destroy other lives through fear, violence, intimidation or prostitution.
My mother has worked with the disabled for 10 years and has witnessed many of them make remarkable progress. She has also seen the flip side of what happens through negligence, when children do not get treatment early enough.
John Travolta, pictured above with his son Jett and wife Kelly, has been criticized for denying him treatment for autism, due to his cult Scientology.
Simple tasks that people master in minutes, sometimes takes them years or a lifetime, when they don’t get the proper assistance and additional tutelage they need early in life. No case is hopeless. Progress can always be made.
Several months ago I saw a documentary on autism and the many advances doctors and psychologists have made in the field.
There was a young man who underwent therapy at an early age in which he should have already been able to speak, but was not doing so. After treatment he actual began speaking, where he had not before.
He struggled with some things, but his very noticeable progress was crystal clear. You can barely tell he is autistic now. Specialists in the documentary did stress that the earlier you bring your child in, the more they can do for them.
It is especially sad when celebrities and the wealthy deny their children treatment, that they can so easily afford, due to odd so called religious beliefs or plain embarrassment. It is not God’s wish for you to do this.
You should do what’s best for the child. This isn’t about you. It is about a little individual you are responsible for, who is at a disadvantage due to a developmental disability, that they can receive assistance with to help them. That should be a no-brainer, right. Well, for some parents it is not. They do not seek proper care for their children.
There are millions of mentally and physically disabled people all over the world. Some cases occurred through no fault of the mother, while others occurred due to drinking or drug taking.
However, they aren’t people relegated to backrooms and backdoors. There are many programs out there that can improve their quality of life and mental capacity…but not if their parents don’t place them in said programs.
Where should governments draw the line to protect children’s welfare. Some of the foolishness I have read about in different countries, regarding excuses some parents, both famous and non-famous, have employed, when the government has set aside funds to help kids, is just plain wrong and self-centered.
If parents do not do what is in the best interest of their children’s emotional, physical and mental health, they should be required to answer for it in a court of law, under a comprehensive bill aimed at helping kids, who can’t help themselves.
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