Friday, June 22, 2007

Paris Hilton's Neighbors Prepare For Release

Paris Hilton's West Hollywood neighbors are bracing themselves for a media circus when the heiress is released from jail.

The socialite is currently serving time at the Century Regional Detention Center in Lynwood, California for a parole violation, but is expected to be released for good behavior on 25 June (07).

But her neighbors, who have filed more than 50 complaints about noise and press obstruction to their homes since Hilton was incarcerated, are worried the media will disturb their peace even more on her return.

A spokeswoman for the LAPD, Department of Transportation and Department of Street Services, tells the New York Daily News, "There are no plans to force her out of her home but action is being taken to minimize the annoyance of other occupants."

She adds "Most (complaints) concerned noise from the five helicopters that handled the live coverage of her one day at home. Other issues involved overcrowding and space issues, because the street is very narrow, doesn't have sidewalks and has no parking."

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