An Open Letter From Paris Hilton's Friend, Jennifer Rovero

I have been reading Celebs news and I came across at HollyScope and read this Open letter from Paris' Friend.

Here's the content of the letter addressed to the media as a whole:

I would like to address the media regarding one of my dearest friends, Paris Hilton. I have been by her side up until she turned herself over to authorities and the last 24 hours since being put on probation. I was also in the courtroom [yesterday] and saw a judge hand down a sentence that NO ONE in an even remotely similar position would receive!

Sheriff Baca is coming from a place of knowledge with regard to his prisons and his prisoners well-being. We should trust in him. He is a stand up man who was voted into office. He was not being generous. He was being practical and just, and speaking from years of experience on the front lines of L.A. justice. It's clear as day that her stay has impacted her greatly.

She is a forever changed woman.

The MTV Movie Awards was merely a diversion to be able to surrender in privacy and not stir up any commotion. PERIOD. Jail was on her mind, NOT a celebration!

Also, I would like to set the record straight that there was no party in motion for this weekend. When she was released she was still very upset, to the point of being physically ill -- and partying was the furthest thing from her mind. She is a loving and sweet soul with a big heart whose character has been misjudged because she was born into a family of wealth and, yes privilege. Now, I ask you to please stop for a moment and try to analyze why it is that you are so troubled by her?

Surely there is a more just way that she can atone for what she has done and not for who she is.

Jennifer Rovero


Ronnie Ann said...

Hi! Jennifer Rovero talks about ways for Paris to atone and it sounds like she really means it. I just suggested something on my blog that might help her do just that. If anyone is interested just click on my name. Thanks.

Publia said...

Glad Paris has such a supportive friend, and hope she visits her in jail. Too bad she doesn't get the point that driving under the influence of alcohol/drugs is illegal--nor did Paris, apparently. Further too bad that she doesn't get the point that once Paris' license was suspended, it's also a criminal offense to drive without a license and was caught not once, but twice. It's not credible that Paris was caught every time she drove, so she probably never stopped driving. Now that the whole thing has caught up with her, I can't imagine she will ever figure out why she was in jail in the first place. Woulda thought she could have hired a driver . . .

Rob said...

Correct, but she doesn't want a driver to drive for her, because she cannot do the things she always did in her car with the guys. Maybe a camera man to record her saxcapade but not a driver.

Anyway, now that she is in jail, I hope she really can reflect what her life was.