Paris Hilton is dealing with legal law, again. The socialite was on Tuesday April 17th ordered to attend a May 4th hearing for allegedly violating her probation.
The hotel heiress pleaded no contest to drink driving charges back in January stemming from a September 2006 arrest in Hollywood. She was instead sentenced to 36 months probation and instructed to attend an alcohol education program while also was ordered to pay $1,500 in fines.
Paris then again ticketed on Feb 28th for misdemeanor driving with a suspended license after police pulled over her car for speeding with headlights turned off.
If convicted of violating her probation order, Paris could be jailed for up to 90 days. Keep it here to know the final decision of the case.