June 11, 2007 03:16:02 GMT
Nicky Hilton visited sister Paris in jail on Sunday June 10th with the companion of Paris' former boyfriend Stavros Niarchos.
Sundays and Tuesdays are visitation days for female inmates at the Twin Towers jail in downtown Los Angeles, and Paris Hilton made use those days the best way she could. On Sunday June 10th she chose sister Nicky Hilton and former boyfriend, Greek shipping heir Stavros Niarchos to meet with.
Upon their arrival, the jail officers had the other inmates in the crowded visiting area pushed aside so that the heiress cold have more privacy. Nicky had little to say to reporters and paparazzi as she's leaving the slammer. She was overheard telling sister Paris to "be strong".
Besides Nicky and Stavros, journalist Barbara Walters of "The View" also talked with Paris during the day. No details on their meeting being made public though. Can only have two visitors a day for a half-hour Paris will have her parents, Kathy Richards and Rick Hilton, visiting her on Tuesday June 12th.
Meanwhile, Paris has on Saturday June 9th ordered her attorney not to appeal her sentence, released a statement saying, "Today I told my attorneys not to appeal the judge's decision. While I greatly appreciate the Sheriff's concern for my health and welfare, after meeting with doctors I intend to serve my time as ordered by the judge."
"This is by far the hardest thing I have ever done. During the past several days, I have had a lot of time to reflect and have already learned a bitter, but important lesson from this experience", she went on saying. "As I have said before, I hope others will learn from my mistake. I have also had time to read the mail from my fans. I very much appreciate all of their good wishes and hope they will keep their letters coming."
Further she added, "I must also say that I was shocked to see all of the attention devoted to the amount of time I would spend in jail for what I had done by the media, public and city officials. I would hope going forward that the public and the media will focus on more important things, like the men and women serving our country in Iraq, Afghanistan and other places around the world".