With her medical condition now declared stable, Paris Hilton has on late Wednesday June 13th been sent back to the Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood and placed in the medical unit there.
"Her condition is stable" but she will continue to be monitored, Sheriff's Department spokesman Steve Whitmore confirmed Thursday June 14th. And the heiress will, as her condition gets better, return to the jail's special needs unit and be released June 25th.
Paris was sentenced to 45 days in jail for violating probation in a drunken-driving case by driving on a suspended license. Her term later on was cut to 23 days only, thanks to her good behavior.
Began serving her jail sentence on June 3rd, Paris was released on June 7th for medical reason and ordered to do the rest of her sentence in home confinement, been fitted with an ankle bracelet which will be used to keep track of her whereabouts. No details being released on her condition at that time, but it was widely believed that the socialite suffered panic attacks when confined to a small space.
Sad to say, her freedom was short-lived as she was ordered back to jail on June 8th, just one day after enjoying her freedom.