She's going to be released from prison by next week, but Paris Hilton already faces a new problem just now that her LA neighbors are looking forward to have her removed from her Hollywood Hills home.
Christopher Hauck and Anne Goursaud, residents of the neighborhood, tried to encourage the other residents to have Paris removed from the neighborhood. They, moreover, distributed leaflets that read, "Since the arrival of Paris Hilton to our neighborhood, we have seen our quality of life deteriorate. Last week was intolerable. We feel we need to take a united stand. The circus will resume when she exits jail."
Urged residents to contact the police and their city councilman, Hauck and Goursaud also say they are considering hiring a lawyer.
Explaining on that matter, Los Angeles City Councilman Jack Weiss' media liaison officer Lisa Hansen said, "When Ms. Hilton was released we had more than 50 formal complaints filed about the helicopter noise and the street being too narrow and crowded with people. At this time the councilman is working to develop a specific plan to reduce the impact once Ms. Hilton is out. This will be out in the next week or so."
"Unfortunately the biggest complaint is the helicopters and it looks at this point there is little we can do about them. We are looking at ensuring access to the neighborhood just for the residents. At this point, we are trying to see how we can keep the street open and minimize the crowds to help out the residents. This is the plan so far," Hansen continued.
Paris was sent back from the medical wing of the Twin Towers Correctional Facility in Los Angeles to the Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood as soon as her condition was declared stable. She's expected to be released from the facility Monday June 25th due to good behavior.