Counting down her final hours before being released from the prison, Paris Hilton already has a very big plan on her mind. The socialite reportedly is planning to set up a home for newly released inmates and already spoke to jail doctors and officials about that.
The heiress, who's going to be set free from California's Century Regional Detention Center in Lynwood Tuesday June 26th, explained to E! News's Ryan Seacrest, "I'm lucky enough that when I leave prison I have a home to go to and a family that loves me. A lot of girls in here don't have that option. They go back to the streets. I want to help build a transitional home so that when inmates leave here they have somewhere to go. These women just keep coming back because they have no home to go to."
Further Paris explained that the "transitional home" "will be a place for them to go get food, clothes and get them up on their feet, especially the mothers. It's just a really bad cycle. If we stop it now, we can make our community a better place."
Besides the "transitional home" project, Paris also revealed her intention to cut ties her relationship with people who bring bad influence toward her, saying "I think there are a lot of bad people that I was around. I don't want to surround myself with those types anymore."
Meanwhile, paparazzi and TV networks are all gathering outside jail, waiting for Paris' first look as free woman.