Paris Hilton spent her first day of freedom in the family home in Beverly Hills, receiving visitors and gifts of flowers and balloons.
Getting freed from jail on Tuesday morning June 26th, Paris Hilton spent her first day as a free woman in her family's home in Beverly Hills, spending time with her parents and siblings. "I think she's just excited to be at home and be with her family," Paris' aunt Kyle Richards said.
Besides, "She was looking forward to a long shower and something to eat, and then to bed," a source close to the Hiltons family revealed. "She has been missing her pets a lot. And she loves fast food. She's looking forward to In-N-Out Burger and Taco Bell."
Celebrating her first day of freedom, Paris got pink balloons and a white frosted cake with the words "Welcome Home" written on it delivered to the house. Urban Florists, in addition, also sent her Pink hydrangeas, yellow lilies and pink roses reportedly valued at $200.
Later that day Paris had four bags of Taco Bell food delivery arrived at the mansion and gave it to the gathered media including police officers. It seems the heiress really enjoyed her family time and she wanted everyone to celebrate with her.
What's next for her is having her hair done. Paris is said to have a 9:30 at-home appointment Tuesday morning with DreamCatchers Hair Extensions, who gave her 20 inch-long hair extensions. Let's see how will she look on her Larry King appearance.
Paris walked out of the Century Regional Detention Facility at reportedly 12:15 a.m. (0715 GMT) Tuesday June 26th after serving approximately half of her 45-day sentence for violating her probation in a drink-driving case.