Was said to be "very upset and very disappointed" in his brother, Barron Nicholas Hilton, who was arrested for an alleged DUI, Paris Hilton finally broke her silence on the unfortunate.
Paris, who was on her way to Vegas when she found out about Barron's run in with the law, commented "I am sad for my little brother. I hear he is doing OK. I am there for him and will be speaking to him in an hour or so, hopefully, to lend my support."
TMZ who was the first to bring Barron's arrest to the surface reported that Paris refused to bail her younger brother out of jail, telling him "You're going to learn your lesson." Then called his friends for some help, Barron had them come to bail him out with only with $2,000 cash, expecting to get him out of the joint.
It, nevertheless, didn't work for the Sheriff didn't provide discounts. That being so they looked for a bail bondsman to help them out with the rest of the money.
Meanwhile, it's been reported that Barron has been released from jail. The 18-years-old Hilton walked out of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department's Malibu station at around 5:50 P.M. PT Tuesday, February 12 after posting a $20,000 bail soon following his arrest.