Paris Hilton definitely tried her best to bury the affair in a jiffy by signing an insanely costly plea deal, but the after effects of her Las Vegas cocaine bust might make things worse for her. In the latest, the socialite’s business trip to Japan was cut short by immigration officials at Tokyo’s Narita airport who are considering refusing her entry into the country because of the drug charges and sentence.
After pleading guilty Monday to two misdemeanors in her cocaine case, the heiress flew to Japan for a business trip but was stopped by immigration officials at Tokyo’s Narita airport, according to local reports. Authorities were considering refusing Hilton, 29, entry into the country because of the drug charges and sentence, which includes a year of probation, $2,000 fine and completion of a substance-abuse program, Jiji news agency reports. Hilton has reportedly been staying at an airport hotel while the matter is resolved.
It’s too early to comment anything on this nightmare because the matter is still being sorted out and there are chances that this jolt could actually act as an eye-opener for Paris and make her strong enough to stay out of trouble for the next twelve months. I wish her all the best.