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Do You Want to See Paris Hilton go to Jail?

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This summer could be a bummer for LA's biggest celebrity.

Paris Hilton pleaded no contest (guilty) to alcohol-related reckless driving in September and she got probation. In late February she got caught speeding down Sunset Blvd. with her lights off. It was the second time she had been stopped while driving with a suspended license.

Violating such a probation as the one she agreed to was served could amount to 45 days in the hole.

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Even though Paris found herself in some foreign situations while she and Nicole Richie were taping "The Simple Life", unless she can get away with paying the $82-a-night iJail (because they allegedly let you have an iPod), if things go wrong for Ms. Hilton tomorrow when she meets the judge, this might be a summer she won't ever forget.

And certainly a one-up on Britney who seems to be hogging all the headlines lately.

AP photo by Chris Pizzello