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Paris Could Be Your Cell Mate
We won't say one way or the other whether we think Paris should spend 45 days in the slammer, but LA-based jewelry designer Red Freckles definitely thinks Paris got a raw deal. In support of the pink princess, Red Freckles created a hot pink bracelet called Paris is My Cell Mate "because she is a loyal customer, she’s always been nice to me, she’s a nice girl, people don’t give her enough credit."
Of course, we still ell-oh-vee-ee the list of products that Red Freckles thinks Paris will need when she does sashay into that concrete castle. No black and white striped silk pajamas, though.
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