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Nicole Richie's 82 Minutes in Prison

Nicole Richie's 82 Minutes in Prison

The L.A. County Sheriff’s Department released a statement regarding Nicole Richie‘s 82 minutes of a four-day sentence at Lynwood jail for driving under the influence of drugs:

“On August 23 2007, at 3:15 PM Miss Nicole Camille Richie reported to CRDF and surrendered herself following a July 27 arrest, she was sentenced to serve 96 hours in County Jail. Miss Richie was accompanied by her attorney, Shawn Chapman Holley and her boyfriend Joel Madden. Miss Richie was booked and processed into the jail system. Miss Richie was cooperative during the process. Based on her sentence and federal court guidelines, Miss Richie was released at 4:37 PM today.”

Added sheriff’s spokeswoman Kerri Webb, “She was processed into the jail system, she was highly cooperative and she was released.”

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43 Responses to “Nicole Richie's 82 Minutes in Prison”

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  1. 1
    Dina Says:

    first

  2. 2
    shannan Says:

    i really think nicole richie is starting to change her life around for her and her baby

  3. 3
    Gem Says:

    The perks of being famous.. instead of serving her full sentence of 4 days, she serves only 1 hour 22 minutes.

    I doubt any of us “mere mortals” could be so lucky?!?!

  4. 4
    KrungKrung Says:

    that is not fair…

  5. 5
    david Says:

    I doubt anyone is in awe of Nicole Richie’s celebrity. This is how everyone gets sentenced. The good thing about the nicole,paris, lindsay sentencing is that they are opening people’s eyes to how lenient the justice system is.

  6. 6
    suzy Says:

    wow that taught her a lesson!

  7. 7
    Gem Says:

    Yes, I guess nobody was in awe of Paris’ celebrity when she got a reduced sentence from 45 days to 23 days, (that wouldn’t happened to any non-celebrity, we would serve our orginal sentence and that’s that) and also when she was sent home by an officer in less than 4 days of her first sentence of 23 days because of “medical conditions (that wouldn’t happened to one of us non-celebrity’s, medical condition or not… we would not be sent home!.) Yes, I do beleive celebrity’s do get away with more than what any of us could, remember O.J Simpson, he got away with murder?

  8. 8
    Bliss Says:

    So just to recap: 2DUIs (plus a history of drug addiction)= 36 minutes of jail (total 82 minutes in jail facility to process her) AND she still has her license!!

    Wow, and people wonder why there’s so much crime in Cali!

  9. 9
    nicole fan Says:

    I love her always..I’m proud she didn’t go in there whining for mommy like crabfest did.

  10. 10
    betduke Says:

    Completely unbelievable! I’m going to pop some kind of drug and drive the wrong way on some highway too and plead the Richie defense. This crap only happens to celebs. The rest of us would have been beat or shot by the cops let alone sent to jail for much longer sentences. Ass wipes!

  11. 11
    jackie Says:

    What you can get straight is this,,The judge/courts set the sentence and she is serving what she was told to serve. That’s it. She did’nt set her sentence the judge did. My Best to you and your unborn child Nicole.ITA about Paris the spoiled socialite!

  12. 12
    hannah Says:

    Glad to see she is getting this over. Nicole has been release JJ! ITA with jackie.

  13. 13
    hello Says:

    good for her and her baby!

  14. 14
    betty&veronica Says:

    Nicole waz wrong ,she did her assign time.
    It’s done let her live her life. I like her.
    Unlike Lilo who kidnap,is a racist and injure the ‘black’ guys foot as she called him, that’s who should serve serious time.

  15. 15
    taylor Says:

    Of course TM-Sleaze would be there..They stalk her all the time..loosers.Good for you Nicole. Everytime, I log on here I see Parasite boo-hoo face on that foto.

  16. 16
    greta Says:

    Now she can concentrate on her baby fully, and her health.
    I think she is adorable,and she looks healthy.

  17. 17
    JP fan Says:

    Added sheriff’s spokeswoman Kerri Webb, “She was processed into the jail system, she was highly cooperative and she was released.”
    ******
    That sounds like Nic. Whew* I know she was worried. So it can now prayfully only get better for her and her family.

  18. 18
    maria Says:

    wtf! nicole is so dumb man shes preggas and still doing drugs

    can anyone get that dumb??

    she needs to grow up!!
    her baby is gonna die if she keeps on doing **** like this

  19. 19
    Luv JOEL&NIC Says:

    The only person who needs to grow up is #18. Nicole’s baby is goin’ to be a very healthy baby who is much loved already by both parents! Kudos to #11 for explaining the obvious. Need to go to school on blog b**ches, Harvey Levine, PerezH & co.!!!

  20. 20
    Holly Says:

    11 Jackie

    What you can get straight is this,,The judge/courts set the sentence and she is serving what she was told to serve. That’s it. She did’nt set her sentence the judge did.
    _______________
    True, but if it were you or I in her shoes, we would of served the full 96 hour sentence and NOT BE LET GO after 82 minutes. Being who she is had ALOT to do with WHY she only spend 35 minutes in a jail cell and spent the other 47 minutes being booked!

    She could of killed someone driving the wrong way down a highway, and all she got was 82 minutes! But I guess if your rich & famous your allowed to put other citizens at risk and do as you please!

  21. 21
    Jesse Says:

    Just as shocking is her middle name… Camille? Really?

  22. 22
    Luv JOEL&NIC Says:

    #20 Holly : 08/24/2007 at 2:47 am

    Not disputing your facts. However, point still remains that she should not be blamed for time spent or not spent! Blame the system! Rich or not, you DO NOT get charged/sentenced for a crime you “could have” or “would have” committed except in a Tom Cruise’s movie. Those really ticked off about it (especially the hot-shot gossip lawyer!) should work on getting the laws changed instead of all this hatin’ at blog sites!

  23. 23
    remember da truth Says:

    I know people arrested on DUI, sentenced to 10 days, and gone home after one night. It is NOT just celebs — it happens ALL THE TIME. The idea is to keep the jails from overcrowding and if it is a case where the person seems to have figured out that they screwed up, and not a chronic case, they let them go. The process of having it on your record is the main part. That’s why they processed her, then sent her home.

    Stop whining over celeb treatment. It was Paris, who continually violated after only getting probation — no jail sentence — and STILL acted like it was the judge’s fault, like her mother taught her to do and acted like herself, that got a celeb-style jail sentence. Even hers was reduced almost to half. Nicole has shown she has the maturity to accept her sentence and knows what she did was wrong.

    Nicole has shown a different attitude than paris right from the start. She NEVER denied anything, and in fact took responsibility right away and admitted what she had done. Smoking pot does NOT show up on a Breathalyzer. She didn’t have to admit that. She didn’t have to apologize and cooperate and willingly do her time. She could have cried and whined that it wasn’t FAIR that she was treated like everyone else like Paris did.

    But no. That’s not Nicole’s style. She’s a real person, and acts with class and dignity and maturity and that is part of why the system realized it was better to process her and get her record showing a jail sentence and then send her home than to keep her in jail. Nicole has learned her lesson.

  24. 24
    ni Says:

    Actually, plenty of people get treated just this way. people are released early, mere mortal people, yep it’s true. But the common sheep believe everything they hear, So the media says she gets special treatment, therefore, it must be true

  25. 25
    Sara Says:

    82 minutes!! is that a joke?

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