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Japan just says no to Paris Hilton and her drug conviction


Paris-hilton-narita2 Paris Hilton is on her way home from Japan after being denied entry because of her guilty pleas to drug-possession charges in Las Vegas on Monday. Hilton was questioned for about six hours over two days, an immigration official said.

"About to take off. Going home now," she tweeted just after midnight Los Angeles time. "So dissappointed to miss my fans in Asia. I promise to come back soon. I love you all! Love Paris xoxo."

Hilton's rep said the socialite was "forced to postpone" a business tour through Asia that included stops in Tokyo, Jakarta and Kuala Lumpur. Paris never made it out of Narita, Japan, where she spent the night in an airport hotel. She was supposed to appear Wednesday at a fashion show in Tokyo's trendy Roppongi district, but the event was canceled.

Paris and her sister, Nicky Hilton, had arrived on a chartered jet that left the U.S. on Monday.


Paris Hilton cuts a deal in felony drug possession case

Report: Immigation officials stop Paris Hilton entering Japan

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-- Christie D'Zurilla

The Associated Press and Reuters contributed to this report.

Photos: Paris Hilton arrives Wednesday at the departure lounge at Japan's Narita International Airport, where media were waiting. Credits: Toru Hanai / Reuters, top; Shuji Kajiyama / Associated Press, left

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Too bad we can't deny her re-entry into this country for the same reason.

How can Japan, a country that deified the some of the most henious war criminals/mass murderers of WW II in their sacred Yasukuni temple, a country that sells video games about kidnapping and raping young girls, a country where women have to ride in women only trains, because they won't stop the men from groping them, a country that imports prostitutes from all over asia, and a country that can not separate their gangsters from their bankers from their Diet members be concerned about Paris Hilton? What damage can she do to such a diseased culture?

Paris needs to learn that the world is not going to give her everything she wants. Good job Japan.

Japan is right to send a message to their teens that drugs are for LOSERS...and won't get you anywhere.

Good for Japan!!! It is great to see a mega-country like Japan, full of culture, tradition, and family values that spans across thousands of years, take a stand against drug use...regardless of how rich or white the person may be. KUDOS JAPAN...AMERICA...take notes!!!

Is there another country called Japan or are Justice, Mr. Pibb, and p10 high on crack?

Bravo Japan! Europe, take a lesson.

That's awesome. Paris and her ilk need to suffer consequences for their actions.


I'm sure your "fans" in Japan will survive without you Paris.

Japan's intentional homicide rate is only 8.8% of the US rate.

Intentional homicide rate (per 100,000 population).
US: 5 (2009)
Japan: 0.44 (2006)

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_murder_rate

They must be doing something right over there.

Can we keep her out of the US as well?

Fred: "What damage can she do to such a diseased culture?"


She showed up.

Japan was just scared of catching an STD.

THe public is so over Paris and her parties....she needs to realize that in the real world there is alot of suffering...if she was black and poor she would have been in jail by now.

I am waiting for news that her grandfather has finally taken away the remaining portion of her inheritance. Japan is an evil country... just ask the whales and dolphins... but today they earned my respect.

Paris certainly wins the crown for Queen of Denial
In addiction circles three things are promised if one continues to use

Well, I applaud Japan on demonstrating that they actually know right from wrong. And that as officials actually DO know right from wrong, it would seem that they are responsible when they actually wish to be.

Paris Hilton, although believing herself to be her own enigma, has to be set right, unfortunately, by others.

To that end, the Japanese can set precedents. They could set a precedent and change their position on whales.

That is my point. When Japan wants to be right, Japan can be right. Japanese officials have proved this in the last week.

Yeah, it takes guts and integrity. It is also the strength that is gained when you know you are wrong and then go ahead and admit it. It towers that nation above all others.

And so I say the Japanese should take a look at the issues concerning whales. It is actually all trumped up through loopholes of “scientific research” and that these creatures are just “fish” or food. There may have been an issue of food during the war seventy years ago. But the war is over. Just look at aerial photos of Hiroshima and Nagasaki now.

Just those pictures show incredible change and strength.

It is what we need from Japan now. It’s what our friends, the whales, need too.


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